(Transformation of Wild Silkworm
Lyrics: Jimmy Lo
Melody: Michael Lai Siu-tin
Sung by Michael Kwan)
(Walking up the mountain slope, there is always greater height.
Fate grins, forewarns a dead end.
The clouds float around to issue a warning.
Disregard, I walk and hold my head high.)
(Knowing this mountain is full of fierce tigers,
But cowards are no heroes; I simply refuse to halt my steps.
Indifferently looking at the pathway full of sweat and blood:
I knew solitude is my predestined fate.
I feel stronger arrogance when the bright moon shines on the mound.)
拋開愛慕 飽遭煎熬 早知代價高
絲方吐盡 繭中天蠶 必須破籠牢
(Forget about intimacy, I’m willing to suffer,
for I knew the price is hefty.
Finished spinning its silk,
a wild silkworm trapped in its own cocoon
has to break the shackles.)
(A triumphant hero my whole life, I do not believe in destiny.
I take more pride in riding the wave.
Shrug the tears and shoulder the anger.
I’ll climb the steep peak and reach greater height.)