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Ada, Jaane tu ya Jaane na -ham tho hain  dono pe fida !




Wow!
The Wizard is back .. now with a double dhamaka ..
two releases at a time - ADA and Jaane Tu ya Jaane na ..
The music is just amazing . Must hear for people who love Music and yes
of course the man - ARR himself .
how can me and my bro - both a ARR craze - die hard fans be not hear this new track -it s simply great to hear his music .
please do listen to both the albums .

Jaane tu ya Jaane na is a movie by a debut director Abbas tyrewala , produced by Aamir (again a fav) introducing his nephew Imran with Genelia as a lead pair . There are 7 songs
Every track has some best feeling about it , yes of course Kabhie kabhie , Pappu cant dance and Tu bolo are great followed by the rest . and be sure it will grow on you the more you hear ..

Ada has some 10 tracks in all , of which one is an instrumental of the Mehrbaan track and one is that ishq ada in male and female seperate tracks .

Must say ARR's voice has given the best one- Meherbaan .. its great . Only one seems to be lost out that Udit's song , and another tu meri hai .. seems to be ok ok .. rest amazing ones .. 
that tu mera hai is good but seems to be average and something familiar . ie all .
anyways its grea t to hear this genius .. Please listen to the track .

By the way , Jaane tu ya jaane na's - Kabhie kabhie and Tu bole mein boloon  lyrics is here ..
great lyrics too ..thought will share .


This is Kabhi Kabhi aditi  from Jaane tu ya jaane na .-Rashid Ali is the singer , Abbas Tyrewala s the lyricist .

Kabhi kabhi aditi zindagi me yu hi koi apna lagta hai…
Kabhi kabhi aditi wo bichad jaye to ek sapna lagta hai…
Aise me koi kaise apne aasuon ko behne se roke…
Aur kaise koi soch de evrythings gonna b ok...

Kaibhi kabhi to lage zindgi me rahi na khushi aur na maza…
Kabhi kabhi to lage har din mushkil aur har pal ik saza…
Aise me koi kaise muskuraye aur has de khush hoke..
Aur kaise koi soch de evrythigns gonna b ok…


Soch zara jaane jana tujh ko hum kitna chahte hain…
Rote hain hum bhi agar teri aakhon me aasun aate hain…
Gaana to aata nahi hai magar fir bhi hum gaate hain..

Hey aditi maan kabhi kabhi sare jahan me andhera hota hai…
Lekin raat ke bad hi savera hota hai…

Kabhi kabhi aditi zindagi me yu hi koi apna lagta hai…
Kabhi kabhi aditi wo bichad jaye to ek sapna lagta hai…
Hey aditi has de has de has de has de has de has de tu zara…
Nahi to bas thoda thoda thoda thoda thoda thoda muskura…

Tu khush hai to lage ki jahan me chayi hai khushi…
Suraj nikle badlon se aur baaten zindgi…
Sun to zara madhosh hawa tujhse kehne lagi…
Ke aditi hoth bichadte hi ek nai me din fir mil jate…
Ki aditi jaane tu ya jaane na phool fir khil jaate hain…


Kabhi kabhi aditi zindagi me yu hi koi apna lagta hai…
Kabhi kabhi aditi wo bichad jaye to ek sapna lagta hai…
Hey aditi has de has de has de has de has de has de tu zara…
Nahi to bas thoda thoda thoda thoda thoda thoda muskura…

Hey aditi has de has de has de has de has de has de tu zara…
Nahi to bas thoda thoda thoda thoda thoda thoda muskura





Tu bole - Rahman himself has done this track lyricist is the director himself .

Tu bole Glass adha Khali, mein bolu adha bhara --
Mein Bolu kithna saara, tu bole zara zara --
Mein bolu din hai tho, tu bole raat nahi --
baat tho wahin hain na, bas wahi baat nahi --
baat tho hai bas yahi ke, meri baat bas
Jaane tu jaane tu ya jaane na! --
maane tu maane tu ya maane na! (2) --
Tu soche zindagi hai , yeh na badlegi kabhi --
mein sochu sab badaltha hai, tu na badalegi kabhi --
mein sochu tu hi tu, mera koi aur nahi --
tu soche mein hu tera, bas tera koi aur nahi --
koi aur ho ya na ho , tu hai mein hu bas --
Jaane tu jaane tu ya jaane na! --
maane tu maane tu ya maane na! (2)

I dont have any other lyrics - got just the two so thought will share .Hope you liked it ,Enjoy !They are just lovely meaningful lyrics !Take care , Adios !


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