“I Will” (星愿) is the titular track off of Zhang Liyin’s first full album, I Will. The song is an original song with two language version: Korean and Mandarin Chinese. The former was listed as a bonus track to the Korean edition of the album, but it was never promoted. You can find the Korean lyrics here on our website.
“I Will” was promoted throughout 2008, and remains to be one of Liyin’s most well-known singles. Until 2014, it was part of her arsenal of songs she would perform at events.
“First Love” (初恋) is the second track off of Zhang Liyin’s first album, I Will. It was never performed live.
“One More Try” is a dance pop song off of Zhang Liyin’s first album, I Will. The song was part of her album promotion cycle in 2008. She also performed it at a SMTOWN concert held in Bangkok during February 2009.
The lyrics to “One More Try” were co-written by Zhang Liyin herself, and the song was promoted as encouragement song for the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
“After” (後) is a mid-tempo R&B song from Zhang Liyin’s 2008 Chinese album, I Will. This song was never performed live.
“Perfect Love” (纯真的爱) is one of four collaboration songs on Zhang Liyin’s first Chinese album, I Will. It features her childhood friend, Song Bingyang, as her duet partner. Bingyang has since left SM Entertainment, and made his debut in China as a male soloist.
“The Left Shore of Happiness” (幸福的左岸) is the Chinese adaptation of the Korean original called “Lovers” (연인이여). Both are sung by Zhang Liyin. The Korean original was released on the soundtrack for Korean drama, Oh…
“Y (Why…)” was released on September 8th, 2006 as part of Zhang Liyin’s debut single. It received two different music videos: The original featuring Liyin singing on a stage, and a second that was released early 2007 to collide with her promotion activities of the song. The second video documented Liyin’s promotional activities of her single “Timeless” with then TVXQ member, Xiah Junsu. Both videos were in Korean.
As part of Liyin’s debut single “Timeless, “Y (Why…)” was released on both the Korean and ‘Asia Special’ single editions. The Korean edition of the single listed the Korean version of “Y (Why…)” only, while the ‘Asia Special’ edition listed both Korean and Mandarin versions.