2 - ud zal-la-ju10-ne
3 - ud zal-la-ju10-ne
4 - èn-du dug4-ga-ju10-ne
5 - gaba mu-un-ri
6 - gu5-li an-na gaba mu-un-ri
7 - cu-ni-a
8 - (d)ucumgal-an-na
9 - me-a-am cu ba-mu-u8 é-me-cè
10 - gu5-li cu ba-mu-u8 é-me-cè
11 - ama-ju10 lul-la-cè
12 - ama-ju10 lul-la-cè mu-na-ab-gub-bé-en
13 - jé6-e ga-ri-ib-zu-zu
14 - (d)inana lul-la munus-e-ne jé6-e ga-ri-ib-zu-zu
15 - ma-la-ju10
18 - húl-húl-e
19 - ama ugu-zu-úr lul-la-cè za-e gub-bu-na-da
20 - me-en-dè iti6-cè
21 - ki-nú kug he-nun-na
22 - ud dùg nam-hé-a húl-la
24 - X X X
25 - X X X-da ud-da
26 - X X X
1 - X X MU X X
2 - X X X RA sù-ud mu-un-já-já
3 - kan4 ama-me-da nam-mi-gub
4 - húl-la-ta
5 - kan4 nam-mi-gub
6 - húl-la-da
7 - ama-ju10-ra hu-mu-na-ab-bé
8 - u5-cu-úr-me a ki
9 - ama-ju10 hu-mu-na-ab-bé
10 - u5-cu-úr-me a ki
11 - ki-tuc-a-ni ir-bi
13 - úr kug-ge hé-du7
14 - (d)ama-ucumgal-an-na mussa (d)suen-na
15 - en (d)dumu-zid úr kug-ge hé-du7
16 - (d)ama-ucumgal-an-na mussa (d)suen-na
18 - edin-na ú-cim-zu ku7-ku7-dam
19 - (d)ama-ucumgal-an-na
20 - edin-na ú-cim-zu ku7-ku7-dam
1-8 - While I, the lady, was passing the day yesterday, while I, Inana, was passing the day yesterday, while I was passing the day, while I was dancing, while I was singing songs all day until evening, he met me, he met me. The lord, the friend of An, met me; the lord took me in his hands, Ucumgal-ana embraced me about my neck.
9-12 - ', let me go, so that I can go to our house! Friend of Enlil, let me go, so that I can go to our house! What lie can I offer to my mother? What lie can I offer to my mother Ningal?'
13-22 - 'Let me teach you, let me teach you! Inana, let me teach you the lies of women: Offer this as a lie to your own mother. As for us -- let me make love with you by moonlight! Let me loosen your hairgrip on the holy and luxuriant couch. May you pass a sweet day there with me in voluptuous pleasure.'
24-26 - 'I the maiden, in the streets and alleys, , by day I with you,'
1-12 - ...
There he is, standing at our mother's gate, while I am rushing around in excitement. There he is standing at Ningal's gate, while I am rushing around in excitement. Oh that someone would tell my mother! May our neighbour come to sprinkle water on the floor! Oh that someone would tell my mother Ningal! May our neighbour come to sprinkle water on the floor: the fragrance of her dwelling is pleasant, and her words are delightful.
13-20 - My lord is perfect for the holy embrace. Ama-ucumgal-ana, the son-in-law of Suen, Lord Dumuzid, is perfect for the holy embrace. Ama-ucumgal-ana, son-in-law of Suen, my lord: how pleasing is your lavishness, and how sweet-tasting are your green plants from the plain! Ama-ucumgal-ana, how pleasing is your lavishness, and how sweet-tasting are your green plants from the plain!