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àð'ìà áèåç îä ìòùåú
àð'ìà éåãò ìîä ìöôåú
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âåôä äñåãé îöéõ îëôúåø ôøåí
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ìáåù çâéâé àáì îøâéù ÷öú òøåí
àð'ìà áèåç îä ìòùåú
àð'ìà éåãò ìîä ìöôåú

ëé àú ëì ëê îåìé
ììà îáåëä
îäîáè ùìé
àåìé àú úîéîä

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àí ðúðù÷ àæ àåìé äéà úùúå÷
àð'ìà áèåç îä ìòùåú
àð'ìà éåãò ìîä ìöôåú

ëé àú ëì ëê îåìé
ììà îáåëä
îäîáè ùìé
àåìé àú úîéîä


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