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Lyrics / Video of Song : Ae Mere Dil Kahin Aur Chal (Fast Version)
aye mere dil kahee aaur chal
gam kee duniyaan se dil bhar gayaa
dhoondh le ab koee ghar nayaa
chal jahaa gam ke maare naa ho
zoothhee aashaa ke taare naa ho
un bahaaron se kyaa faayadaa
jis mein dil kee kalee jal gayee
jakhma fir se haraa ho gayaa
chaar aansoo koee ro liyaa
fer ke muh koee chal diyaa
loot rahaa thaa kisee kaa jahaa
dekhatee rah gayee ye jameen
choop rahaa berahum aasamaan
Top user comments for lyrics of song "Ae Mere Dil Kahin Aur Chal (Fast Version)"
RealMusicKing on Monday, March 05, 2012 Hello Yuan and thank you very much. This, slower version is hardly recognised by any Talat or Dilip fans. The faster one was a smash hit. This was was also sung by Lata in slower and in sad mood. Lyric of this was by Shailendra. Hum Dard Ke Maron Ka and Koi Nahin Mera Is Duniya Mein were penned by Hasrat Jaipuri. Regards
chandrashekharjain on Friday, August 20, 2010 Very melodious song by Talat Mahmood
And picturized on the tragedy king Dilip Kumar
Thanks for sharing
P.K. ANILKUMAR ( HINDI MELODY BYTES ) on Thursday, October 22, 2015 ऐ मेरे दिल कहीं और चल
ग़म की दुनिया से दिल भर गया
ढूँढ ले अब कोई घर नया
चल जहाँ ग़म के मारे न हो
झूठी आशा के तारे न हो
उन बहारों से क्या फ़ायदा
जिस में दिल की कली जल गयी
जख्म फिर से हरा हो गया
चार आँसू कोई रो दिया
फेर के मुँह कोई चल दिया
लूट रहा था किसी का जहां
देखती रह गयी ये ज़मीन
चूप रहा बेरहम आसमान
srnath123 on Thursday, July 02, 2009 As a music lover who has listened to them for years (including thousands of
songs Yesudas has sung in 4 south indian languages) , there is no doubt in
my mind that these three are in the same league. One cannot say who is the
best though. Talat excelled in soulful rendering, Rafi in melodies and
Yesudas in totally difficult classical based compositions. But hey, to each
his own. We can agree to disagree. and a 7 time national award winner
doesn't need my plug :)
srnath123 on Friday, July 03, 2009 That is a list with very impressive names. The only issue I see with names
in there, expect Kishore Kumar's is that they haven't proven their
versatility in singing all kinds of songs. Mahendra Kapoor - Nostalgic "gum
bhari" songs Hemant da - poignant Songs expert Ghulam Ali - Ghazal king..
Kishore sang all kinds of songs, so did S.P.B, but I feel they don't quite
fit into the category of these three because their voices are not as divine
as this trio's.
yuanyuanyuanyin on Thursday, April 16, 2009 You are most welcome, my dear Sri Lankan friend.
As you will be able to see, all what I have posted here are still very much popular in Sri Lanka, though they are very old. Many of them have our local language versions too.
I too wish you and the family too a very happy and a prosperous New Year.
May God bless all of you.
rumahale on Sunday, December 09, 2012 Memorable presentation - an evergreen classic in the landmark that needs no
introduction. I am mentioning about the movie and the song. It is nice of
you in taking all possible initiatives to preserve the treasures. The
present day generation has scant respect to appreciate the contribution
from the legends. Thank you.
MAYOGARDENS on Tuesday, May 18, 2010 It was Talat Mahood who had the honor to sing the greatest song in the
history of music. A masterpiece tune composed by no other than Shankar
Jaikishan. Filmed on Dalip Kumar. A great mile stone in the history of
music. I must have played this this tune thousands of time. Lahori Munda
from New York
P.K. ANILKUMAR ( HINDI MELODY BYTES ) on Thursday, October 22, 2015 This, slower version is hardly recognised by any Talat or Dilip fans. The
faster one was a smash hit. This was was also sung by Lata in slower and in
sad mood. Lyric of this was by Shailendra. Hum Dard Ke Maron Ka and Koi
Nahin Mera Is Duniya Mein were penned by Hasrat Jaipuri. Regards
COMBATAVIATOR on Thursday, June 12, 2008 i heard that talat used to sing plenty of joyful songs before his brother
died... he took his brothers death to his heart a bit too much and then he
sand plenty of sad songs and u can really feel the sadness in his voice
(anybody confirms what i have heard?)