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Gitme (English translation)

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Gitme

Perişan hallerim aşkın elinden
Gel buna bir çare bulmadan gitme
Çaresiz dertlerim, dermanı sende
Derdime dermanı vermeden gitme
 
Çaresiz dertlerim dermanı sende
Derdime dermanı vermeden gitme
 
Çaresiz dertlerim derman bulmuyor
Neden gönül neden sensiz olmuyor
Azdı yaralarım derman bulmuyor
Ne olur yaramı sarmadan gitme
 
Azdı yaralarım derman bulmuyor
Ne olur yaramı sarmadan gitme
 
Canım bağlı yar zülfünün telinden
Mecnun gibi gezdim aşkın çölünden
Bir garibim kaldım gurbet elinden
Şu garip halimi görmeden gitme
 
Bir garibim kaldım gurbet elinden
Şu garip halimi görmeden gitme
 
Submitted by CalusarulCalusarul on Sat, 31/12/2011 - 13:49
Last edited by CalusarulCalusarul on Sun, 17/04/2016 - 16:35
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Don't Leave

I'm devastated by love
Don't leave before finding a cure for this
My troubles are without cure, you have the solution
Don't leave before giving the cure for my trouble
 
My troubles are without cure, you have the solution
Don't leave before giving the cure for my trouble
 
My cureless troubles won't heal
Why, heart, why it can't do without you
My wounds got deeper, no cure to be found
Please, don't leave before bandaging my wound
 
My wounds got deeper, no cure to be found
Please, don't leave before bandaging my wound
 
My life depends on the string of your hair, love
I've wandered the deserts like Mecnun*
I'm a stranger, left by you in foreign lands
Don't leave before seeing me like this
 
I'm a stranger, left by you in foreign lands
Don't leave before seeing me like this
 
Thanks!
thanked 7 times
Submitted by JansayJansay on Sun, 01/01/2012 - 14:21
Added in reply to request by CalusarulCalusarul
Author's comments:

*Mecnun is one of the main characters in a famous novel "Leyla ile Mecnun" (Leyla and Mecnun) who's immensely in love (with Leyla) by which he's gone insane and wandered the deserts looking for his love.

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CalusarulCalusarul    Sun, 01/01/2012 - 18:36

Women are braver than men. (Gitme - Jacques Brel) Tongue smile

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