Thursday, February 10, 2011

25th January- Ahmed Mekky and Mohamed Mohsen with translation





Mohsen: An Egyptian's dignity is worth a lot
              Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
              He wants to restore his dignity and dissipate the corruption
              Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh 

Mekky:  The month of Jan, the day 25th witnessed the greatest Egyptian revolution over the years
              Youth who made Egypt proud (held her head high), not enslaved (wearing a collar)
              Want their legitimate rights and asked for them graciously
              Walk around Tahrir square and take a look
              You'll find yourself smiling and your heart fluttering 
              Youth who understood the meaning of unity; they united and caused change.
              The Egyptian's worth, after the revolution, is much greater.
              Never fear, my country, in the middle of the crisis,take cover in us (your youth)
              We're your children-men- you're above our heads and in our eyes
              My grandfather and his grandfather were martyred to protect you
              No way their grand children will forget you and discard you
              They're standing like lions-one hand- to free you
              Some of them are martyrs, sacrificing their blood for your sake,
              Thanks to each young person who said their opinion without fear,
              A man behind him another, making all the world look and watch,
              As long as their is division, rights will be foresaken,
              Look how as soon as we united-one hand- we led
              Christian, Muslim, Educated, Illiterate, Rich and Poor
              They joined all their chants and became roaring
              Even if we don't achieve all our demands, still we've won,
              It's enough that the whole world knew who we are,
              For manhood and ethics shine only during crisis
              All houses became one and Oh by God, we celebrated

Mohsen: An Egyptian's dignity is worth a lot

Mekky:  I don't want injustice, humiliation, and insult, I want to be valued
              The Egyptian's country is like his honor, fears for it and protects it

Mohsen: He wants to restore his dignity and dissipate the corruption
              Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

Mekky: He demands change, Yes, he wants change
             Patient, but if I explode, I am a dangerous weapon



Mohsen: An Egyptian's dignity is worth a lot

Mekky:  I don't want injustice, humiliation, and insult, I want to be valued
              The Egyptian's country is like his honor, fears for it and protects it

Mohsen: He wants to restore his dignity and dissipate the corruption
              Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

Mekky: He demands change, Yes, he wants change
             Patient, but if I explode, I am a dangerous weapon

Mekky talking:  If you go Tahrir square, you'll find a country midst a country. If somebody bumps into you, they'll say "sorry" , if someone wants to pass by they'll say "excuse me", if someone wants to see your ID, they'll say "sorry, we have to" and you'll hear a lot "watch out, because girls want to pass through". No sexual or verbal harassment and when the Christian prays, the Muslim has his back and when the Muslim prays, the Christian has his back

Mohsen:Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, Egypt.

Mekky: This is the Egypt we want.

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