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Tumhe apna banaane ki kasam / ka junoo

Sargam for song Tumhe apna banaane ka junoo sar pe hai. This song is a remake of following original song from movie Sadak (1991).

Tumhe | apna | banaane | ki | kasam
GG | GPGP | GRS,N,D | ,N,D | ,P,D

Khaayi | hai, | khaayi | hai
P(D)N | ,N,D | ,P ,D | ,D

[repeat for following…] Teri aankhon mein chaahat hi nazar
Aayi hai, aayi hai

[Antara1] Mohabbat | kya | hai | main
GGM | P | M | P

sab | ko | bata | doongi
PD | PD | P{GRS} | RG

[repeat for following…] Zamaane | ko | tere
aage | jhuka | doongi

Teri | ulfat | meri | jaana | voh | rang
GG | GPGP | GRS,N,D | ,N,D | ,P,D

Laayi | hai, | laayi | hai
P(D)N | ,N,D | ,P ,D | ,D

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2 Responses

  1. Is the notation perfectly match in mouth organ plz suggest? If I start from G.. which scale is suitable for that.

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  • CAPITAL LETTERS = Shuddh Swars (Flat Notes)
  • small letters = Komal Swars (Low Notes)
  • A Note with # [hash] = Tivra Swar (High Note)
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