[ti:àäåá é÷ø]
[ar:øåðéú ùçø]
[al: ]
[by:Yohi Zucker]
[00:05.81]àäåá é÷ø
[00:09.63]ìà òöøúé àôéìå ìøàåú ëîä æä òåìä ìé
[00:15.36]àäåá é÷ø
[00:19.38]ìà äùàøú âí ìà æéëøåï ùéäéä ìé
[00:24.89]áìéìä ÷ø
[00:27.32]äëì éãåò îøàù
[00:28.94]àáì ðùëç îäìá
[00:30.56]ùìàäåá àåúê
[00:32.42]æä ìùìí áëàá
[00:34.75]àäåá é÷ø
[00:36.25]æä ìà àúä ùîùúðä ìé
[00:49.29]àäåá é÷ø
[00:59.62]ìà òöøúé àôéìå ìøàåú ëîä æä òåìä ìé
[01:06.90]àäåá é÷ø
[01:08.71]ìà äùàøú âí ìà æéëøåï ùéäéä ìé
[01:14.29]áìéìä ÷ø
[01:16.70]äëì éãåò îøàù
[01:18.27]àáì ðùëç îäìá
[01:20.26]ùìàäåá àåúê
[01:22.00]æä ìùìí áëàá
[01:24.11]àäåá é÷ø
[01:26.17]àúä øåàä àú äùìëú
[01:30.77]æäå....æîï ììëú
[01:36.69]äæîï ììëú
[01:40.18]æîï ììëú
[01:44.58]äæîï ììëú
[02:02.31]äëì éãåò îøàù
[02:04.26]àáì ðùëç îäìá
[02:06.24]ùìàäåá àåúê
[02:07.81]æä ìùìí áëàá
[02:10.03]àäåá é÷ø
[02:13.19]àúä øåàä àú äùìëú
[02:17.55]æäå....æîï ììëú
[02:22.56]äæîï ììëú
[02:27.21]æîï ììëú
[02:29.83]àäåá é÷ø
[02:40.82]äëì éãåò îøàù
[02:42.88]àáì ðùëç îäìá
[02:47.86]àäåá é÷ø
[02:55.80]àää àää àää ää àää
[03:02.97] àää àää àää ää àää
[03:11.36]àäåá é÷ø
[03:15.70]àäåá é÷ø

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