Ayâ'ña kî'lsLa-i ga'ña (four times).
Be careful of | chief | my own.
Say, | stop | biting.
DAñ si-û' djigu'ldAxwañ gîda'-i.
Your month might become crooked | mosquitoes | common things.
Be careful of my chief.
Your mouth might become crooked, common mosquitoes. 1
35:1 The singer is probably drawing an analogy between the biting of mosquitoes and bad words used towards the rich by common people, who are called "mosquitoes."