Paul Robeson (1898-1976) once recorded a Chinese song called "In a Place Far Far Away" ("Zai Na Yaoyuan De Difang"). This is a timeless classic folk song written by Wang Luo-Bin about 80 years ago in northwest China (as inspired by a Kazakh folk song). The Chinese lyrics and a different translation are found here.
Could someone please help to identify the last 3 words in Robeson's version of the English lyrics? I think it's "your wasteful glance". But I am not sure. Thanks in advance!
Please find his version here.
In a place far far away,
lives a lovely lass.
Those who walk past her tent,
cast back in your wasteful glance[?].