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Ye jalwe ye adaa

Posted on: June 22, 2015


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If I liken songs in the blog to rain drops, then one must say that the blog is suffereing from less rain fall this year compared to last year. 🙂 From a regular downpour of six songs a day, we are these days reduced to a trickle of one or two songs a day and there have been even some dot days in the blog. The last century celebration in the blog happened ages ago, viz on 3 may 2015, exactly 50 days ago.

The last big celebration on the blog in fact happened 11 songs later on song number 11111 (on 9 may 2015). This magic figure of 11111 was celebrated by combining as many as five separate individual blog centuries. This song was the century song for Kishore Kumar, Mukesh, Rafi, Laxmikant Pyarelal as well as for our own Sudhir ji. Five centuries rolled in one- this was quite a feat indeed as it involved discussing the only song that had brought together the above mentioned three major male playback singer for the first and only time in the history of HFM.

One major reason for the slow going was obviously the fact that it was may, which happens to be summer season. During our school days, we enjoyed summer vacations. There is no summer vacations for working peope though. Seeing that I live in one state, my wife lives in another state and our daughter lives in a third state, we sometimes try to visit each other, even if for just a few days. My wife had taken one month’s leave in may to stay with me and only to visit our daughter. In addition to staying here with me, she also went to visit our daughter twice (first alone and the next time with me). So there were lots of journeys involved during this one month period. Even otherwise I had decided to take the line of least resistance which meant avoiding being seen on the computer when my wife was looking. 🙂 I still managed to post some articles while pretending to use it on her behalf. 🙂

My wife has left one week ago but the momentum that I lost during that period is yet to be regained. Moreover, I find that the background work that is required to be done for each post now aa days takes considerably more time that what it used to take in the past. That is another reason why we struggle to post more songs in the blog even if I have theoretically all the time in the world. Considerably more reaseach is involved these days than what it used to be in the past. It must be said though that we are on the right track and the list of songs that we have build up are already quite handy and exhaustive reference materials for music lovers.

In the beginning of the year, I had made a resolution that I would post one YIPPEE song a day. I managed to stick to this resolution for several weeks before I gave it up. But still we are reaching astage when we will suddenly find ourselves with lots of movies with just one or two songs left and then we will have no option but to post lots of YIPPEE songs every day.

Songs marking first centuries of artists, as well as songs marking anniversaries of artists have been neglected in the past few weeks. I hope that it is just the lull before the storm.

A few of our regulars have their own “Series” of posts going on in the blog. I too have started my own series in the blog which is an ambitious series where I have been discussing the basics of music. This is quite a technical subject and the more one dives into it, the more technical and interesting it becomes. This topic calls for lots of reading and research and I find that I am gaining lots of new information about music that I was not aware of in the past. Armed with these technical knowledge (however sketchy they may be), one can enjoy HFM songs that much more. I have been revisiting lots of songs discussed in the past. I find that I am now able to appreciate these songs better than what I used to do in the past.

The above research, learning and subsequent revisit of songs earlier posted in the blog obviously takes time and eats into the time that one can devote for discussion of songs.

Yesterday (21 June 2015) was a day of Days. It was (i) International Yoga day (ii) World Music day (iii) Longest day of the year (iv) Father’s day (v) International surfing day (vi) World Hydrography day (vii) world humanist day etc etc.

The fact that 21 june 2015 was World Music day tempted me to try and use that day to post our next blog century song, viz 11200th song of the blog. But the fact that it was also Internatioanl Yoga day and that had taken some toll on me (waking up early in the morning, not getting proper sleep despite it being a sunday, doing Yoga almost for the first time in life etc) meant that posting the required five songs on this day was a tall order. So I decided to go easy and post the 11200 th song of the blog one day later.

As usual, this song combines a couple of individual blog centuries with this blog song century. This song is the 300th lyrics of Prem Dhawan to appear in the blog. And secondly, this song is the 900th lyrics contribution by Prakashchandra to the blog. I take this opportunity to congratulate Prakashchandra on behalf of the blog for this mind boggling achievement. He is now just 100 songs short of the four figure mark. I am sure he will reach that figure too in due course.

So, here is this special song for this special occasion. This song is from “Passing Show”(1956). This movie was directed by Bhagwan for Mukul Pictures, Bombay. The movie had Chandrashekhar, Shakila, Poornima, Daljeet etc in it.

This song is sung by S Balbir and Geeta Dutt. Prem Dhawan is the lyricist. Music is composed by Manohar.

Only the audio of this song is available. I request our knowledgeable readers to throw light on the picturisation of this song.

With this song, the blog now has 11200 posts. Another blog century achieved, even if this century took 50 days, which is nearly three times slower than usual for us). The good news is that despite being slow, this blog continues to chug on and on. Let us hope that our subsequent centuries will be clocked at a higher rate.

I take this opportunity to thank all visitors, readers, contributors and well wishers of this blog. This blog would not have reached this stage but for the support of all concerned. Here is hoping that this music bandwagon continues to move on and that it picks up speed too.


