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Kya yoonhi roothh ke jaane ko muhabbat ki thhi

Posted on: March 10, 2012


The last few days have seen not one but two artists of the golden era departing from our midst. Music director Ravi left us one day before Holi and Joy Mujherji one day after holi. We, who in this blog discuss the songs of the golden era on a daily basis, are so familiar with the artists involved in these songs that they feel like close acquaintances. So any living artist breathing his/her last comes as a shock to us, even when it is well known that death is inevitable for everyone.

The pains of such departures have been captured very well by the golden era artists themselves. Here is a song that mourns the loss of a beloved going away. The wonderful lyrics of Shakeel Badayuni has been rendered masterfully by Rafi. The two departed souls also figure in this song. Ravi is the music director of this song and the song is picturised on Joy Mukherji.

Here is this melancholic song from “Door Ki Aawaaz” (1964) which in fact sounds like “hamaare dil ki aawaaz”.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Atif M.


Song-Kyaa yoonhi rooth ke jaane ko muhabbat ki thhi (Door Ki Aawaaz)(1964) Singer-Rafi, Lyrics-Shakeel Badayuni, MD-Ravi

Lyrics(Provided by Atif M)

bana ke mera muqaddar bigaadne waale
jawaab de o mera ghar ujaadne waale

kya yoonhi rooth ke jaane ko muhabbat ki thhi
kya yoonhi rooth ke jaane ko muhabbat ki thhi
zindagi meri mitaane ko muhabbat ki thhi
kya yoonhi rooth ke jaane ko muhabbat ki thhi

aankh mein khwaab tere
lab pe kahaani teri
aankh mein khwaab tere
lab pe kahaani teri
mujh ko tadpaati hai
din raat nishaani teri
kya mujhe toone rulaane ko muhabbat ki thhi
zindagi meri mitaane ko muhabbat ki thhi
kya yoonhi rooth ke jaane ko muhabbat ki thhi

o mujhe bhoolne waale
tu kahaan hai aa ja
o mujhe bhoolne waale
tu kahaan hai aa ja
kya huyi mujh se khata
yeh to zara batla ja
ya yeh keh de ke
dikhaane ko muhabbat ki thhi
zindagi meri mitaane ko muhabbat ki thhi
kya yoonhi rooth ke jaane ko muhabbat ki thhi
kya yoonhi rooth ke jaane ko muhabbat ki thhi

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What a coincidence I just sent the same song to Shri Atul along with Saaj Aur Awaaz : Kisne mujhe sadaa di kisne mujhe pukaraa Rafi-Suman duet

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