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Lyrics / Video of Song : Teri Duniya Me Dil Lagta Nahi, Vapas Bula Le
teri duniya me dil lagtaa nahi, vapas bula le
mai sajde me gira hun, mujhko ai malik utha le
bahaar aai thi kismat ne magar ye gul khilaya
jalaya aashiyaan saiyyad ne, par noch dale
mujhko ai malik utha le
bhanvar ka sar na chakrae na dil lahro ka dube
ye kashti aap kar di maine tufaa ke havale
mujhko ai malik utha le
Top user comments for lyrics of song "Teri Duniya Me Dil Lagta Nahi, Vapas Bula Le"
P Vijay on Saturday, February 23, 2013 Excellent lyrics of Kedar Sharma and equally melodious and suiting
composition by that great music composer Roshan [ Roshanlal Nagrath ] for
the words has made this song forever to remember ... Gone are the days when
music directors like Roshan used to come out with one great song after
another which which remained in the minds of people for ever. तेरी
दुनिया में दिल लगता नहीं, वापस बुला ले मैं सजदे में गिरा हूँ, मुझको ऐ मालिक
उठा ले ..
rafisolanki on Wednesday, October 26, 2011 Only thoughts can go back to this black and white movie song of 1950,we can not reverse the time.The great Mukeshji's this song,I like most, for my maternal brother, i.e.uncle took me to see this movie, when I was 8 yrs.old.60 yrs.have already elapsed to this song,but its freshness is as it should have been and we like to listen this song every now then.Thanks for uploading such a nice song. (26.10.2011).
Colonel Rao on Sunday, December 11, 2011 Excellent song by Mukeshji and is evergreen. Truly the god has taken away
him earlier as per his request and deprived all of us. But that is the way
of destiny. In fact songs of Mukeshji sung prior to 1955 are extemly good
and had very good poetry, tunes and were highly had Saigal sahibs effect on
him whom he revered very highly.No doubt he wasa master singer of all sad
rumahale on Thursday, September 13, 2012 I agree. When the trio i.e. lyricist, composer and singer has synergy the
effect will be great. And, the genuine viewers will give credit to trio,
unlike most of the viewers who give credit only to the singer. I am of your
generation to appreciate old gold and also the combined effect of trio in
the songs. Regards.
reverseswing on Wednesday, January 09, 2013 Masterpiece composed by one of my favourite composers Roshan Lal Sahib.
Undoubtedly one of the five best songs of Mukesh ji. Mukesh sang immortal
songs between late 40s and middle 50s. Credit goes to legendary Music
Director Anil Biswas for lifting Mukesh up to such heights ... 'Jeevan
Sapna Toot Gaya...'
syed abdul Razack on Saturday, September 15, 2012 During this time kundan lal sehgal was famous and this song have the
resumblence of k l sehgal mukesh is very fine in the sad song and light
classical very nice upload.
Surender Bhutani on Friday, July 12, 2013 An amazing song penned by Kedar Sharma. Roshan was helped by Anil Biswas in
composing this song. Mukesh is very soulful. Dr Surender Bhutani Warsaw
KHAN1561 on Monday, March 18, 2013 lovel song mukesh ji is the king of tragic songs,raj uncle is the onlyone
who is prefect for mukesh ji we love them thanks sir
piyaal7up on Tuesday, June 12, 2012 This song is one of the best of immortal singer Mukesh. The voice pattern
and texture resembles to an extent with KL Saigal .
muhammad niazi on Sunday, June 14, 2015 A very sad and melodious song that certainly takes me back to that
care-free Era. It seems like a misty dream.