Moving On (Zhang Liyin song)

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"Moving On"
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Single by Zhang Liyin
Released October 29, 2009
Format CD single, digital download
Recorded 2009
Genre Pop, R&B
Label S. M. Entertainment, Avex Asia
Producer(s) Lee Soo Man
Zhang Liyin singles chronology
"'I Will'"
(2008)
"Moving On"
(2009)
"'Agape'"
(2014)

I Will
(2008)
"Moving On"
(2009)
Agape
(2014)

"Moving On" is Zhang Liyin's first Chinese single (second overall), released on October 29, 2009. The title song is a remake of Ana Bárbara's "Deja", originally recorded in 2003; while "Love Me" is a remake of a song called "Baila". "Moving On" was released in South Korea on October 30, 2009 in both physical and digital formats.

Song information[edit]

Written by Chinese singer, Zhou Weijie,[1] "Moving On" is a bittersweet song that speaks about a couple who has just broken up. The writer reflects on the past, referring to their happy memories as "sunny days" and the days after the breakup as "rainy days". Its melody is based on the original Latin tune, but re-arranged by well-known Korean composer, Kenzie.

Composed by a long list of composers (Brandon Fraley, Jamelle Fraley, Victor Oquenda, Javier Solis),[1] "Love Me" is an upbeat dance track with lyricist written by Huang Zuyin,[1] a famous lyricist who has written songs for Taiwanese groups like Fahrenheit and S.H.E. The song features a rap by Super Junior-M member, Henry.

"Moving On" music video[edit]

The MV was filmed in the late summer of 2009 at a hotel resort in Jeju Island, Korea. It took two days to film the entirety of the music video; one day to film the scenes for the story line, and another to film the stand-in scenes with Zhang singing. The video received a mostly negative response from fans, despite it being Zhang's first starring role since her appearance in "Y (Why...)". Fans criticized it being merely a slideshow, feeling misled by the MV teaser that was released a week before the full MV.

Reflective of the song's lyrics, Zhang stars in the music video alongside Super Junior member, Donghae. Together, they portray a couple who is about the break-up. The video starts off with the "sunny days" of the relationship, gradually leading to display the "rainy days" of the relationship after Donghae announces his departure from the relationship. It ends with a bittersweet scene from Zhang's memory when they were at the beach together.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleTranslationLength
1."晴天, 雨天"Moving On3:52
2."愛我" (feat. Henry of Super Junior-M)Love Me3:33
3."晴天, 雨天" (instrumental)Moving On3:50

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "2nd Single Album Track List". Zhang Li Yin Official Website (in Chinese). 2009-10-30. Archived from the original on 25 February 2012. Retrieved 3 November 2016. 

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