Arbāb-e ḵod-am salāmo ʿaleykom……. Greetings my very own lord,
Arbāb-e ḵod-am sar-eto bālā kon! ……. Raise your head my lord!
Arbāb-e ḵod-am be man nigā kon………. Look at me, my lord!
Arbāb-e ḵod-am loṭf-i be mā kon………. Do me a favor, my lord!
Arbāb-e ḵod-am boz-boz-e qandi……. My very own lord, the billy goat,
Arbāb-e ḵod-am čerā nemiḵandi? ……. Why don’t you smile, my lord?
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ḤĀJIFIRUZ the most famous among the traditional folk entertainers, who appears in the Persian streets in the days preceding Nowruz. The Ḥāji Firuz entertains passers-by by singing traditional songs and dancing and playing his tambourine for a few coins. He rarely knocks on a door, but begins his performance as soon as the door is opened.
Ḥāji Firuz blackens his face, wears very colorful clothes, usually—but not always—red, and always a hat that is sometimes long and cone-shaped. His songs, quite traditional in wording and melody, are very short repetitive ditties.
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