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îä äéà øåöä?
ìùúåú çìá
äðä çìá, äðä çìá

îä äéà øåöä?
òåâä îúå÷ä
äðä òåâä, äðä òåâä

îä äéà øåöä?
øåöä ãéñä!
äðä ãéñä, äðä ãéñä

àëìä, æììä, ä÷èðèðä
åòëùéå âí äéà éùðä


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