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éù çåùéí ùéù ø÷ ìä
éù ÷ñîéí åéù æîðéí ÷ùéí
åáîä ùäéà ëåìä ùìä

ìîìàëéí ãéååä äéà àéîôøéä
òì äáîä ãéååä äéà äéñèøéä
äéà ëåìä ùéø àäáä

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àôøåãéèä...
åéååä ìä ãéååä
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÷ìéàåôèøä...

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ãîòåú ùì äçééí
äï éùàå
úôéìä ììà îéìéí

ìîìàëéí ãéååä äéà àéîôøéä
òì äáîä ãéååä äéà äéñèøéä
äéà ëåìä ùéø àäáä

åéååä îøéä
åéååä åé÷èåøéä
àôøåãéèä...
åéååä ìä ãéååä
åéååä åé÷èåøéä
÷ìéàåôèøä...

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