ôøç ùçåø áéï ôøçéí ìáðéí
÷øçú äéòø, àåéø äá÷øéí
ôøç ùçåø áéï ôøçéí ìáðéí
îøëéðéí àú øàùí, ìåçùéí

ôøç ùçåø äðä áà
ôøç ùì àåø îùåâò
ôøç ùçåø äðä áà
ôøç ùì àåø îùåâò

ôøç ùçåø áéï ôøçéí ìáðéí
îú ìå àá÷ï, åðåùøéí ìå òìéí
ôøç ùçåø áéï ôøçéí ìáðéí
úï ìå ìéáåì á÷öáéí îùåðéí

ôøç ùçåø äðä áà
ôøç ùì àåø îùåâò
ôøç ùçåø äðä áà
ôøç ùì àåø îùåâò

àê áìéìä éæ÷åó ÷åîúå
äùãä éúîìà áôìéàä
àéê ùäåà ùø àú ùéøå
ôøç îùåâò.


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