Greeting from Sg Siput

走在铁路旁
我背着吉他

芦花低头笑呀

青蛙抬头望

一句一句和呀

一声一声唱

蜗牛慢吞吞呀

漫步夕阳下

走在铁路旁

我弹着吉他

老牛对我望呀

和风来作伴

一步一步走呀

一声一声唱

炊烟多潇洒呀

陪我走回家

蜗牛慢吞吞呀

漫步夕阳

I’ll just have to borrow a guitar somewhere then I think I can really make another MTV for this song sung by 锦绣二重唱.

If I stay put and don’t do anything recklessly which will have a great impact on my countable wealth, I’ll have endless walk along the tracks for at least 3 years.

I’ve been expelled to this small little town which is notorious for Samy Vellu since May 6th to work on a brand new project.

The following is to embrace the challenges thrown by both Sue and Casey:-

I’ve moved on to work on a RM12.4bil project which is claimed to be the largest infrastructure project in Malaysia so far. I think my boss’s putting certain level of expectation on me as he’s sending me to be the sole representative for my department.

So, friends, feel free to pay me a visit if you all do pass by, I heard the 烧肉 here is damn nice!

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4 Responses to “Greeting from Sg Siput”


  1. 1 sc May 13, 2008 at 11:49 pm

    ei.. that\’s his challenge only hor.. not mine!  please dun do mine =P

  2. 2 Hui Leang May 14, 2008 at 9:47 pm

    Dropping in Penang anytime?

  3. 3 Cheah May 14, 2008 at 11:51 pm

    Does this have anything to do with the RM1.2bil electrified Ipoh-Padang Besar double railway track project?

  4. 4 samantha May 16, 2008 at 7:36 am

    sue: u did mention double-challenge me, hehe =p
    leang: would love to if i have the time. working 6 full days a week, maybe a 1.5-day trip =)
    liewei: it\’s RM12.4bil! haha… i\’m working on the project


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