Saturday, March 03, 2007

Contrasts in songs I like ...

This song I used to hear & hmm a lot & liked it very much...

Aate jaate hanste gaate
Socha tha maine mann mein kai baar
Vo pehli nazar halka sa asar
Karta hai kyon is dil ko bekaraar
Ruk ke chalna chalke rukna
Na jaane tumhein hai kiska intezaar
Tera vo yakeen kahin main to nahin
Lagta hai yahi kyon mujhko baar baar
Yehi sach hai shaayad maine pyaar kiya
Haan haan tumse maine pyaar kiya

Aate jaate hanste gaate
Socha tha maine mann mein kai baar
Honthon ki kali kuchh aur khili
Ye dil pe hua hai kiska ikhtihaar
Tum kaun ho batla to do
Kyon karne lagi main tumpe aitbaar
Khaamosh rahoon ya main keh doon
Ya kar loon main chupke se ye sweekaar
Yehi sach hai shaayad maine pyaar kiya
Haan haan tumse maine pyaar kiya


In "Maine Pyar Kiya" movie this background music is at several places -
Sa re re girdhar dhani sa..re re girdhar dhani sa..nessa ree re nissasa......
I don't know why but there is something....something in this tune which makes me like it very very much...

And the contrast and other song which I always liked very much is -

Koyi kisi ka nahi ye jhoothhe,
Naate hain naato ka kya
Kasme waade pyaar wafaa sab,
Baatein hain baato ka kya

Hoga masiha ...
Hoga masiha saamne tere,
Phir bhi na tu bach paayega
Tera apna…
Tera apna khoon hi aakhir tujhko aag lagaayega
Aasmaan mein ...
Aasmaan me udne waale mitti mein mil jaayega
Kasme waade pyaar wafaa sab, baatein hain baato ka kya

Sukh mein tere ...
Sukh mein tere saath chalenge,
Dukh mein sab mukh modenge
Duniya waale ...
Duniya waale tere bankar tera hi dil todenge
Dete hain ...
Dete hain bhagwaan ko dhokha,
Insaan ko kya chhodenge
Kasme waade pyaar wafaa sab,


Baatein hain baato ka kya

Any psychiatrist out there? Could he/she figure out the inner workings of my mind? lol ! & help me too figure it out!!! :-)

4 Comments:

At 1:54 PM, Anonymous Deepak Jeswal said...

Both are great songs. And I dont think a psychiatrist is really required :) Both moods and both times exist in everyone's lives, sometimes simultaneously.


BTW, Till Hum Saath Saath Hain, Sooraj's films had excellent background score. In HAHK, ni-sa-re-ga-re-sa-re theme is lovable. There was one in HSSH too. (which was even converted to a full fledged song in a flop Rajshri film starring Jugal Hansraj...forgetting the name right now).

Somehow, that was completely missing in Mai Prem Ki Deewani Hoon, and though there was one recurring theme in Vivaah, it wasnt upto the mark.

 
At 8:49 PM, Anonymous kaush said...

I second DJ. They are both very beautiful songs and we go through both phases and they both apply. Granted being the absolute mush-ball that I am I like aate jaate better :-)

I havent been here in a long time..how have you been?http

 
At 11:02 PM, Anonymous Anz said...

Not a psychologist...but really like both the songs...and as kaushie said...i too like aate jaate better.

 
At 8:55 PM, Blogger Navjot Kashyap said...

2DJ
You knowledge of movies and songs is impeccable. Yes background of HANK is also excellent.

2Kaush
First of all thanks for visiting my blog after a long time. I have been doing great! How are things at your end? I went to your blog but your latest post is password protected! Whats the password? lol!

2Anz
Thanks for coming here. Yes Aate Jaate is better - but sometimes I have also found the second one better - depends upon the state of mind, I suppose

 

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