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Tere bin soone nain hamaare

Posted on: June 10, 2010


I have posted as many as three outstanding songs from “Meri Soorat Teri Aankhen”(1963). I was not sure that these movie had more songs of the same calibre.

Now I know about the existence of another such song in this movie, thanks to the farmaish of this song given by Sophy. What a superb song it is ! It is sung by Rafi and picturised on Ashok Kumar. And when it looks like the song is over, Lata sings a stanza which is picturised on Asha Parekh.

This song is written by Shailendra and music is composed by S D Burman.

Did I tell you that I was listening to the song for the first time ! And I loved listening to this song.

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Song-Tere bin soone nain hamaare (Meri Soorat Teri Aankhen) (1963) Singer-Rafi, Lata, Lyrics-Shailendra, S D Burman

Lyrics

aaa aaa
aaa aaa
aaa aaa
tere bin soone
tere bin soone
nain hamaare
re tere bin soone
baat takat gaye
saanjh sakhaare
haay
tere bin soone
nain hamaare
tere bin soone

ho ho
raat jo aaye dhal jaaye pyaasi
raat jo aaye dhal jaaye pyaasi
din kaa hai doojaa naam udaasi
nindiyaa na aaye
nindiyaa na aaye
ab mere dwaare
tere bin soone
nain hamaare
re tere bin soone

ho ho
jag mein rahaa main
jagse paraayaa
jag mein rahaa main
jagse paraayaa
saayaa bhi meraa
mere paas na aayaa
hansne ke din bhi
hansne ke din bhi
roke guzaare
tere bin soone
nain hamaare
re tere bin soone
baat takat gaye saanjh sakhaare
haay
tere bin soone

hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm hmm hmm
hmm hmm

o o o
o o o
o andekhe
o anjaane
o andekhe
o anjaane
chhup ke na gaa ye
prem taraane
kaun hai tu mohe
kaun hai tu mohe
kuchh to bataa re
tere bin soone
nain hamaare
tere bin soone
baat takat gaye
saanjh sakhaare
tere bin soone

11 Responses to "Tere bin soone nain hamaare"

You heard this song for the first time now? It is a classic. I just love it and totally deserves to be remembered for eternity. Thanks to sophy for giving the farmaish here.

SD Burman was also in a class of his own.

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Thanks so much. My hindi is not too good so I’m never too sure of the lyrics. —Jag mein rahaamain, jag se paraaya… hansne ke din bhi roke guzare– so desolate. Even Quasimodo was not so alone.

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The basic theme of the movie seems traumatic to me. Each and every song was a gem.

Ashok Kumar was lauded for agreeing to make-up that made him so “ugly”, but then, it was Ashok Kumar!.

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Ashok Kumar’s character here was given up by his parents as a baby because the Dad thought he was too dark, thus too ugly. He however ends up a great singer, thus the great songs in the movie. The movie made a great impression on me when I saw it as a young girl. This nonsense of gora kaala is all around us, and the culture revolves around it so much…I had loved the movie, and it does have a happy ending 🙂

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Thanks for this background information on this movie.

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Beautiful song even when I listened it for the first time. Background information regarding ugly appearance of Ashok Kumar is very helpful as I was wondering why he had this makeup.I have not seen the movie so I had no clue about the story line. I am now wanting to see this movie.

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Atulji

“Naye post” binaa soone naain hamaare, bhaat takat gaye saanjh sakhaa re……(Shailendra ji maaf karo)

Missing you

🙂
Regards
Prakash

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There is one more version of the song which is sung by Mohd Rafi alone. Link of the same is given.

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