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Lyrics / Video of Song : Lve Been Waiting For The Moonlight
i've been waiting for the moonlight
i've been waiting for the lonely sky
all night, stranger in an own life
i've been waiting for the life time for you
kabhi toh aaye dabe paaon se tu, mere khuwabon mein
hey you, hold me closer, closer to you
itne paas ke main ban jaaun teri khushboo
i've been waiting waiting
waiting for the moonlight for you
jaan haari, dil haare, lagey mujhe jeetna ve
agan jo laagi har din ko nit rain jala ve
tu bhi toh aave na kaise rab jaane
ek aanch bhi rahe sheetal si meri rooh
i've been waiting for the moonlight
i've been waiting for the lonely sky all night
kyun uss paar tu
kyun iss kinaare tanha khada main yeh sochta
hoti agar tu saath ulfat par
haath tera na chodta, kabhi na main chodta
i've been waiting, waiting waiting all
my life for the lonely sky
i've been waiting for a life time for you
Top user comments for lyrics of song "Lve Been Waiting For The Moonlight"
ganesh19991 on Sunday, January 30, 2011 @aatha75 jazz genre songs are all of same type the main thing is improvisation, if you follow the jazz genre you will know there are 1000s of songs like these which follow the same pattern, even before the nat kings unforgettable, just think before making such a comment, arr is a world renowned composer if these song was composed in some hollywood movie arr international fan following would have shot sky high instead arr gave these music in indian movie where audience are cant accept jazz
ad75093 on Thursday, August 02, 2012 This is a beautiful song. Vijay yesudas sung it amazingly superb. It beat
hollywood songs. some guys don't even know Vijay is a multi language singer
and he had several hits in last year. listen to his EE puzhayum, akelayo,
nee paartha, Oru madhurakinavin re mix, latest mazhakondu mathram spirit
film song. he sang beautiful songs in Kannada too. there are several songs.
Vijay is doing super since 2007. What a golden voice and feel!
ganesh19991 on Sunday, January 30, 2011 @dinesh2002 I agree with you. no other composer has used jazz in indian cinema maybe except few old mds, like arr.maybe because indian audience is still not prepared to accept these genre because of their lack of knowledge they just want same dance numbers ,one of these reasons JHS is not a popular album even though it is musically a class act.
ganesh19991 on Sunday, January 30, 2011 @aatha75 you dont have to be a fan of anyone to differentiate between genre coincidence and plagiarism you just need to have some common sense. If you love arr music than respect it, plagiarism is a sensitive issue use such commets only if you find something direct like pritam, or other composers.
azhar bhai on Tuesday, November 09, 2010 Wow awesome .speechless...Great composition..AR Rehman..and
excellent rendering from the singer Vijay Yesudas...Guess he is a new
singer but his singing style is apt for the song ...donno much abt him ...I
Guess this is his first song...but hats off to ARR & Vijay
Kol Kan on Sunday, January 30, 2011 @dinesh2002 How do you know how much I know about music? Don't take
fanboyism to extremes. I love Rahman's music...well,most of it. So just
because I point out a plagiarism, don't insinuate that I do not have the
knowledge to comment about it.
Ravi Kumar on Thursday, December 23, 2010 @azharbhai123 vijay yesudas is not a new singer he is awell established
singer in south and more over is son of famous legendry sing
yesudas.he is also judge in many talent shows in south...
Ravi Kumar on Thursday, December 23, 2010 vijay yesudas is not a new singer he is awell established singer in south
and more over is son of famous legendry sing yesudas.he is also judge
in many talent shows in south...
Dinesh Scaran on Sunday, January 30, 2011 @aatha75 all the songs in this Genre will sound similar. Please know about
Music to actually comment on its technicality please. t.C...
Kol Kan on Thursday, January 20, 2011 Nat King Cole is probably turning in his grave with this
copy.disappointed with Rahman!