äúæëøé àú ëì îä ùäéä
äàí úãòé àú äòúéã
ëãåø äáãåìç ìà ðúï àú äúùåáä
ìáã îîê àðé ðùàøúé äéçéã

ìùøåã -- ðùøåã, ìùøåã -- ðùøåã, ðùøåã
öôé áé òó

äééúé ùí ëùäçåîä ðôìä
äàù ëáúä, äëì äùçéø
÷îèé ùôúééê ãåááå àú ä÷ììä
àí æä âåøì, àðé ùìí òí äîçéø

ìùøåã -- ðùøåã, ìùøåã -- ðùøåã, ðùøåã
öôé áé òó

àåãí òì àåãí,
âí àí ìà éäéå
àåôì áàåôì
áðôùê éçéå

ìùøåã -- ðùøåã, ìùøåã -- ðùøåã, ðùøåã
öôé áé òó

çöé éøç ùè àì äîøç÷
äìäáåú ùå÷òåú ìàè
ìàè áàåô÷ äçæåï äæä ðîç÷
ãìúåú äúåäå ùåá ééñâøå ëîòè

ìùøåã -- ðùøåã, ìùøåã -- ðùøåã, ðùøåã
öôé áé òó


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