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Old 24th October 2007, 10:54   #31
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my favorite is "tum to thehre pardesi...saath kya nibhaoge" by Altaf Raja.

and "dhobaniya se pyaar hui gaya raama"
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Film: Phir Subah Hogi
Lyrics: Sahir
Chin-o-arab hamaara
hindostaan hamaara
rehneko ghar nahin hai, saara jahaan hamaara

sone ko hum kalandar
aate hai bori bandar
har ik kuli yahaan ka
hai raazdaan hamaara

jitni bhi buildingen thi
sethon ne baatli hai
footpaath bambai ke, hai aashiyaan hamaara

koli (?) bhi chhin gayi hai
benchen bhi chhin gayi hai
sarkon pe ghoomta hai
ab kaarvaan hamaara

jeben hai apni khaali
mite tawar mein gaali
voh santari hamaara
voh paasbaan hamaara

taalim hai adhuri
milti nahin majoori
ma'lum kya kisi ko
dard-e-nihaan hamaara

patla hai haal apna
lekin lahu hai gaada
faulaad se banaa hai
har naujawaan hamaara


mil-jul ke is watan ko
aisa sajaaenge hum
ghairat se mu sakegaa
...saara jahaan hamaara
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Old 24th October 2007, 11:35   #33
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"Ek aankh maaru toh parda phat jaaye, dooji aankh maaru toh kaleja kat jaaye" from Himmatwala. The emotions expressed in the lyrics have been touching my innermost parts since eternity. Another "touching" number for me is "ghusat nahi raja choliya mein goliya" from some bhojpuri film. Really touching.
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Old 24th October 2007, 11:40   #34
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Crazy Train by Sabbath:

Lyrics go:

Crazy, but thats how it goes
Millions of people living as foes
Maybe its not too late
To learn how to love
And forget how to hate
Mental wounds not healing
Lifes a bitter shame
Im going off the rails on a crazy train

Ive listened to preachers
Ive listened to fools
Ive watched all the dropouts
Who make their own rules

One person conditioned to rule and control
The media sells it and you have the role
Mental wounds still screaming
Driving me insane
Im going off the rails on a crazy train

I know that things are going wrong for me
You gotta listen to my words
Yeh-h

Heirs of a cold war
Thats what weve become
Inheriting troubles Im mentally numb
Crazy, I just cannot bear
Im living with something that just isnt fair
Mental wounds not healing
Who and whats to blame
Im going off the rails on a crazy train
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Sniff !!! The song's that Panky & Ishan mentioned brought back some very nice memories. Thanks guys for making me relive that moment.

Another of my favourites -

Lucky Kabootar - Unknown Artist

Choli Ke Peeche - Khalnayak

Meri Pant bhi - Khudaar

O kehendi po - Partner

And of course the all time current favourite of India - The hottest of them all - the most emotional song ever made -

Beedi Jalaeele, Jigar mein Piya, yeh duniya badi ........ - OMKARA

Cheers !!! Varun Kochar
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"Ek aankh maaru toh parda phat jaaye, dooji aankh maaru toh kaleja kat jaaye" from Himmatwala. The emotions expressed in the lyrics have been touching my innermost parts since eternity. Another "touching" number for me is "ghusat nahi raja choliya mein goliya" from some bhojpuri film. Really touching.
ROTFLMAO

Very Touching Song's Indeed
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Old 24th October 2007, 11:43   #37
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IMHO any Dylan songs makes an emotional impact.

Leading the pack would be:

Blowin' In the wind
Desolation Row
John Brown

Apart from this a very dark (extremally dark) impact is made if one listens to the entire album "The America Prayer"
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Old 24th October 2007, 11:45   #38
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'Aye Mere Watan Ke Logon' by Lata Mangeshkar gets me very patriotic

'Pehla Nasha' from the movie 'Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander' and 'Nyabagam Varudhu' from the tamil movile 'Autograph' reminds me of those good old college days
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my favorite is "tum to thehre pardesi...saath kya nibhaoge" by Altaf Raja.
LOL...I especially like the part where he goes "Subah pehli....Subah pehli"
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Also the song ' Kaanta Laga - Hai Laga - aa ja na bangle ke peeche meri..... '' is very close to my heart.

Then there is '' Meri beri ke ber mat toro, koi kaanta chub jaayega '' - Sanobar

Atlaf Raja of course is the best of the best, Last seen at the 2007 Grammy's receiving the best International Male Solo Artist
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Ab tumahare Hawale Watan Sathiyon sung by Mohd. Rafi this one really moves you and all the more if one watches the video also
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"Chad gaya uper re, attariya pe lotan kabootar re" and "nain kabootar ud gaye dono". Sniff sniff, I don't think I'll be able to hold back my tears anymore.
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"Chad gaya uper re, attariya pe lotan kabootar re" and "nain kabootar ud gaye dono". Sniff sniff, I don't think I'll be able to hold back my tears anymore.
Man! where are you getting all these from? Such emotional impact on one human being is almost intolerable! Poor you!

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How cruel... nobody has till now mentioned the awesome number from our very own Himesh - Jhalak Dikhlaja ... even the ghosts loved the song!!
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Ya rabba - the only thing i liked in Salaam-e-ishq, besides ayesha takia
Woh bheege pal - from Manorama 6 feet under. Beautiful lyrics.
Tuzhse naraaj nahi zindagi - sung by asha bhosale, from movie Maasum ( i am not sure though )
Tum hamare nahin - ghazal by Jagjeet singh
There are a lot more from hindi side.. but cant remember all of them.

From english ones :
Hero, Addicted, Dont you forget about me - by enrique iglesias
when you say nothin at all, If tomorrow never comes - ronan keating

The female version of Tujhse Naaraz is sung by Lata Mangeshkar. Though i love the male version too.

Most of the song I find special are from my school going years. But here is a small list.

1) Pehla Nasha - JJWS
2) Tujhse Naaraz - Masoom
3) Aanewala Pal - Golmaal (old)
4) Bahon ke Darmiyaan - Khamoshi
5) Title - Dil Chahta Hai

Will add some more and my English list as and when I recall them
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