ìôðé ùàú äåìëú øöéúé ùúãòé
àðé áåëä ëîå úéðå÷, öåò÷ ìùîééí àì úìëé
àåìé æä âåøí ìê ìøçí òìéé, àåìé úáçøé ìäùàø
àå ø÷ úñôøé ìé àí éù ìê îéùäå àçø

àæ úðé ìé ñéáä ìçéåú, ëé àú ñéáä îñôé÷ èåáä
úðé ìé àéúê ìäéåú, äå ø÷ àäáä
òáøúé ëáø àú ëì ääùôìåú, àéáãúé àöìê àú äëáåã
àú ëì äöéôéåú ùìé, àú ëì äàëæáåú

éù ìé äøáä úîåðåú àú ëøåëä ùí îñáéáé
éù ìé äøáä ãîòåú àê ùí àú ìà àéúé
àðé îðñä ìöøåç ùìà àåäá àåúê éåúø
àáì àú ùåîòú ùàðé îù÷ø

àæ úðé ìé ñéáä ìçéåú ëé àú ñéáä îñôé÷ èåáä
úðé ìé àéúê ìäéåú, äå ø÷ àäáä
òáøúé ëáø àú ëì ääùôìåú, àéáãúé àöìê àú äëáåã
àú ëì äöéôéåú ùìé, àú ëì äàëæáåú
ìôðé ùàú äåìëú øöéúé ùúãòé


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