Song-Ye jalwe ye ada aur ye garoor (Passing Show)(1956) Singers-S Balbir, Geeta Dutt, Lyrics-Prem Dhawan, MD-Manohar
Both

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

ye jalwe ye adaa
haaye ye adaa
aur ye garoor
bachegaa aaj kaise dil
kaho mere huzoor

ye jalwe ye adaa
haaye ye adaa
aur ye garoor
bachegaa aaj kaise dil
kaho mere huzoor

khataa hogaa agar koyee nishaanaa aap kaa
uthhaa laayegaa khud hi teer
deewaanaa aap kaa
khataa hogaa agar koyee nishaanaa aap kaa
uthhaa laayegaa khud hi teer
deewaanaa aap kaa
deewaanaa tu hai deewaanaa
raho jee door door
deewaanaa tu hai deewaanaa
raho jee door door

ye jalwe ye adaa
haaye ye adaa
aur ye garoor
bachegaa aaj kaise dil
kaho mere huzoor

koyee seekhe ajee jhoothhaa bahaanaa aap se
thhaa ik rangeen dhokhaa
dil lagaanaa aapse
koyee seekhe ajee jhoothhaa bahaanaa aap se
thha ik rangeen dhokhaa
dil lagaanaa aap se

magar ik din ye dhokhaa
toh khaaogey zaroor
magar ik din ye dhokhaa
toh khaaogey zaroor
ye jalwe ye adaa
haaye ye adaa
aur ye garoor
bachegaa aaj kaise dil
kaho mere huzoor

nazar milte hi jaane kyaa ishaare ho gaye ae
bas itnaa yaad hai ke hum tumhaare ho gaye
nazar milte hi jaane kyaa ishaare ho gaye
bas itnaa yaad hai ke hum tumhaare ho gaye
khataa naa koyee tumhaari
na meraa hi qusoor
khataa naa koyee tumhaari
na meraa hi qusoor
ye jalwe ye adaa
haaye ye adaa
aur ye guroor
bachegaa aaj kaise dil
kaho mere huzoor
ye jalwe ye adaa
haaye ye adaa
aur ye guroor
bachegaa aaj kaise dil
kaho mere huzoor

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14 Responses to "Ye jalwe ye adaa"

Congratulations all …!!!
@ Atul Ji – many congratulations and thanks for the post !!
@ Prakash Ji – Many many Congratulations on your 9th century, and all the best wishes for an early 1000th song from you …!!!

PC,
WOW, 900 hundred and counting. Hearty congratulations. Thanks

Another congratulation in order for the figure magical 11,200. Great collection.

I think this one is one of the real and rear decent duet of Balbir with a regular female singer unlike the frivolous songs he had to belt out with mostly male singers. He has a rear solo in the movie.
He also sang solos in Karwat-1949, Khush Raho-1949, Bhed-1950, Jaishankar-1951, Thokar-1953, Dost-1954, Daak Babu-1954, Hanuman Janam-1954, Malik-1954, Shikar-1955, Alam Ara-1956, Khul Ja Sim Sim-1956, Lalten-1956, Mumtaz Mahal-1957, Tin Tin Tin-1959, Aayi Phir Bahar-1960, Daku Mansoor-1961,Khuni Saaya-1970. This forms a small % of his repertoire.
He has a decent voice and sounds as Kishore at time

PC ji,
Passing Show of Prakash ji with Prem Dhawan’s lyrics.
Hearty Congratulations and Many Thanks for all the relentless efforts and interest.

Atul ji,

Second last para,first line…….aap 12,000 pahunch gaye……Please correct the typo.

Atul ji,

Congratulations for 11200 songs.

-AD

Prakash ji,
Congratulations on posting 900 Lyrics.
On to Lyrics No 999 and then 1111

-AD

chhuk chhuk
chhuck chhuk
rail gaadi rail gaadi
chhuk chhuk chhuk
chhuk chhuk chhuk chhuk
phulaaye chhaati
paar kar jaati
WITHOUT STOPPING AT ANY BEECHWALE STATION
or shd we say
“jalti hai duniya jalti rahe
pyar ki gaadi chalti rahe
apni pyar ki gaadi chalti rahe”
anyways a lot of congrats to PCji for being unbeaten at 900.
i am not congratulating atulji for 11200 because by the time he reads the congrats message we will be on to the next milestone which is the blog birthday 🙂 😉
so congrats on 11200

Congratulations
to all my loved ones in the blog for another Century

and

Thanks a lot Arun ji, Atul ji, Mahesh ji, Avinash ji, Nitin ji, Peevesie`s Mom ji for encouraging me……..

prakash

PCji congrats! Keep up the good work …..

Atul ji, congrats!! You are one person who never tires working for the blog ….

May we reach 12000 soon 🙂

Thanks Aparna ji

regards
prakash

Prakash ji,
Congratulations and our heartfelt gratitude for your immense contribution.
Keep it up. We are all eagerly looking forward to your achievement of 1K.
Best wishes,
Avadh Lal

Thanks Avadh Lal ji

for the encouraging words…………

Regards
prakash

I fondly recall the childhood memories when the famous cigarette brands like ‘Capstan’, ‘Cavenders’ and ‘Passing Show’, etc., used to advertise their products by the innovative means of a clown going round the streets holding their placards. In the case of ‘Passing Show’, the clown was on stilts and wearing a tall hat as shown on the cigarette packet.
What an arresting and amusing sight, especially for children.
Avadh Lal

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