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Doobi Naiyyaa Aa Ke Kinaare

Posted on: July 16, 2016


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.

Mohammed Rafi – ‘अ’  से  ‘ह’ तक  (From ‘अ’ to ‘ह’) – 20
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‘ड’
“डूबी नैय्या आके किनारे”

Continuing with the alpha series of songs by Rafi Sb, I present today a lesser heard sad song from the early years of his career. The year is 1948.  The young singer is just finding a foothold in the industry. The film song that will become his first popular hit happened this year – “Ik Dil Ke Tukde Hazaar Huye. . .” (from the film ‘Pyaar Ki Jeet’). Other very significant songs are also to follow in this year and the next (1949).

The impact of “Ik Dil Ke Tukde Hazaar Huye. . .”, or “Sab Kuchh Lutaayaa Hamne Aakar Teri Gali Mein” (‘Chunariya’, 1948), “Main Zindagi Mein Hardam Rota Hi Raha Hoon” (‘Barsaat’, 1949), “Suhaani Raat Dhal Chuki” (‘Dulari’, 1949), “Mohabbat Ke Dhokhe Me Koyi Na Aaye” (‘Badi Behan’, 1949), “Tere Koochhe Mein Armaanon Ki Duniyaa Leke Aaya Hoon” (‘Dillagi’, 1949), “Akele Mein Wo Ghabraate To Honge” (‘Biwi’, 1950); the impact of all these songs, and more, was still to follow.

Today’s song is from the 1948 film ‘Jeene Do’. The words are from the pen of Shewan Rizvi and the music is composed by Shuakat Husain Dehlavi. The name of music director will be more recognizable a few years hence, as this artist makes a change to his name, and is then known as Nashaad, starting with the film ‘Naghma’ (1953). Yes, these two are the same person.

Listen to this song, one of his earliest in the ‘broken heart’ genre.

Song – Doobi Naiyyaa Aa Ke Kinaare (Jeene Do) (1948) Singer – Mohammed Rafi, Lyrics – Shewan Rizvi, MD – Shaukat Husain Dehlavi

Lyrics

doobi naiyyaa

doobi naiyyaa
aa ke kinaare
aa ke kinaare
doobi naiyyaa
jaayen kahaan ab gham ke maare
gham ke maare
doobi naiyyaa

badli huyi hain un ki nigaahen
dard hai dil mein
lab pe aahen
dard hai dil mein
lab pe aahen
baithe huye hain gham ke sahaare
gham ke sahaare
doobi naiyyaa

takte hain naina un ko har su
takte hain naina un ko har su
rukte nahin hain aankh se aansoo
rukte nahin hain aankh se aansoo
chhupne ko hain ab chaand sitaare
chaand sitaare
doobi naiyyaa

haath se un ka daaman chhoota
haath se un ka daaman chhoota
chanda ban ke taara toota
chanda ban ke taara toota
ho gaye jhoothe sapne saare
sapne saare
doobi naiyyaa
aa ke kinaare
aa ke kinaare
doobi naiyyaa..aa..aa..aa

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Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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डूबी नैय्या

डूबी नैय्या
आके किनारे
आके किनारे
डूबी नैय्या
जाएँ कहाँ अब ग़म के मारे
ग़म के मारे
डूबी नैय्या

बदली हुई हैं उनकी निगाहें
दर्द है दिल में
लब पे आहें
दर्द है दिल में
लब पे आहें
बैठे हुये हैं ग़म के सहारे
ग़म के सहारे
डूबी नैय्या

तकते हैं नैना उनको हर सु
तकते हैं नैना उनको हर सु
रुकते नहीं हैं आँख से आँसू
रुकते नहीं हैं आँख से आँसू
छुपने को हैं अब चाँद सितारे
चाँद सितारे
डूबी नैय्या

हाथ से उनका दामन छूटा
हाथ से उनका दामन छूटा
चंदा बनके तारा टूटा
चंदा बनके तारा टूटा
हो गए झूठे सपने सारे
सपने सारे
डूबी नैय्या
आके किनारे
आके किनारे
डूबी नैय्या॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ

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2 Responses to "Doobi Naiyyaa Aa Ke Kinaare"

Late 40’s sad solo songs of Rafi saab are simply out of this world.

Many Thanks.

Sad event in life is inevitable so when it is put in verse it becomes very very effective…Such melancholy has made some filmy songs immortal..I like this vintage song..Thank you…!

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