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Today (31 july 2015) is the last day of the week as well as the month. But that is not how this date is remembered by music lovers. Most music lovers, whether casual music lovers or serious ones know this date like the back of their hands. It was on this day in 1980 that Rafi passed away. He was just 56 years of age at that time and his stars were on the ascendancy again when fate willed otherwise on that day 35 years ago.

Lots and lots of things have been discussed about Rafi the gifted singer and Rafi the humble individual. He is one person who gets remembered by music lovers almost every day of the year. We in this blog have been discussing one Rafi song daily on an average right from the time this blog was started over seven years ago. The very first post in this blog on 19 july 2008 discussed a Rafi song ! The 100th and 200th post of this blog discussed Rafi songs as did the 4000th, 7000th and 9000th posts of this blog. In all, this blog has so far covered 2430 Rafi songs and we are around the halfway mark as far as discussing all Rafi songs are concerned. Hopefully we will reach a stage when we will have discussed all avaailable Rafi songs in the blog. Even today, this blog is perhaps the biggest online collection of Rafi songs in one place.

Lots of music lovers, groups, forums, tv channels etc discuss Rafi songs on this occasion. Most media discuss well known songs that most people are already familiar and they keep getting discussed many times throughout the year during various music related occasions. We in this blog do not repeat a song that has been discussed in the past. So every new discussion in this blog is a song that have not been covered before. So there are no short cuts, and no recycling of the same usual songs for us in the blog. Most Rafi songs that we will discuss today are songs that are rather less heard and known among music lovers. Less heard they may be, but they are all gems.

Here is a song from “Kangan”(1959) on this occasion. This song is sung by Rafi. Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Chitragupta.

HFGK has this remark for this song-“it appears that this song was later on deleted from the movie. Going by the video of this song, it is seen that the song was very much there in the movie. We can see from the picturisation that the song is picturised as a background song as Nirupa Roy is shown wandering outdoors in bad weather conditions.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Nitin Shah.

With this song, the eighth song from this movie to appear in the blog, “Kangan”(1959) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Aandhiyaan gham ki chalti hain chalne bhi de (Kangan)(1959) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Chitragupta

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

zindagi jisne tujhe di hai ae
mitaayega wohi ee
ye diya jisne jalaaya hai
bujhaayega wohi

andhiyaan gham ki chalti hain chalne bhi de
jal sake jab talak shamma jalne bhi de
andhiyan gham ki

degi khushiyon ki barkha ye kaali ghata
apne haathon na apna diya tu bujha
degi khushiyon ki barkha ye kaali ghata
apne haatho na apna diya tu bujha
sabr kar ye ghadi gham ki talne bhi de
jal sake jab talak shamma jalne bhi de
aandhiyaan gham ki

dhoop mein chhaanv hai chaanv mein dhoop hai
har niraasha mein asha ka ik roop hai
dhoop mein chhaanv hai chaanv mein dhoop hai
har niraasha mein asha ka ik roop hai
dard palta hai dil mein to palne bhi de
jal sake jab talak shamma jalne bhi de
aandhiyaan gham ki

zindagi de rahi hai tujhe ye sada
o o o o
zindagi de rahi tujhe ye sada
jaanewaale na ja aaaa
meri mehfil mein aaaa
jaanewaale na ja
meri mehfil mein aaa
kaafila zindagi ka yeh chalne bhi de
jal sake jab talak shamma jalne bhi de
aandhiyaan gham ki chalti hain chalne bhi de
jal sake jab talak shamma jalne bhi de
aandhiyaan gham ki


This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

एक सागर है, आवाज़ का, जिसमे डूबे ही रहने को मन करता है।

These are times to be thankful.  And to feel blessed.  That we are living in the times when this treasure of music was created.  We continue to search and explore and continue finding gems, obscure gems, unheard gems, lost gems – songs that were once created with a lot of enthusiasm and zeal.  Yes, these are times to feel blessed that these gems are available and accessible. I am really anxious about the day, and shrink away from the thought – the day when we will have no more songs of Rafi Sb to post.  Life will continue, no doubt.  It has a relentlessness built into it.  But then, we will be carrying with us, an emptiness – that there are no more “unheard” songs to search for.

Maybe that day will come, some day.  But then till that time, it is still the time to be thankful.  To be thankful that there are songs, such as the one in this post, that we are hearing for maybe the first time.  When I recently got the recordings of the songs of film ‘Madan Manjari’ (1961), and heard this song for the first time, I was simply besides myself with an unbelievable contentment – wow, we still have this wonderful song to be shared and posted.  Searching on the net, I could immediately find it posted.  And I found value in the adage that says “ignorance is a bliss”.  That I was ignorant of this song; and then I became aware of it; and the pleasure this song brought to my heart. As only the voice of Rafi Sb can.

