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Lyrics / Video of Song : Dil Dhundhta Hai Fir Wahi Fursat Ke Raat Din (Happy)
dil dhundhata hai fir wahee furasat ke rat din
baithe rahe tasawwure jaana kiye huye
jaado kee narma dhup aur aangan me let kar
aankho pe khinch kar tere daaman ke saaye ko
aaundhe pade rahe kabhee karwat liye huye
ya garmiyo kee raat jo puraawaayiya chale
thhandee safed chaadaro pe jage der tak
taaro ko dekhate rahe chhat par pade huye
barfilee sardiyo me kisee bhee pahad par
wadee me gunjatee hui, khamoshiya sune
aankho me bhige bhige se lamhe liye huye
Top user comments for lyrics of song "Dil Dhundhta Hai Fir Wahi Fursat Ke Raat Din (Happy)"
londoniran on Saturday, May 10, 2008 Madan Mohan composition
londoniran on Saturday, May 10, 2008 i am happy that i could be of help.
tomsharma on Saturday, May 31, 2008 Can anyone beat this composition??
ileeshmach on Wednesday, February 11, 2009 Madan Mohan's compositions touch your soul.. this one is also timeless....
Good things happen when there is conjunction of stars.. what can one say
Madan.. Bhupinder and Gulzar... Nasha Unlimited!
IMIRZA777 on Thursday, May 07, 2009 Full of Tons of memories... Thanks for this gem...
vaadaenmacchi on Monday, September 14, 2009 this song and the other duet version in the movie are the best songs of all time. thanks madan mohan!
drakendrones on Wednesday, March 03, 2010 as a kid i used to sing this song in antakshari never understanding wat it really meant...now in my 30s i truly ndstand it...i want my peace of mind n times-gone-by...the song is so true :-(
ranabhola on Saturday, September 25, 2010 sach! dil dhoonta hai fursat ki raat din..............where did they go?
jagjitisher on Thursday, March 03, 2011 best composition of madan mohan & one of the best songs of bhupinder. this version is by far better than the lata bhupinder duet. xlnt melody orchestration arranging & rythm.
sudhisira on Thursday, April 17, 2008 It takes me back more than 2 decades ago to a Sunday evening in Bangalore when I was watching the song on a Black & white TV set as the movie started at 6pm...
This is a timeless classic!
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