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Editor: Melike Yersiz (submitted 2019-07-08).   Score information: Letter, 5 pages, 1.46 MB   Copyright: CPDL
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General Information

Title: Gider oldum
Composer: Melike Yersiz
Lyricist: Karacaoğlancreate page

Number of voices: 4vv   Voicing: SATB
Genre: SecularUnknown

Language: Turkish
Instruments: A cappella

Published: 2018

Description: Please contact me if you would like a recording of me speaking the words for pronunciation help.

External websites: http://www.melikeyersiz.com/music

Original text and translations

Turkish.png Turkish text

Gider oldum, kömür gözlüm elveda,
Nazlım bize bu illerden göç oldu.
Senin ile zevki sefa sürdüğüm,
Geldi, geçti cümle işler hiç oldu.

Karac'oğlan, Mevlam yazmış fermanım,
Semaya set çekti ahı figanım.
Lütfedip ağlatma nazlı gülşanım,
Bize bu ayrılık Hak'tan iş oldu.

English.png English translation

I depart now, my coal-eyed one, farewell,
My delicate one, I must leave these parts.
The joys I've shared with you
Came and went, all of it is now no more.

Karacaoğlan, my God has written my decree,
My wails of 'ah!' surround the heavens.
Please don't make me cry, my dear rose garden,
For our parting is the working of God.