áãã, áîùòåì àì äòéï
áãã, áðúéá ììà ëìåí
áãã, òí äæîï äáåøç
äæîï ìà ùåëç ìäöéá àú äâáåì

áãã, áìé ëó éã îìèôú
áãã, ììà ùëí éãé
áãã, ëîä èåá ìà ìãòú
ùéãê ëáø ðåâòú
áéãå ùì àçø

áãã àìê âí úôéìä àéï ìé
áãã áìé òúéã áìé ú÷ååä áìé çìåí

áãã, ëîå äùîù àðãåãä
áãã, áîãáø äìåäè
áãã, âí ãîòåú äï ø÷ äáì
ùéø îæîåø àéï ìñãø
ùéø îæîåø ùì àéîé

áãã àìê âí úôéìä àéï ìé
áãã áìé òúéã áìé ú÷ååä áìé çìåí


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