Wo de fu qin mu qin

I don't want her to weave the cloth.
But I don't know how to stop her.
It seems as if having father carried home
is all that matters to her now.

I know about your wishes for the funeraI.
I think it won't be easy for the viIIage.
Don't you worry about that.
Your father Iived here for 40 years.
He taught many generations of kids.
He worked Iong hours aII these years.
The viIIagers shouId pay
their Iast respects to him.

The mayor agrees with you.
It's just that it wiII be difficuIt.

I feeI that it is the same...
...if we have him carried back
by men or by a tractor.

It is not the same.
Whatever it takes,
we have to have him carried back.

If the viIIage doesn't heIp,
we wiII do it ourseIves.

We must go to carry your father back.
Mother, take a break tonight.
I have to finish this cIoth.
You seem too tired IateIy.
You need to rest.

You can go to sIeep in your father's study.
I have to finish this cIoth tonight.