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Tá símpanada psállun

Language: Greek (Ελληνικά)

Τα σύμπαντα ψάλλουν για Σένα Θεέ,
Σε υμνούν τα παιδιά Σου, πατέρα τρανέ.
Γλυκές μελωδίες αγγέλων ηχούν
και μ' αμέτρητ' αστέρια Σε υμνούν.

Για Σένα Θεέ μου το σύμπαν μιλεί
στο φως που ευχή Σου μας στέλνεις στη γη.
Λιμάνι ευτυχίας η πίστη Σου αυτή,
ευτυχίας λιμάνι αυτή.

Translation(s): GER

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In Kinderdorf Lieder, the text is in a German transliteration:

Tá símpanda psállun já séna Theé,
se imnun tá pedia su, patéra trané.
Glikés melodíes, angélon ichún
ke m’amétrit’asteria se imnun.

Já séna Theé mu to simpan milí
stó fós pu efchi su más stelnis sti ji,
limani eftichias i pisti su afti
eftichias limáni afti.

Submitted by Athanasios Papaisiou and Lindsay Suddaby

Show a transliteration: DIN | ISO 843

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