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[[page number in pencil in top right corner]] 83 [[stamped page number in top margin]] 85 Gāxīnyās Gādā Bālāgūm, W,ā lāmān ¯ growing on this little boy, Done now I will _ _ _ _ yēlāqāL LālīLālā Xān GālāLālē, nāqā ═ sing secret song try to call my dancing bird all mīsī Dā Bībāgānāmī Wēxālā, lā yēlāgī ¯ ¯ of the people say go on, then he sing he odgīstālīs, yūmīs yēlōxīdā yōsīyōx ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ .......... and this he sang this is [[note written in box at end of the above two lines]] this is the secret song of Ōdgīstālīs called his Lawalaxa Doun. ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ? [[/note in box]] nāmōq mān nāwālāāqīx wē hī ī hī ī only one I magician this tune " " " "
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