Neeraj Bansal

(26-08-1994 / ludhiana)


Alfaz hi mera sab kuch
Main lafza da hi yaar haan
Dunia toh mangda ha pyaar
Main chotta jeha kalakar ha

Lafza ch khoya ha
Ghama wich soya ha
Likha da geet bhul k preet
Apne geeta wich tenu hi parona ha
Main chotta jeha kalakar kise to ki main chauna ha

Hasda hasana ha
Geet gungunanda ha
4 belia ch sabda chit parchauna ha
Loki akhde ne meet main kisse to kahauna ha
Main chotta jeha kalakar kise to ki main chauna ha

Geeta wich dard hai
Pyaar ohdi marz hai
Ghumda ghumauna ha pyaar sab nal pauna ha
Main chotta jeha kalakar kise to ki main chauna ha

Dil da wajeer ha
Fakar fakeer ha
Rabb kolo bas ek nayab zindagi chauna hai
Main chota jeha kalakar kide to ki main chauna ha

Submitted: Monday, November 25, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, November 26, 2013

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