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Q: what does this sentence in mandarin mean?

就不喜欢挺伤感的歌曲,好像又回到了那年、那月、那天、那人的那个场景!这样的场景会不会在未来的某年、某月、某天、某个地点上映,她身边可能还有某个人——《好久不见》

Google translate is very confusing.

Just wondering if anyone can shed some light on it...

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8 years 11 weeks ago in  General  - Beijing

 
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I don't like songs that are quite sad, because they make me feel as if I've been brought back to that year, that day, that month, that event. Will this type of scene, in some future day, month or year, in some place, occur, seeing some person person beside her - "Long Time No See"

More normal, less literal: I hate sad songs, because because they bring back that memory. Will something else like that happen again, seeing her still with that other man?

It sounds like a breakup, she moved on, he didn't.

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are you chinese? thanks Smile

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