This piece is vintage Rafi Sb, and I wonder that this is not well known, that this is not included in his selections, that it has been obscured by the sands of time.  Somehow I am not able to say enough about the lightheartedness I am feeling, as I have continued to listen to this song, again and again, over the past few days.  The relaxed pace, the softness of expressions, the trailing sounds that leave behind an ecstatic contentment – a song that is a meaning for a life to be lived.  A life to be lived in love, losing and winning the game all at the same time – “Dil Ki Baazi Jeet Ke Bhi Haare. . .

The words of this song come from the pen of Hasrat Jaipuri.  The music comes from the mind of Sardar Malik.  And the underplayed elation that is carried in the voice, makes you feel the happiness of the expression.  Need to know no more.  Just want to continue to listen.  To this voice that seems to be descending from the heavens.

Rafi Sb – 56 years treading this material existence, and 35 more since he bid goodbye to it.  And I, like a small child, listening to his voice, and believing – he has been singing thus, forever before, and that he will continue to sing forever.  The sound in the winds may fade away, but the sound in the alleyways of the mind will continue to play, forever and more.

Song – Dil Ki Baazi Jeet Ke Bhi Haare (Madan Manjari) (1961) Singer – Mohammed  Rafi, Lyrics – Hasrat Jaipuri, MD – Sardar Malik

Lyrics

dil ki baazi jeet ke bhi ha..aa..are
ho gaye
is tareh
pyaar ki isha..aa..are
dil ki baazi jeet ke bhi ha..aa..are
ho gaye
is tareh
pyaar ki isha..aa..are
dil ki baazi jeet ke bhi ha..aa..are. .

aaa haa haa
oo ho..oo

dekh kar kisi ko hosh kho gaye
ik nazar mein hum kisi ke ho gaye
haaye re wo saamna
dil pada hai thaamna
phir rahe hain aankh mein nazaare
dil ki baazi jeet ke bhi ha..aa..are
ho gaye
is tareh
pyaar ki isha..aa..are
dil ki baazi jeet ke bhi ha..aa..are. .

jab ke naache wo to jhoome zindagi
uske har kadam pe baaje raagini
ik pari jamaal hai
aisi mast chaal hai
jaise morni ke hon ishaare
dil ki baazi jeet ke bhi ha..aa..are
ho gaye
is tareh
pyaar ki isha..aa..are
dil ki baazi jeet ke bhi ha..aa..are. .

aaa haa haa
oo oo..oo

yaad uski zindagi ke saath hai
uski har adaa mein ek baat hai
pyaar ki kitaab hai
wo to lajawaab hai
jo bhi dekhe jaan apni wa..aa..are
dil ki baazi jeet ke bhi ha..aa..are. .

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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दिल की बाज़ी जीत के भी हा॰॰आरे
हो गए
इस तरह
प्यार के इशा॰॰आरे
दिल की बाज़ी जीत के भी हा॰॰आरे
हो गए
इस तरह
प्यार के इशा॰॰आरे
दिल की बाज़ी जीत के भी हा॰॰आरे

आ हा हा
ओ॰॰ हो॰॰ओ

देख कर किसी को होश खो गए
इक नज़र में हम किसी के हो गए
हाय रे वो सामना
दिल पड़ा है थामना
फिर रहे हैं आँख में नज़ा॰॰आरे
दिल की बाज़ी जीत के भी हा॰॰आरे
हो गए
इस तरह
प्यार के इशा॰॰आरे
दिल की बाज़ी जीत के भी हा॰॰आरे

जब के नाचे वो तो झूमे ज़िंदगी
उसके हर कदम पे बाजे रागिनी
इक परी जमाल है
ऐसी मस्त चाल है
जैसे मोरनी के हों इशा॰॰आरे
दिल की बाज़ी जीत के भी हा॰॰आरे
हो गए
इस तरह
प्यार के इशा॰॰आरे
दिल की बाज़ी जीत के भी हा॰॰आरे

आ हा हा
ओ॰॰ ओ॰॰ओ

याद उसकी ज़िंदगी के साथ है
उसकी हर अदा में एक बात है
प्यार की किताब है
वो तो लाजवाब है
जो भी देखे जान अपनी वा॰॰आरे
दिल की बाज़ी जीत के भी हा॰॰आरे


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Today is the 31st of July.

For lovers of Hindi music, especially that of yesteryear, this date has a special significance and immediate recall.

