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Yürü bre Hızır Paşa (Walk out bre Hızır Pasha)
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 09 Apr 2010 Fri 03:30 pm

Yürü Bre Hızır Paşa

Walk out, bre Hızır Pasha


Yürü bre Hızır Paşa

Walk out, bre Hızır Pasha
Senin de çarkın kırılır

(One day) Your wheel also breaks (an idiom)
Güvendiğin padişahın

The Sultan who you trust 
O da bir gün devrilir
One day he is also dethroned


Nemrut gibi Anka n´oldu

What happened to phoenix which is like Nimrod? (1)
Bir sinek havale oldu

A fly pestered him
Davamız mahşere kaldı

Our trial remained to Armageddon
Yarın bu senden sorulur

Tomorrow you will be asked to account for this

Şah´ı sevmek suç mu bana

Is it guilt for me to love Shah (2)
Kem bildirdin beni Han´a

You informed Khan about me badly
Can için yalvarmam sana

I don´t beg to you for my life.
Şehinşah bana darılır. 
(If i do so) Shah of shahs (2) is ofended by me


Hafid-i Pelgamber´im has

I´m the real grandson of the Prophet.
Gel Yezid Hüseyn´imi  kes

Come Yezid(3) cut my Hüseyin(4)
Mansur´um  beni dara as

I am Mansur(5), hang me to a tree
Ben ölünce il durulur

When i die, country calms down.

Ben Musa´yım sen Firavun

I am Moses, you are Pharaoh
İkrarsız Şeytan-ı lain

Hesitant cursed devil
Üçüncü ölmem bu hain

This is my third dying you traitor
Pir Sultan(6) ölür, dirilir

Pir Sultan dies, revives. 

 

(Please correct me. I translated idioms literally)

 

Notes:

 

1) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nimrod 

2) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ismail_I 

3) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yazid_I

4) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Husayn_ibn_Ali 

5) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mansur_Al-Hallaj 

6) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pir_Sultan_Abdal 

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