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Somewhere Only We Know (2014 Le Grand Journal Live)
01. I jumped to my feet, completely thunderstruck[ˈθʌndəstrʌk]. I blinked my eyes hard. I looked carefully all around me.
jump to one's feet跳起来; be thunderstruck大吃一惊; 愣住了; blink one's eyes 眨眼睛
02. He tossed[tɒst] his head gently, without taking his eyes from my plane.
toss his head摇头; without taking one's eyes from...注视着...
03. This man was so much occupied that he did not even raise his head at the little prince's arrival.
raise one's head 抬头
04. "Forget that I am ashamed," the tippler confessed[kənˈfest]承认, hanging his head.
hang one's head低着头
05. Then he mopped his forehead with a handkerchief decorated with red squares.
06. In the moonlight I looked at his pale forehead, his closed eyes, his locks of hair that trembled in the wind.
locks of hair 绺(头发) She brushed a lock of hair off his forehead. 她撩开他脑门上的一绺头发。
07. It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.
08. "But the eyes are blind. One must look with the heart..."
09. He looked at me very gravely, and put his arms around my neck. I felt his heart beating like the heart of a dying bird, shot with someone's rifle.
look at sb gravely严肃地看着...; put one's arms around one's neck搂着某人的脖子
10. turn around to give one more glance to...
11. The little prince sat down on a stone, and raised his eyes toward the sky.
12. The little prince gazed at him for a long time.
13. Without saying anything more, I looked across the ridges of sand that were stretched out before us in the moonlight.
14. I realised clearly that something extraordinary was happening. I was holding him close in my arms as if he were a little child.
hold sb close in one's arms拥抱某人
15. And he gave me a sad smile.
16. I could not bear the thought of never hearing that laughter any more. For me, it was like a spring of fresh water in the desert.
17. He stared at me, thunderstruck.
18. I took him in my arms, and rocked him.
take sb in one's arms 拥抱某人
19. I dropped my eyes to the foot of the wall-- and I leaped into the air. There before me, facing the little prince, was one of those yellow snakes that take just thirty seconds to bring your life to an end. Even as I was digging into my pocket to get out my revolver I made a running step back.
leap into the air 纵身一跃; dig into my pomake a running step back 向后退了一步
20. When I came back from my work, the next evening, I saw from some distance away my little prince sitting on top of a wall, with his feet dangling[ˈdæŋɡlɪŋ].
21. shrug one's shoulders slightly
22. walk along with a quick and resolute step
23. When we had trudged[trʌdʒ] along for several hours, in silence, the darkness fell, and the stars began to come out. Thirst had made me a little feverish焦虑不安的, and I looked at them as if I were in a dream. The little prince's last words came reeling[riːl]摇摇晃晃地挪动 back into my memory:
We had to trudge up the track back to the station. (步履沉重地走) 我们不得不沿路艰难地走回车站。
24. And he took me by the hand
25. He remained motionless for an instant.
26. As the little prince dropped off to sleep, I took him in my arms and set out walking once more. I felt deeply moved, and stirred.
drop off to sleep 打瞌睡; take sb in one's arms拥抱；feel moved and stirred感动
27. I reached the wall just in time to catch my little man in my arms; his face was white as snow.
just in time to do sth 正好赶上
28. I pondered[ˈpɒndəd] deeply over the adventures of the jungle.
ponder over...琢磨 She pondered over his words. 她反复琢磨他的话。
29. After a reflective silence he answered.
after a reflective silence经过深思熟虑的沉默; After hearing the news they sat in a quiet, reflective silence. 听到这消息后，他们静静地坐着思考。
30. There was a moment of complete silence.
31. Again the little prince disturbed my thoughts.
32. By this time my patience was exhausted, because I was in a hurry to start taking my engine apart.
patience was exhausted 没有耐性; in a hurry to do sth 急着去做...
33. And the little prince broke into a lovely peal [piːl] of laughter, which irritated me very much.
break into a peal of laughter 突然爆发出一阵笑声
34. The little prince asked me abruptly as if seized by a grave[ɡreɪv] doubt.
be seized by a grave doubt 感到非常疑惑
35. He could not say anything more. His words were choked by sobbing.
words were choked by sobbing 哭得说不出话来。
36. I did not know what to say to him. I felt awkward and blundering [ˈblʌndərɪŋ].
feel awkward and blundering 感到尴尬又愚笨
37. And when he watered the flower for the last time, and prepared to place her under the shelter of her glass globe玻璃泡, he realised that he was very close to tears.
be close to tears 快要哭了
38. He stood there all bewildered[bɪˈwɪldəd].
look bewildered 看起来困惑不解的;不知所措的
39. The geographer was suddenly stirred to excitement.
be stirred to excitement 突然激动忙乱起来
40. And he was overcome with sadness.
be overcome with sadness感到伤心
41. The little prince sat down on the table and panted[pænt]a little.
pant vi 气喘吁吁 He found her panting for breath at the top of the hill.上到山顶他发现她上气不接下气。
42. And he lay down in the grass and cried.
43. And once again, without understanding why, I had a queer sense of sorrow. One question, however, occurred to me.
44. So he remained standing upright, and, since he was tired, he yawned.
45. I made a gesture of weariness[ˈwɪərinəs].
46. "That frightens me... I cannot, any more..." murmured the little prince, completely abashed[əˈbæʃt].
47. "May I sit down?" came a timid inquiry[ɪnˈkwaɪəri] from the little prince.
48. After five minutes of this exercise the little prince grew tired of...
after five minutes of sth...做...几分钟以后；grow tired of...感到厌倦
49. And the little prince went away, puzzled.
50. He breathed a sigh of regret, and said to himself again.
breathe a sigh of regret 叹息一声
51. He plucked[plʌkt] up his courage to ask the king a favor.
pluck up one's courage to do sth 鼓起勇气做...
52. As the king made no answer, the little prince hesitated a moment. Then, with a sigh, he took his leave.
make no answer没有回答; take one's leave 离开
53. But after some thought, he added.
54. He was tired. He sat down. I sat down beside him. And, after a little silence, he spoke again, "The stars are beautiful, because of a flower that cannot be seen."
55. After a silence the little prince spoke again.
56. But he did not answer my plea[pliː].
57. The businessman opened his mouth, but he found nothing to say in answer. And the little prince went away.
58. It was then that the fox appeared.
59. A brilliantly lighted express train rushed by with a roar like thunder.
60. And they heard the roaring thunder of ...
61. The song of the pulley was still in my ears, and I could see the sunlight shimmer[ˈʃɪmə(r)]闪烁 in the still trembling water.
62. When I was a little boy, the lights of the Christmas tree, the music of the Midnight Mass, the tenderness of smiling faces, used to make up the radiance[ˈreɪdiəns] of the gifts I received.