This is the date, 35 years ago, that Mohammad Rafi (who I always refer to as Rafisaab), left us.

It is a date that still fills many of us with a sense of sorrow. Sure, everybody has to go some time but the universal feeling is that Rafisaab left us too soon. He was not even 56 when he passed away. And it’s not as if he was ailing for a long time. His death was about as unexpected as they come.

Anyway, nobody has control over these matters. Whenever I think about it, I end up only being grateful for the time that he DID have here, and for what he did with that time.

You can live a 100 years and not make the slightest difference to anybody’s life. Or you can live 56 (or even less, like many others have) and make an impact. I am reminded of a Rafisaab song from my childhood sau baras ki zindagi se achhe hain, pyar ke do chaar din.

And what an impact!

The value of the legacy of songs that Rafisaab has left behind for generations to listen to and enjoy, is immeasurable.

As is the love in the millions of hearts that he won. His voice apart, Rafisaab was supposed to be an exceptional human being. Stories of his kindness abound – that only adds to the love people have for him, and endears him to generations that didn’t know him personally.

As for me, ever since Rafisaab won me over, many summers ago when I was still a young boy surrounded by Kishoreda magic, with his o duniya ke rakhwaale playing on radio, I have never looked back.

Regulars here know what Rafisaab means to me. I’ve written often about him here, especially on his birth/death anniversary.

While starting on this post, I wasn’t sure what specifically I should write about today. Having already written a lot about Rafisaab in the past, I don’t want to repeat myself. Besides, I don’t want to discuss aspects of his life or songs that are anyway discussed by everybody all the time.

In this connection, another thing sometimes bothers me. I grew up in the 70s – and, to be honest, most of Rafisaab’s career and fame happened before that. So most of it is secondhand for me, whereas there are Atulites here who have experienced it firsthand. They are far more competent to talk about his career than I am. At the most, I can add my two cents for the 70s.

And that is what I want to touch upon today.

It is well-known that Kishore Kumar swept the industry in 1969 with songs of Aradhana. From then on, his domination for the next decade and more, was so overpowering that songs of other male singers stand out more by exception than by rule.

All singers might have felt the impact of Kishore Kumar’s sudden popularity but for the likes of Mukesh and Manna Dey, the impact would have been minimal. They had their own style and niche following – composers used them for specific types of songs. That didn’t change.
The change was felt most by Rafisaab. His No.1 position had been taken away by Kishore Kumar almost overnight.

From what I’ve read, Rafisaab was much affected by this and even began having self-doubt. Imagine, Rafisaab having doubt about his own ability! Apparently, Naushad, who has not just composed some of Rafisaab’s most memorable songs, but was also a very good friend and confidant, talked to Rafisaab and assured him that he had nothing to fear about his ability.

In the first half of the 70s, Kishore’s domination meant that Rafisaab was heard more as exception than otherwise. He had his “aaj mausam bada beimaan hai” from “Loafer”, “badi door se aaye hain” from “Samjhauta”, his “humko to jaan se pyari hai tumhari aankhen” from “Naina”, his “mera mann tera pyaasa” from Gambler. He delivered hits for Yaadon Ki Baaraat, his teri bindiya re for Abhimaan is memorable even today, his teri galiyon mein na rakhenge kadam won him an award. Yet, these were few and far between.

It was in the second half of the decade that Rafisaab came right back into reckoning. Many claim that it was Amar Akbar Anthony (1977) that got him back – and it might well be so – but I personally think it was Laila Majnu (1976) which should be credited with his comeback. The film might not have had quite a blockbuster hit like parda hai parda but songs like is reshmi paazeb and tere dar pe aaya hoon were popular too.

Anyway, it doesn’t matter. What matters is that Rafisaab was back!

Parda hai parda became a superhit. His other songs in Amar Akbar Anthony were also successful and things began looking up again. Hum Kisise Kam Nahin, starring Rishi Kapoor, was released a few months later – and its songs too became a rage. Rafisaab shone once again – his chand mera dil, his ye ladka hai allah duet with Asha Bhosle, his hai agar dushman qawwali were all hits. But the biggest hit of the film was easily his kya hua tera waada, which won him not just a Filmfare award but also his only National Film Award.

Suddenly, there was a buzz about him – and from 1977 till his death, I think he did just fine. He had hits in Abdullah, Sargam, Karz, Apnapan, Suhaag, The Burning Train, Qurbani and Aap To Aise Na The, among others.

I remember being very happy for him – I used to look forward to his songs. For example, though Om Shanti Om of Karz was extremely popular, I always preferred dard-e-dil. The variations in the song fascinated me.

