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“Heavenly Road”
By Han Hong

Lyrics: Qu Yuan
Composer: Yin Qing
Executive Producer: Lang Kun
Chief Producer: Xue Fangfang
Producer: Xu Tiemin
Director: Jiang Tao

At dawn, I stand in green pastures
I see a condor, bathed in the glowing morning light
Like a lucky cloud soaring through the sky
It brings good fortune to the sons and daughters of Tibet

At dusk, I stand atop the tall hills
Longing for that railway to reach my hometown
Like a giant dragon winding through the mountains and over the peaks
It brings prosperity to the Land of Snows

Ah, how mysterious, that Heavenly Road...
Bringing humanity’s warmth to the borderlands
From now on, the mountains are no longer too high nor are the roads too long
Sons and daughters of all ethnicities gather as one

At dusk, I stand atop the tall hills
Longing for that railway to reach my hometown
Like a giant dragon winding through the mountains and over the peaks
It brings prosperity to the Land of Snows

Ah, how mysterious, that Heavenly Road...
Transporting us to an earthly paradise
Barley wine and butter tea taste all the more sweet
Songs of joy spread throughout the land

Ah, how mysterious, that Heavenly Road...
Transporting us to an earthly paradise
Barley wine and butter tea taste all the more sweet
Songs of joy spread throughout the land
Songs of joy spread throughout the land

[Translation by High Peaks Pure Earth]

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