àðé æåëø àú àåúå äáå÷ø
éùðúé àöìê, àú ÷îú ìçééí ùìê
åàðé çéôùúé ìé çééí îùì òöîé
åðôøãéí áðùé÷ä ñåòøú
ùåàì àú òöîé äàí úäéé ìé áñåó äéåí
äî÷åí, äæîï áøåø
àðé ãîåú ììà ñéôåø

àéôä àðçðå ðôâùéí
áéï äòåìí ùìê ìáéï äòåìí ùìé
ëîä ä÷øáä åëîä ñéëåðéí
çùúé ùàéáãúé àú òöîé

àðé äåìê åñåìì ìé ãøê
éåãò òëùéå ùäàåùø äåà øâòéí
áà ìé ìäéåú ùééê ìòåìí äùééëéí

àéôä àðçðå ðôâùéí
áéï äòåìí ùìê ìáéï äòåìí ùìé
ëîä ä÷øáä åëîä ñéëåðéí
çùúé ùàéáãúé àú òöîé

çùúé ùàéáãúé àú òöîé
çùúé ùàéáãúé àú òöîé

àðé æåëø àú àåúå äáå÷ø
éùðúé àöìê,àú ÷îú ìçééí ùìê
åàðé çéôùúé ìé çééí îùì òöîé
çééí îùì òöîé
çééí îùì òöîé


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