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Azerbaycan Türkiye (English translation)

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Azerbaycan Türkiye

Tarihimiz şanımız bir, dilimiz irfanımız bir
Kim girecek aramıza, canımız kanımız bir
Dede Korkut bize söyler, Fuzuli Yunus'u över
Elbet Türk, Türk'ü sever, Azerbaycan Türkiye
 
Ege'den Hazar'a kadar, beşikten mezara kadar
Azerbaycan Türkiye
Tarihin yazdığı destan, iki bedende bir can
Türkiye Azerbaycan
 
Dağımız taşımız bir, töremiz aşımız bir
Kim girecek aramıza, derdimiz gözyaşımız bir
Ankara Bakü'ye kardeş, Gence Erzurum'a eş
İki sevda iki güneş, Azerbaycan Türkiye
 
Ege'den Hazar'a kadar, beşikten mezara kadar
Azerbaycan Türkiye
Tarihin yazdığı destan, iki bedende bir can
Türkiye Azerbaycan
 
Submitted by palwan18palwan18 on Sun, 15/12/2013 - 15:08
Last edited by RadixIceRadixIce on Wed, 26/07/2017 - 21:44
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Azerbaijan & Turkey

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Our history, our honor are the one and the same, our language, our insight are the one and the same.
Who can come between us, our soul and our blood are the one and the same.
Dada qorqut speaks to us, Fuzuli praises Yunus.
Sure Turk loves another Turk, Azerbaijan - Turkey
 
From Agean Sea to the Caspian Sea, from cradle to grave
Azerbaijan & Turkey
The legend the history writes, one soul in two bodies
Turkey & Azerbaijan
 
Our mountains, our lands are the one and the same; our culture and our food are the one and the same.
Who can come between us? Our distress and our teardrops are the one and the same.
Ankara is brother to Baku; Gence is the equal of Erzurum
Two loves, two suns; Azerbaijan & Turkey
 
From Agean Sea to the Caspian Sea, from cradle to grave
Azerbaijan & Turkey
The legend the history writes, one soul in two bodies
Turkey & Azerbaijan
 
Thanks!
Submitted by sumeyra glsnsumeyra glsn on Sun, 27/09/2020 - 18:51
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Fuzuli : Fuzuli was an Azerbaijani, of the Bayat tribes of Oghuz, poet, writer and thinker.

Yunus Emre: Yunus Emre (Turkish pronunciation: [juˈnus emˈɾe]) also known as Derviş Yunus (Yunus the Dervish) (1238–1320) was a Turkish folk poet and Sufi mystic who greatly influenced Turkish culture.[3] His name, Yunus, is the equivalent to the English name Jonah. He wrote in Old Anatolian Turkish, an early stage of Turkish. The UNESCO General Conference unanimously passed a resolution declaring 1991, the 750th anniversary of the poet's birth, International Yunus Emre Year.[4]

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