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Kichevjani, more, moskovjani

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(A song about the voivodes Pavle Karaasan, Janaki Janev and Pejchin Tomoski)
Kichevjani, more, moskovjani - Sung by Biljan Stojanoski from Kichevo

Kichevjani, more, moskovjani,
dal' vidovte, more, koj pomina,
koj pomina, more, koj zamina?

Pominaja, ago, zaminaja,
komitite, ago, od Kichevsko,
od Kichevsko, ago, od Debarsko.

Prvi beshe, ago, shto vrveshe -
kara Pavle, ago, Lazorovche,
kara Pavle, ago, Lazorovche.

Vtori beshe, ago, shto vrveshe -
kuso Nakje, ago, Lavchancheto,
kuso Nakje, ago, Lavchancheto.

Treti beshe, ago, shto vrveshe -
kalesh Pejchin, ago, Galichanec,
kalesh Pejchin, ago, Galichanec.

Vecheraja, ago, rudo jagne,
i pred zori, ago, zaminaja,
zaminaja, ago, za Smilevo.

Zaminaja, ago, za Smilevo,
od Smilevo, ago, za Krushevo,
od Smilevo, ago, za Krushevo.

Ke mi digaat, ago, vostanie,
vostanie, ago, Ilindensko,
vostanie, ago, Makedonsko.


Pavle Gavrilov Karaasanovski, also known as Pavel Karaasanov or Pavle Karaasan - born in 1869 in the village of Lazaropole (Debar Region), was a voivode of IMARO, a participant in the Ilinden Uprising.

Janaki Janev, also known as Nake Lavchancheto or Nake Kichevski - born in 1857 in the village of Lavchani (Kichevo Region), was a voivode of IMARO, a Smilevo Congress delegate, a participant in the Ilinden Uprising, and in the Balkan wars.

Pejchin Tomoski - born in the village of Galichnik (Debar Region), was a voivode of IMARO, a participant in the Ilinden Uprising.