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23 April

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Someone said to me ''In English-speaking countries like the US, we don't say "you are as beautiful as the blue sky". We usually say "You're as beautiful as the starry sky" but we don't compare person to the blue sky''.
I'm translating the lyrics of a Japanese song into English, and since the original lyrics say "You are as beautiful as the blue sky", I can't change it. Is this expression so strange?

Sorry for my poor English...

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