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Wo samne aye to Nazron ko Jhukaa

Wo samne aye to Nazron ko Jhukaa loon ga
Dekhoon ga nahi phir bhi Tasweer bana loon ga

Aana ho to aa jao Ruswayee nahi hogi
Dekhega nahi koi Palkon mai chupa loon ga

Jo Hum per guzarni hai ek bar guzar jaye
Her Gham ki tarha Tujh ko Seene se laga loon ga

Weeran agar Dil ho Aankhon mai Andhera ho
Yaadon ke Diye apni Palkon mai saja loon ga

Manzoor agar hogi Ruswayi Teri Mujh ko
Mai beth ke Sahil se Toofaan utha loon ga

Naraz agar wo hain Mere Nasheman se
Mai apne Nasheman ke Tinkon ko hata loon ga

Kyun Mujh se Khafa ho ker wo Door gaye
Baanhon mai wo aa jayaen mai un ko Mana loon ga

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sukut-e-shab se ek naghma suna hai
wahi kanon mein ab tak gunjta hai
ghanimat hai ki apne gham-z

Tu Jo Guzre Ge To Phr Kuch Na Bachy Ga Baaki..

Zindagi Soch Tujhy Kaisy Guzaara Jaye..

Raat Ke Shayad Aik Baje Hain

Sota Ho Ga Mera Chand

As I was going to St Ives
I met a man with seven wives
Said he, 'I think it's much more fun
Than

I knew that a baby was hid in that house,
Though I saw no cradle and heard no cry;
But the husba

Rahon pe nazar rakhna honton pe dua rakhna,
Aa jaye koi shayed darwaza khula rakhna,
Ehsaas ki sha

I will be the gladdest thing
Under the sun!
I will touch a hundred flowers
And not pick

ek ek harf sameTo mujhe tahrir karo
meri yaksui ko aamada-e-zanjir karo
sab KHad-o-KHal mere dhu

Yun Toh Koi Bhi Tanha Nahi Hota
Chah Kar Kisi Se Juda Nahi Hota,
Mohabbat Ko Majbooriyan Le Doobti

Remembering you is good
in prison
amid the news
of victory and death
as my fortieth year passes.

Mohhabat Ka ghum hota bohut Hai,
K ab Ye Lafz Bhi Ruswa bohut Hai,

Udasi Ka Sabab Main Kiya Bata

BaRri PaThaR DiL tHi wO Titli NuMa LrKi

KaL jIs Ph0ol pE BeThi aAj mUrJhaYa hUa tHa

Yahan EiD Ki Choriyon
Pe Lagi Hai Eik Lambi
Qatar , ,

Wahan
Falastne Ki Beti Ko
Kafan Tak Na

Gham-e-Zindagi Teri Rah Me
Shab-e-Arzoo Teri Chah Me
Jo Ujarr Gaya Wo Basa Nahi
Jo Bichar Gaya

Ek din hamare annsoon humse pooch baithe…

Humey roz -roz kyon bulate ho,

Humne kaha, hum yaa

Ishq hai ishq yeh mazaaq nahin,
Chand lamhon main faisla na karo..

Ishq main ghairat-e-jazbaat ne ronay na diya,
Warna kya baat thi kis baat ne ronay na diya,
Ap keh

Qismat saath nahi deti,,
Ye Bilkul teray jaisi hai,,

Before I leave the stage
I will sing the only song
I was meant truly to sing.

It is the song
o

The turn of noontide has begun.
In the weak breeze the sunshine yields.
There is a bell upon the

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