jagwinder singh

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Meri Jan Tu Jahan Vi Tu


meri jan tu jahan vi tu, , , ,
maahn vi tu abhimaahn vi tu.....
ajj vi tu te kal vi tu....

meri hasya da te gamma da raaz bhi tu..
mera yaar vi tu mera pyar vi tu..
mera din vi tu te raat vi tu...

tuhi mere dil da chain
te us nu churawan wala chor vi tu
meri rata di nind vi tu
te unu udawan wali baat vi tu

mere saahan wich saah baan ke wasn walia
ik ik saah di haakdar hai tu...
mere dil da karar hai tu
jaan hai tu jahan hai tu
mera dil vi tu
te is dil da dildar vi tu

tarasdia ne akhia tere didar lai
inha akhia da nur vi tu
te inha wich wagan wala pyar vi tu

mera taz vi tu
te meri jindagi da sartaz vi tu
mere bollaan da saar vi tu
te geetan di saazz vi tu

meri jan tu jahan vi tu, , , ,
maahn vi tu abhimaahn vi tu.....
ajj vi tu te kal vi tu....

original language punjabi

Submitted: Wednesday, July 30, 2008
Edited: Saturday, May 07, 2011

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