‘Don’t Break My Heart’ – Faye Wong Video

Here’s a rare video of Faye Wong (王菲) singing — and Dou Wei (窦唯) playing the drums for — “Don’t Break My Heart” at the Tokyo Budokan concert on March 11-12, 1999. This was the Japan leg of the HK Scenic Tour 98-99 concert series. For a related post, click here. At this concert, Faye also sang Queen’s 1975 hit “Bohemian Rhapsody” (click here for a related post).

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4 Responses

  1. This is a great song in any language. LOve iT

  2. Great clip. Love her look, very fresh and simple. Bit of a strip tease there! ahaha and I love how she’s just relaxed and belting it out, like a true rock chick, if only there was more head banging! ahaha. I reckon Faye does great rock songs, it suits her!

    I wonder if Dou Wei was jealous, playing drums for his wife, kinda second fiddle, and singing HIS song, possibly Faye doing a better job than him at it (my opinion)… must be hard to be the “man behind a successful woman”, especially for real chinese men (just my opinion, don’t get offended)!

  3. I just can’t get enough of this woman. What gets me is she is so genuine and true. I wish I had her strength.

    She has so many great songs it is a real pleasure to have her in my life. I wish I could understand the language but the music is in my heart and that is all that seems to matter.

    And as far as all this noise about her returning, well…it is her life and whatever she decides to do is all right with me. I wish I could meet her. I really need a friend. We could be friends.

  4. hey any idea where i can get this song?Which DVD or CD from which album?

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