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516. Song—I'll aye ca' in by yon town - Poem by Robert Burns

Chorus—I'll aye ca' in by yon town,
And by yon garden-green again;
I'll aye ca' in by yon town,
And see my bonie Jean again.


THERE'S nane sall ken, there's nane can guess
What brings me back the gate again,
But she, my fairest faithfu' lass,
And stownlins we sall meet again.
I'll aye ca' in, &c.


She'll wander by the aiken tree,
When trystin time draws near again;
And when her lovely form I see,
O haith! she's doubly dear again.
I'll aye ca' in, &c.
Robert Burns

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Ye aaNsu be-sabab jaari nahi hai

Mujhe rone ki beemaari nahi hai

Na puchho zakhm-hae-dil ka aa

Kis qadar ehtamaam krte ho

!!…Dil dukhana SAWAB ho jese

Jab seena gham se bojhl ho aur yaad kisi ki aati ho,
Tab kamre mein band ho jana aur chupke chupke

Rasman Hi Aa K Pochta Haal-e-Dil,,,

Kuch Is Mein Us Ki Zaat Ka Nuqsan To Na Tha...

Doobty doobty kashti ko saahil pe uchaal doon ga,
Mein nahi koi to saahil pe utar jaye ga..

Us ke junoon ke rang main mere lahuu ka rang tha,
Uss ke dil main bhi zangg tha mere bhi dil main z

Ham Hi Be Taab Nahin Dard_e_Judaai Ki Qasam..

Karwatten Raat Gaye Woh Bhi Badalta Ho Ga..

Celia, we know, is sixty-five,
Yet Celia's face is seventeen;
Thus winter in her breast must live,

Me Gurezaan Hun Mohabbat Se To Sabab Kuch Or Hain

Warna Hai Kon Jo Chaahat Ka Talab-Gaar Nahi

Zahid sharab peene de masjid mein beth kar,
Yaa woh jagha bata jahan Khuda nahin..
(Mirza Ghalib

Betaab se rehtay hain teri yaad main aksar,
Shab bhar nahi sotey teri yaad main aksar,

Bedard

Hamesha Hi Nahi Rehte Kabhi Chehre Naqabon Me
Sabhi Kirdaar Khulte Hain Kahani Khatm Hone Par...

Zara Udaas Hoon Lekin Zara Masroor Bhi Hoon
Us k Paas Hoon Shayad Door Bhi Hoon

Youn Pathrilay R

H0Ti H0Gi MeRe B0say Ki TalaB Main PaaGal

Jab BHi ZulF0un Main K0i PHo0l SaJaTi H0Gi

Dukh dard me hamaisha nikale tumhare khat
Aur mill gai khoshi ti ochale tumhare khat

Sub choriya

Jo dard ke sehra mein akela bhi bohat hai,
Uske liye deewar ka saya bhi bohat hai,
Dekha nahi tanh

Yoon To KHUDA Se Mangnay Jannat Gaya Tha Me,
Karb-o-Balaa Ko Dekh Kar Niyyat Badal Gai...

Saleeb-E-Sang Pe Likha Mera Fasaana Gaya

Me Rahguzar Tha Mujhe Rond Kr Zamana Gaya

Main Aik Do

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Ehd-e-Nau Barq Hai, Aatish Zan-e-Har Khirman Hai
Ayman Is Se Koi Sehra No Koi Gulsha

Gwahi Kese Tot’ti Mamla Khuda Ka Tha
Mera Aur Us Ka Rabta Tu Hath Aur Dua Ka Tha

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