àîøå ùäåà äéä áçåø ùì ìéìä
àîøå ùâí äéä ìå öçå÷ îåâæí
ëì áå÷ø ÷í òí ãéëàåï æä âéì ääúáâøåú
ëùäúàôø àîøå ìå àéæä àåîõ
äöáà àîø ìå îùåçøø
àîøå ùæä îä ù÷åøä ëùàúä áà îäëôø

àáì àó àçã ìà àîø
"îùåâò" ìà éâéãå ìå
"îùåâò" ìîä ìà àîøúí ìé

àîøå ääúàáãåú ùìå æä âéîé÷
àîøå ùäëðøú æå áãéçä
àîøå ùäåà ëîå îìàê
àîøå ùäåà ùèï
àîøå ùäåà äéä áçåø ùì ìéìä
àîøå ùâí äéä öçå÷ îåâæí
àîøå ùäåà áãéëàåï æä âéì ääúáâøåú

àáì àó àçã ìà àîø
"îùåâò" ìà àîøúí ìé
"îùåâò" àó ôòí ìà éâéãå ìê

ìà, ìà àîøúí ìé
àó àçã ìà éâéã ìê

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    what the hell...?

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