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Old 24th October 2007, 13:15   #61
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You like playing with us sentimental boys sentiments - emotional songs these are my friend !!

Lol !! What are yr favourites ? Ishan .
Ishan's favorite songs do not generate any emotion in him. More like motion. Of the hand.

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Hmm... Wonder why guys dont remember song from that Sanjay Dutt movie

"Chunri ke peeche kya hai..."
Mostly because its Choli Ke Peeche Kya Hai. And you deserve an award to get that wrong.

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Ishan - Sahi hai bhai - Mazee le lo humse !!

You like playing with us sentimental boys sentiments - emotional songs these are my friend !!

Lol !! What are yr favourites ? Ishan .
Yes, they are emotional Varun but not in the traditional way!!!

Will post my favourites later.

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Ishan's favorite songs do not generate any emotion in him. More like motion. Of the hand.
For that I have videos, in all this nostalgia I suppose you're remembering your own habits Ajay!!
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Old 24th October 2007, 13:55   #63
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The Rajkumar song "If you come today it will be too early, If you come tomorrow it will be too late... tick..tick..tick.tick..tick..tick..." arouses rather sharp emotions. Of laughter.
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Pink Floyd - All their numbers take me to a different state of mind (without using any mind altering substances )
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Pink Floyd - All their numbers take me to a different state of mind (without using any mind altering substances )
And even more with a mind altering substance eh aditya?
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Ishan's favorite songs do not generate any emotion in him. More like motion. Of the hand.
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For that I have videos, in all this nostalgia I suppose you're remembering your own habits Ajay!!
And I have a confirmed acceptance of said behaviour:

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/280377-post19.html
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And even more with a mind altering substance eh aditya?
dunno about that dude. the only mind altering substances i have used till date are alcohol, tobacco (without doctoring it with additives) and automobiles. i wonder if women can be called mind altering if you know what i mean.
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i wonder if women can be called mind altering if you know what i mean
ROFL! To each his own opinion. I am not voicing mine here!
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Song - Ore Ore Oru kulla
Movie - Thavamai Thavam Irundu
Sung by - Jayakumar
(About parents)


Song - Aarariraro
Movie - Ram
Sung by - Jesudas

(About mothers)

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I find Evanescence quite good , especially the Bring me to Life single. I don't know about other emotions but it does propel my mind to drive my car extremely fast although in a responsible way. Sounds like an oxymoron but true.

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http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/collec...riving-44.html
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As I have mentioned before there ain t a better song than Bring me to Life by Evanescence, typically reflects my driving style, first as the car starts start the song( it is really has a slow tempo in the beginning) drive the car slowly to let the oil circulate and then around 0.31 start mildly accelerating( the song's tempo starts gradually increasing at this moment) and at exactly 0.52 as soon as the song rises in tempo bury the accelerator l to the floor. The above procedure can also be done while listening to Turn the Page by Metallica.

Song : Bring me to life
Artist Par excellence: Amy Lee


how can you see into my eyes like open doors
leading you down into my core
where Iíve become so numb without a soul my spirit sleeping somewhere cold
until you find it there and lead it back home

(Wake me up)
Wake me up inside
(I canít wake up)
Wake me up inside
(Save me)
call my name and save me from the dark
(Wake me up)
bid my blood to run
(I canít wake up)
before I come undone
(Save me)
save me from the nothing Iíve become

now that I know what Iím without
you can't just leave me
breathe into me and make me real
bring me to life

(Wake me up)
Wake me up inside
(I canít wake up)
Wake me up inside
(Save me)
call my name and save me from the dark
(Wake me up)
bid my blood to run
(I canít wake up)
before I come undone
(Save me)
save me from the nothing Iíve become

Bring me to life
(I've been living a lie, there's nothing inside)
Bring me to life

frozen inside without your touch without your love darling only you are the life among the dead

all this time I can't believe I couldn't see
kept in the dark but you were there in front of me
Iíve been sleeping a thousand years it seems
got to open my eyes to everything
without a thought without a voice without a soul
don't let me die here
there must be something more
bring me to life

(Wake me up)
Wake me up inside
(I canít wake up)
Wake me up inside
(Save me)
call my name and save me from the dark
(Wake me up)
bid my blood to run
(I canít wake up)
before I come undone
(Save me)
save me from the nothing Iíve become

(Bring me to life)
Iíve been living a lie, thereís nothing inside
(Bring me to life)

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For me the best has been "Cats in the cradle" originally by Harry Chapin, later adapted by Ugly Kid Joe.

Explanation: Read "The Story" section in the link above.

Though it is of rock genre, am sure most busy dads will feel the lyrics at heart.
Touchť... and so real
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Not exactly of the "emotional" category. But I really liked this new song titled "kabhi kabhi aditi zindagi" from "Jaane tu... ya jaane na". AR Rahman's tune in this particular song is very refreshing.


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'' Tujhse Naraaz nahin Zindagi hairan hoon main .. '' - Masoom

"Everybreath you take" - the puff daddy version

"Struggling my pain with his fingers"

"Stay the same" - Joey McIntyre

"Ten Thousand promises" Back Street Boys
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I believe I can fly - R.Kelly
Hello - Lionel Richie

Apart from these i have a number of tamil songs .
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Funny no one mentioned 'Another day in Paradise'
by Phil Collins.
Gees..I wonder why he wasn't confered with the 'Knighthood'
by the Queen. Even that beetle chap Paul McCartney has it !

No MLTR songs ???!! 'Someday', 'The Actor'.

Rafi saab's 'Tu ees tarha se meri jindagi mein shamil hain'

'Yeh aasme yeh baadal...yeh raasatein yeh hawa
Har ek cheez hain, apni, jagah thikaane se
Kai dino se shikaayat nahin jamaane se,
Yeh jindagi hain safar, tu, safar ki manzil hain'

Wah wah wah wah!

'Everybody hurts' --R.E.M

'Earth Song' --MJ (Micheal lal jaikishen)

Unchained Melody - 'Gareth Gates version'

'Sometimes love just ain't enough' -- Patty Smith.

'Had a Bad Day' -- Daniel Powter (Must hear after u had a bad day)

'I just died in your arms tonight' -Cutting Crew.

'Just For you' -- Lionel Riche

'All of my life' -- Phil Collins.

'Complicated Heart' - MLTR

'Maa tujhe salaam' --AR Rahman

'O sanam' - Lucky Ali

Hey one more thing, in these reality shows (Song and dance) why do many senior artists shun 'Atif Aslam' so much. First it was Sunidhi Chavhan asking the participant not to sing any of his songs. Then recently it was Abhijeet (promos) asking the kid not to have an songs of this 'Ghatiya Singer'. Any one knows about any tiff between Atif and Bollywood singers??



More to come as I recollect.

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