Also, a good man with the name, "patukuzunkol," on YouTube, who's videos helped me get started playing on saz to begin with. If it weren't for the Turkish bands/artists I listen to I'd have no idea how to pronounce Turkish letters and what have you.
I could post more, but I don't want to go overboard...
This song is about the separatists that are trying to break Turkey apart. There's a lot of info out there, but I'll link here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KurdishÃfÂ¢EU"Turkish_conflict
Lyrics: Ayni ulustan insanlar. At the same nationalities
Ben kalmak istiyorum. I want to stay.
Onlar savash istiyor. They want war.
Ben birlik istiyorum. I want unity.
Onlar sava sava. They fight wars.
Refah bir arazi ichin zararlidir. Detrimental to a land of prosperity.
(chant) Ayaklanma bok. Onlar sava sava. Revolt of crap. They Fight wars.
(over chant) Ayaklanma bok. Onlar sava sava. Refah bir arazi ichin zararlidir.
Now, "Revolt of crap," sounds a little harsh, but it's catchier than, "degersiz Ayaklanmasi," which is, "worthless revolt." I also know that, "At the same nationalities," isn't always the case, since there are Kurds involved in many countries, but I wanted to hit on that point. In any case, this song is obviously me lamenting about the situation in southern Turkey.
I could've had a Turkish guy do all the translation for me, but I wanted to do everything myself so I used Google. :P
*If you are familiar with Turkish you will notice that certain Turkish symbols do not work on Newgrounds. That is why I have had to compensate with extra letters or replacements.