ãï ãéï ðà èø÷ãå ðà ðà
ãéï ãéï ðà èø÷ãå ðà ðà
ãï ãéï ðà èø÷ãå ðà ðà
ãéï ãéï ðà

äåà àîø ìé:
"àéúê àðé îùúâò, àéúä àðé øâéì"
àæ àîøúé ìå,
åäåà àîø ìé.
àðé àîøúé ìå,
åäåà àîø ìé.
îä àîøúé ìå,
ëùäåà àîø ìé?
àîøúé ìå:
"ìê, úúøâì àéúä..."

"ìê úëáä àéúä ëì ãáø áåòø
àðé ëáø àùúâò òí îéùäå àçø"

äåà àîø ìé:
"àä..."
åäåà àîø ìé:
"àä, úøàé, æä ìà áãéå÷ æä...,
æä..."
åäåà àîø ìé,
åàðé àîøúé ìå.
äåà àîø ìé,
åàðé àîøúé ìå.
îä àîøúé ìå,
ëùäåà àîø ìé?
àîøúé ìå:
"ìê, úúøâì àéúä..."

úùá àéúä áñìåï
úøàå áéçã ñøèéí îöåééøéí
úäéä ìëí ôéìéôéðéú çáéáä
ùúìçõ òì ëôúåøéí
éäéå ìê äîåï äîåï äîåï äîåï ÷ñèåú
îñåãøåú òì îãôéí
åàæ äéà úâéã ìê:
"îîåù, äçåãù ìà öøéê ìäéãç÷
àáà ëáø çúí òì äö'é÷..."
åúäéä øâåò øâåò øâåò øâåò øâåò

ãï ãéï ðà èø÷ãå ðà ðà
ãéï ãéï ðà èø÷ãå ðà ðà
ãï ãéï ðà èø÷ãå ðà ðà
ìê,
úúøâì àéúä!

"ìê úëáä àéúä ëì ãáø áåòø
àðé ëáø àùúâò òí îéùäå àçø"

"ìê úúøâì, úùúãì, úúâìâì åúâãì
ìê, úúøâì àéúä!"

(îä, àúä äåìê?!)


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