äàåø îñúéø ÷åìåú
ø÷ áìéìåú ÷åìê áå÷ò
ìà øåöä ìâòú òåã
àí æä ëåàá
ëùæä ðåâò

ìîä áàú ìé ÷øåá?
ìîä ëëä ìòæåá?

àúä ùåú÷ øçå÷
îìîã àåúé ìùëåç
àðé ëîå òùá ðò÷ø
áéï àðùéí øåöä ìöîåç

ìîä áàú ìé ÷øåá?
ìîä ëëä ìòæåá?

äàåø îñúéø ÷åìåú
ø÷ áìéìåú, æä ùåá áå÷ò
îä äéä ìê, îä ùí áçãø?
îä öò÷ áê øâò ìôðé?

ìîä áàú ìé ÷øåá?
ìîä ëëä ìòæåá?

ìà øåöä ìâòú òåã
àí æä ëåàá
ëùæä ðåâò


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