Get rid of me isolato
Isolato, Isolato, what have you done to me?
You came on me, chaosity that I never own.
Isolato, Isolato, go away!
You vested me and wipe my all desire.
To be happy is my destiny,
Tandem with laughter and encouraging speech.
Now Isolato you ruin my life,
You wrapped on me, embellished me with your chaosity.
Isolato, Isolato, listen to me!
I was melliferous before,
And you place your bitterness that yields now to me.
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