Obviously, the voice of Rafisaab in the late 70s wasn’t quite like his voice of the 50s and 60s. It was only natural that with age, his voice would also undergo change.

Or so I thought.

And that brings me to the song of today.

It is from a little-known film called Haiwaan (1977). Little-known for me, at least, because I’d never heard of it till I came across it by accident a few days ago while looking for Deb Mukherjee films.

Apparently it’s a horror film, starring Deb Mukherjee, Joy Mukherjee, Ram Mukherjee and Toy Mukherjee. So, pretty much a Mukherjee family coup. :-)

Most interestingly though, I stumbled upon this Rafisaab song in the film. When I listened to it, I was delighted. Not surprising, because Rafisaab songs usually delight me anyway. :-) Then what was different here?

What surprised me most was his voice in this particular song. It had all the characteristics of a typical 1960s Rafisaab catchy number. In fact, I closed my eyes to listen to it – and I felt as if it was a Joy Mukherjee 1960s song. Or even a Johnny Walker 1950s song! Unless this song was recorded much earlier and released only in 1977 for this film, it is quite astonishing.

But then, Rafisaab never failed to surprise me – and I was just so thrilled to come across this song that I decided I would post it here on his death anniversary.

The song is picturised on actors I cannot recognize – maybe somebody can help? The ones I think I can recognize are Prema Narayan, Deb Mukherjee and Ramesh Deo.

The music is by Bappi Lahiri. Till much of his music came for criticism in the 80s, Bappi Lahiri’s music was quite fun to listen to, if a bit loud at times.

Please listen to this now, with eyes closed. And tell me if it doesn’t feel like vintage Rafisaab of the 60s. :-)

As I sign off, I just want to say: Rafisaab, we will NEVER forget you. You will ALWAYS remain in our hearts. Thank you for all that you have given us. Words cannot express our gratitude to you.


Song-O hamdam jhoom le zara (Haiwaan)(1977) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Pradeep Roy Chaudhary, MD-Bappi Lahiri

Lyrics

O hamdam jhoom le zaraa
Ki mausam bhi hai pyaar ka
Jahaan ki fikr kyun karein
Jo tera dil hai meherbaan
O hamdam jhoom le zaraa
Ki mausam bhi hai pyaar ka
Jahaan ki fikr kyun karein
Jo tera dil hai meherbaan
O hamdam jhoom le zaraa

Sanam yoon dil pe chha gaye
Kahaani aam ho gayi
Chaman mein tum jo aa gaye
Har kali jaam ho gayi ee ee
Sanam yoon dil pe chha gaye
Kahaani aam ho gayi
Chaman mein tum jo aa gaye
Har kali jaam ho gayi
Jahaan ki fikr kyun karein
Jo tera dil hai meherbaan
O hamdam jhoom le zaraa
Ki mausam bhi hai pyaar ka
Jahaan ki fikr kyun karein
Jo tera dil hai meherbaan
O hamdam jhoom le zaraa aa aa

Jawaan mausam hai dil jawaan
Mohabbat kyun na hum karein
Mil gaye donon dil to phir
Kaise dil pe sitam karein
Jahaan ki fikr kyun karein
Jo tera dil hai meherbaan
O hamdam jhoom le zaraa
Ki mausam bhi hai pyaar ka
Jahaan ki fikr kyun karein
Jo tera dil hai meherbaan
O hamdam jhoom le zaraa

Bas itna chaahta hai dil
Sanam hum tere ho rahein
Husn ki shokhiyaan rahein
Ishq ki mastiyaan rahein
Bas itna chaahta hai dil
Sanam hum tere ho rahein
Husn ki shokhiyaan rahein
Ishq ki mastiyaan rahein
Jahaan ki fikr kyun karein
Jo tera dil hai meherbaan
O hamdam jhoom le zaraa
Ki mausam bhi hai pyaar ka
Jahaan ki fikr kyun karein
Jo tera dil hai meherbaan
O hamdam jhoom le zaraa


This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

“Mujhko mere baad zamaana dhoonde gaa”.
“Caravaan guzar gaya gubaar dekhte rahe”.
These were words that proved to be prophetic. In the monsoon of 1980 we had to bid good bye to The Mohd. Rafi.

