ôøç òëùéå ôåøç åäåà öåøç
éìãéí ðåáìéí ùí áùèçéí
öîç òëùéå öåîç åäåà öåðç
éìãéí ðäééí ìøåá öîçéí

ôøåôéì 97 áôðéí äøáä ôçåú
äîô÷ã àîø "ìéøåú"
áúåê îãéí îöãéò ðìçí òì äùôéåú
öáà äâðä ìîåú

ãâì éù ìðå ãâì åàéï ìå øâì
éìãéí ðäééí ìøåá ãâìéí
ìîä úâéã ìîä (äåà ìà éåãò), àúä òåã ùîä
éìãéí ìøåá ìà ùåàìéí

ôøåôéì 97

ôøç òëùéå ôåøç åäåà öåøç
éìãéí ðåáìéí ùí áùèçéí

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