Thursday, March 12, 2009

Tere Bina Jiya Jaaye Na

I completely adore all the songs of this movie. All of them are fantastic and I think that's because it's RDB's work. Of course, with due credits to the singers but it's not often that the entire soundtrack turns out this good. This is one of those rare films where each and every song is simply fantastic! The film is alerady on the to-be-watched list... hopefully... some day. :)

Vinod Mehra is entirely handsome and Rekha so good looking... it's even fun to watch them. The beautifully penned lyrics by Gulzar ji once again convey messages of hearts that are felt more often, rarely described so precisely.


F: tere bina jiya jaaye na (4)
bin tere tere bin saajna
saans mein saans aaye na
ho ho ho ho

tere bina jiya jaaye na (2)
bin tere tere bin saajna
saans mein saans aaye na
ho ho ho ho

tere bina jiya jaaye na

(jab bhi khayaalon mein tu aaye
mere badan se khushbu aaye) (2)
mehke badan mein rahaa na jaaye
rahaa jaaye na
tere bina jiya jaaye na (2)
bin tere tere bin saajna
saans mein saans aaye na
tere bina jiya jaaye na (2)

(reshmi raaten roz na hongi
yeh saugaaten roz na hongi) (2)
zindigi tujh bin raas na aaye
raas aaye na

M: tere bina jiya jaaye na (2)
bin tere tere bin saajna
saans mein saans aaye na
ho ho ho ho
tere bina jiya jaaye na



Film: Ghar (1978)
Singers: Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar
Music Director: R.D. Burman
Lyrics: Gulzar
Picturized on: Rekha Ganeshan, Vinod Mehra

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Java said...

Finally.. now we are talking! Glad there's an R D Burman song in your collection! Good good!

Kanan said...

Anon, thanks for the info. Appreciate it.

Java, aah an ardent RDB fan, eh! I like his work, just that I'm still stuck in the good ol' 60s so it's hard to move away from there. I'll dig up my files to listen to more Panchamda one of these days... thanks :)