Sad Hindi Songs - Main Themes of Sad Songs in Hindi - Memories of The Past

Memories of The Past

  • dost dost naa rahaa, pyaar pyaar naa rahaa, zi.ndagii hame.n teraa aitabaar naa rahaa (Sangam, 1964, Lyricist Shailendra)
दोस्त दोस्त ना रहा, प्यार प्यार ना रहा, ज़िंदगी हमें तेरा ऐतबार ना रहा
Translation: My friend didn't remain a friend, my love didn't remain my love, life, I don't trust you anymore! (Video search)
  • jaane kahaa.N gae vo din, kahate the terii raah me.n nazaro.n ko ham bichhaae.nge (Mera Naam Joker, 1970, Lyricist Hasrat Jaipuri)
जाने कहाँ गए वो दिन, कहते थे तेरी राह में नज़रों को हम बिछाएंगे
Where did those times go, which promised that eyes will await my arrival
  • yaad na jaae, biite dino.n kii, jaake na aaye jo din (Dil Ek Mandir, 1963, Lyricist Shailendra Singh)
याद न जाए, बीते दिनों की, जाके न आये जो दिन
Translation: I cannot forget those days, they went and did not come back Video search

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