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Revolutionary Song Help please

Discussion in 'Translations' started by Unregistered, Jun 19, 2009.

  1. They are singing this song in the streets.



    I've been trying to translate it for people because it seems so significant. I know it was used during the Islamic revolution as well so the irony and words must still be true. This is what I've got so far and it may be incorrect:

    Me and my classmate who is with me and following me
    The ruler of the alphabet comes down on our heads (not sure)
    Carved becomes the name of you and me in the blackboard (of the ruler?)

    After that the translation gets too hard for me. Please can someone help?
  2. My schoolmate
    You're with me and going along with me
    The alphabet stick is above our heads
    You're my spite and my woe
    Our names have been carved
    On the body of this blackboard
    The stick of injustice and tyranny
    Still remains on our body



    This uncivilized plain of ours
    Is covered with weeds
    Good, if good
    Bad, if bad
    Dead is the hearts of its people
    My hand and yours
    Should tear up these curtains
    Who can, except you and I
    Cure our pain?



    My schoolmate
    You're with me and going along with me
    The alphabet stick is above our heads
    You're my spite and my woe
    Our names have been carved
    On the body of this blackboard
    The stick of injustice and tyranny
    Still remains on our body
  3. god help us all

    God help us all

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