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Dimelo partir y ir al
Dimelo dilalo
Latira malacali
Latira malacali
Masimela la malacali
Va tirando de la malacali
Va tirando de la malacali
Dimelo hay un martir y ir al
Dimelo hay un martir y ir al
Miralo miralo
Dimelo partir y ir al
Latira malacali
Latira malacali



(translation)
God, I sing your splendor
You, who are the earth and the fire
The water and the wind.
All the sons of the wind are your sons
All the sons of the wind are brothers
This is why I sing my brothers of the desert
The sons of the sand of the desert.


- Translated by Lauren Pace. -



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