The Legend of The Fallow Deer

So I went after a deer for hunting
Oh alas alas
The deer pulled me to her mountain
Oh alas alas to her mountain

When I went the rocks were in snow
Oh alas alas
The wind blew and they’ve melted now
Oh alas alas they’ve melted now

For this hunt now I have much regrets
Oh alas alas
Go ahead brothers leave me at the rocks
Oh alas alas leave me at the rocks

Wither on the stone these white wrists
Oh alas alas
Go ahead hunters leave me at the rocks
Oh alas alas leave me at the rocks

I left my lasso hanging on the rock
Oh alas alas
I left my stuff jammed in the chest
I left my fiancee hurt at home

Oh alas alas I left her hurt at home

(Alageyik Destanı)

English: Işık Barış Fidaner

t.n.

Moğollar plays and sings this anonymous folk song. Their name means “Mongolians”.

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