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Lyrics Translations
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Note Bir Demet Yasemen (One Bunch of Jasmine) Traditional Yes  
Note Çadırımın Üstüne (Rain Dripped on My Tent) Traditional Yes This song is also often called "Rampi Rampi".
Note Dere Geliyor (River) Traditional Yes  
Note Hepsi Senın Mi (Is It All Yours?) Tarkan Yes This song is sometimes called "Şıkıdım"
Note Istemem Babacım (Papa, I Don't Want To!) Traditional Yes  
Note Kil Oldum (I Get Annoyed) Tarkan Yes  
Note Sallasana Mendilini (Wave Your Handkerchief) Traditional Yes  
Note Şımarık (Spoiled Girl) Tarkan Yes  
Note Şişeler (Bottles) Traditional No  
Note Tin Tin Tini Mini Hanim (Tiny Little Lady) Traditional Yes Some people refer to the title of this song as "Şeftali Ağaçları".
Note Üsküdara Gideriken (When Going to Üsküdar) Eartha Kitt Yes  
Note Yine Sensiz (Again Without You) Tarkan Yes  

 

 

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