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Tum Mujhe Yun Bhula Na Paoge- Old Hindi Melody Song




I have always found peace in music, be it singing or listening to music. In the above video I have tried singing one of my favourite song.

Tum Mujhe Yun Bhula Na Paoge is a old hindi melody, originally sung by Mohammad Rafi, in the movie Pagla Kahin Ka (1970),  starring Shammi Kapoor.

Hindi Lyrics:
(Woh baharein woh chandani raatein
(Mere haatho mein tera chehra tha
(Mujhko dekde bina karaar naa tha 

Tum mujhe yuh bhula na paoge
haan tum mujhe yuh bhula na paoge
Jab kabhi bhi sunoge geet mere
Sanng sanng tum bhi gungunaoge
Haan tum mujhe yuh bhula na paoge
Ho tum mujhe yuh ...

Humne ki thi woh pyaar ki baatein)-2
Un najaroon ki yaad aayegi 
Jab khayaloon mein mujhko laoge
Haan tum mujhe yuh bhula na paoge
Ho tum mujhe yuh ...

Jaise koi gulab hota hai)-2
Aaur sahara liya tha bahon ka
woh shaam kis tarah bhulaoge
Haan tum mujhe yuh bhula na paoge
Ho tum mujhe yuh ...

Ek aisa bhi daaur gujra hai)-2
Jhooth manu tho puchlo dil se
Mein Kahoonga tho ruth jaoge
Haan tum mujhe yuh bhula na paoge

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