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This song in Greek is sung by Ted Alevizos, not by Joan Baez. It is recorded
On the album "Folksingers 'Round Harvard Square: Joan Baez, Bill Wood and Ted
Alevizos" (1959).


Astrapsen i anatoli (“The Sun Is Risen”)

Astrapsen i anatoli
Kouna paramana to paidi
Astrapsen i anatoli
Kouna paramana to paidi

Kai vrontise i disi
Kouna to paidi
Min tixei kai ksipnisei
Mi min tixei kai ksipnisei
Kouna to paidi
Mine tixei kai ksipnisei

Astrapsen i anatoli
Kouna paramana to paidi
Astrapsen i anatoli
Kouna paramana to paidi

Kai vrontise i disi
Kouna to paidi
Min tixei kai ksipnisei
Mi min tixei kai ksipnisei
Kouna to paidi
Mine tixei kai ksipnisei
Astrapsen i anatoli
Kouna paramana to paidi



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