Wu-jiang da-ju: Don't Walk Beside the Big Carriage

Don't walk beside the big carriage,
you'll only get yourself dusty.
Don't brood on a hundred worries,
you'll only make yourself sick.

Don't walk beside the big carriage,
the dust will blacken and blind you.
Don't brood on a hundred worries,
you'll never reach a brighter land.

Don't walk beside the big carriage,
the dust will swallow you up
Don't brood on a hundred worries,
you'll only weigh yourself down.
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