It has been 35 years since Mohammad Rafi left this world. Unbelievable. Our statistics page says that there are around 4845 songs sung by him in Hindi films. (Wikipedia puts a figure of around 5000). And we are past 2400 (as per the latest updation). So we still have around 2400 songs to go. That means fodder for our blog for another few years I suppose. And all the fans of Rafisaab in our Atuldom can get to work to reach out to all his songs. It is actually not that difficult a job.
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If we in this blog pride ourselves in the fact that we “dig” (literally and figuratively) old and obscure songs and share our findings, there have been other HFM lovers who have dug out information about lesser known artists from the past and brought them to limelight. Greta (Memsaab) has done a yeoman’s service in helping bring lesser known faces of Hindi movies to limelight. It is because of her amazing researches on lesser known artists that we now remember the names of artists like Nazir Kashmiri, Laxmi Chhaayaa, Bela Bose, Ted Lyons etc. In fact, I became aware of lead artists like Shakila, Shyama etc mainly because of her articles in her blog. This was in addition to her love for artists like Shammi Kapoor, Dara Singh, Ranjeet etc, of course.
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“Dharti”(1970) was produced and directed by C V Sridhar for Chitralaya Productions Pvt Limited. The movie had Rajendra Kumar, Waheeda Rehman, Ajit, Balraj Sahni, Kamini Kaushal, Rajendra Nath, Kumkum, Sudesh Kumar, Pahadi Sanyal etc with Shivaji Ganeshan in a Guest appearance. This movie was the remake of a Tamil movie ‘Sivantha Mann'(1969).
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This article is written by Sudhir, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Entertaining Sales Pitch Songs – 10
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[Note of Apology: This write up has been in the making since two nights, including the “telephonic interview”.  Apologies that I was not able to post it before midnight yesterday. But then the thought comes – it is still 19th July somewhere in the world. Ah yes, our Khyati Ben in Los Angeles, USA,  is still working through the 19th.  So in a ‘relative’ way, this post is still on time. A brief summary of the celebration events covered herein – seventh anniversary for the blog, 11,300th song posted, and the completion of the planned ‘Entertaining Sales Pitch Songs’ series. Read on.]

[Note of Apology 2: With due apologies to Atul ji, for having taken some liberties in narrating certain aspects of his household.  I am very sure the permission towards these liberties are/will be granted, even though the same has not yet been formally requested ;) ]

Einstein has said, and he must have been quoted on this many million times by now, that ‘time is relative’. There are a variety of different explanations and discourses on this single statement, depending on the perspective or the branch of science or maths, or for that matter, any other subject, that one is considering. There is a very interesting anecdote connected with this statement. Once a newspaper reporter asked Einstein to explain in simple terms, what is the meaning of the phrase ‘time is relative’.  And Einstein, without going into any mathematical or philosophical explanations, gave the following response.  He said – consider the situation when someone is holding your feet to the fire.  In such a circumstance, a passage of even 5 seconds would seem as if an hour has passed. Then again, think of a situation, when you are sitting and talking ‘sweet nothings’ with your beloved.  Then, after an hour has passed, it would seem to you as if just maybe five minutes have gone by.  That is what makes time relative. :)
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This article is written by Avinash Scrapwala, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

My list of ‘songs that create nostalgia and brings back memories’ include many songs sung by Rafi Saab, viz. ‘jhoomta saawan dekho aaya’, ‘shikaar karne ko aaye shikaar hoke chale’ etc.

The song under discussion today is one of those songs. When this film was released I was one year old, so I think that I must have watched this film when I must be of 5 or 6 years old.
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“Black Cat”(1959) was directed by N A Ansari. The movie had Balraj Sahni, Minu Mumtaz, N A Ansari, Johnny Walker, Mumtaz Begum, Shammi, Hari Shivdasani, Tun Tun etc in it. From the comments of our readers in earlier songs of this movie, it is known that it was a chor police movie where Balraj Sahni is the police and he is in love with Minu Mumtaz. It turns out that Minu Mumtaz’s brother, N A Ansari is the boss of a smuggling gang. His gang is named after his pet- a black cat.
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This article is written by Arunkumar Deshmukh, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Today’s song under discussion is “Bol bol bol bol My little dove” from the film Baap Bete-59. The music Director for this film is Madan Mohan.

MADAN MOHAN. An Unique composer. A thorough Gentleman. Lata Mangeshkar had called him “The King of Ghazal”. He created masterpieces in her voice, which set high standards in films. Madan Mohan, however,could never combine Class with Mass appeal unlike other composers like Naushad, S D Burman or Roshan or Shanker – Jaikishen.
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This blog discusses Bollywood songs of yesteryears. Every song has a brief description, followed by a video link, and complete lyrics of the song.

This is a labour of love, where "new" songs are added every day, and that has been the case for more than seven years. This blog has over 11300 song posts by now.

Total number of songs discussed

11338

Number of movies (All songs covered)

681

Total visits so far

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