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Lyrics / Video of Song : Woh Subah Kabhi To Aayegi

vo subah kabhi to aayegi,  vo subah kabhi to aayegi
in kaali sadiyo ke sar se, jab raat kaa aachal dhalakegaa
jab ambar jhum ke naachegi, jab dharati nagame gaaegi
vo subah kabhi to aayegi 

jis subah ki khaatir jug-jug se,
ham sab mar-mar ke jite hai
jis subah ki amr^it ki dhun me, ham zahar ke pyaale pite hai
in bhukhi pyaasi ruho par, ek din to karam faramaayegi
vo subah kabhi to aayegi 

maanaa ke abhi tere mere in aramaano ki, kimat kuchh nahi
mitti kaa bhi hai kuchh mol magar,
inasaano ki kimat kuchh bhi nahi
inasaano ki izzat jab jhuthe sikko me naa toli jaayegi
vo subah kabhi to aayegi 

daulat ke liye ab aurat ki,  ismat ko naa bechaa jaayegaa
chaahat ko naa kuchalaa jaayegaa,  gairat ko naa bechaa jaayegaa
apani kaali karatuto par,  jab ye duniyaa sharamaayegi
vo subah kabhi to aayegi 

bitege kabhi to din aakhir,  ye bhukh aur bekaari ke
tutege kabhi to but aakhir,  daulat ki ijaaredaari ki
ab ek anokhi duniyaa ki, buniyaad uthaai jaayegi
vo subah kabhi to aayegi 

majabur budhaapaa jab suni,  raaho me dhul na phekegaa
maasum ladakapan jab gadi,  galiyo me bhikh naa maangegaa
hak maangane vaalo ko,  jis din suli na dikhaai jaayegi
vo subah kabhi to aayegi

lyrics of song Woh Subah Kabhi To Aayegi

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nandu1f on Wednesday, February 03, 2010
@tanhaa1: You quoted a good line indeed to make your point, I concede. But here is another from same movie.."Jitni bhi buildinge' thi, setho ne' baant li hein", an example of Sahir extreme lyrics. Although poetic license & hyperbole are accepted literary devices, "profound" sounding socialist falshoods become political tools. I favor Sahir's pining-heart love songs. One of his gem is from Light House, N.Datta composition.."Tang Aa chuke' hain.. sung by Asha.

Voltairec on Monday, November 21, 2011
Insaanoke keemat jab jhoote sikkey mein tholi najayegi..entire philosophy in one sentence..hats off to Sahir. I heard from my eldest brother that there was a ban initially on this movie specifically for the searing lyrics.Sahir raised his voice even when everyone was kowtowing to Nehru by his fearless poetry, in effect a scathing commentary on social inequity, plunder and materialism! It's unfortunate that things have become much worse now.

nandu1f on Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Touching poetry. Immortal composition. I remember how I was swayed by the lofty sentiments listening to this song as a teenager. Looking back, the socialistic messages from the movie and poetry castigating the well-off for all the ills of the society feel so hollow. Being so utopian may be good escapism, but it is just delusional Urdu poetry. Sahir and Dostoevsky mislead one from own responsibility.

aceji on Friday, July 03, 2009
MEANING: That morning will dawn upoun us someday when clouds of pain will vanish and ocean of happiness will overflow. We consume poison today in the hope of finding nectar someday. The sky will dance of happiness and the earth will sing melody.We die daily for centuries in the hope of a happy dawn. Once a luck will shine on us hungry,thirsty souls. THAT MORNING WILL COME ONE DAY.

V. Siddhartha on Thursday, December 04, 2008
Very well put, Ivan. John Keats said, If winter comes, can spring be far behind? Sahir was our Keats, except that the hope amid despair was always more slender and fragile in Sahir's poetry. The true state of our world is better rendered in Sahir's poetry. So his words always move us ,and the effect is doubled when two heavenly voices sing them, as here.

yogendra khokhar on Thursday, June 25, 2009
What a song! Mukesh was simply out of this world. Alongwith Kishore and Rafi,he gave something unforgettable.I feel both Mukesh and Asha remained a bit unused and did not get their due because of their more illustrious colleagues.Possibly, Mukesh could not come to terms with the changing times and innovate.But he was great. No two views about that.

Jagjit Singh Ishar on Monday, August 29, 2011
the message to the downtrodden,wake & rise 2 the occassion 2 change ur fate. every cloud has a silver lining. our salutes to gr8 sahir sahib, khayyam, mukesh & asha bhonsle. the other version of the song by mukesh is equally meaningful. marvellous upload.

KhalidAsgharRadioPak on Saturday, March 13, 2010
*ChalChitraRasik*, a YouTube channel up loaded this excellent RARE melody. It is a SIMPLE melody to sing, but some times, it is difficult to express a SIMPLE melody with FULL convincing expression. The great Mukesh sang quite perfect. Khalid Asghar.

prabhat kumar basant on Monday, December 08, 2008
The softness of the voice, the fragility of hope have been melded into an extraordinarily beautiful song. Thanks to Khayyam, Mukesh, Asha and most of all Sahir. Thank you for uploading the song.

aceji on Friday, July 03, 2009
An exceptional song depicting PAIN,SORROW-yet HOPE AND ASPIRATIONS OF DOWNTROADEN OF THIS MISERABLE WORLD. Old song but still true and ever effective. IMMORTAL MUKESHJI WITH ASHAJI.

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Film cast: Raj Kapoor, Mala Sinha, Rehman, Leela Chitnis, Nana Palsikar, Tun Tun, Mubarak, Jagdish Sethi, Kamal Kapoor
Singer: Asha Bhosle, Mohammed Rafi, Mukesh
Lyricist: Sahir Ludhianvi
Music Director: Khayyam
Film Director: Ramesh Saigal
Film Producer: Ramesh Saigal
External Links: Phir Subah Hogi at IMDB    Phir Subah Hogi at Wikipedia

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