My favourite tamil lyrics
Posted by AtPeace on August 7, 2005
I have finally begun jotting down the lyrics of my fav tamil songs. I don’t listen to much of English, and I don’t understand too much of Hindi. Tamil, being one language I can really appreciate, I will be posting lyrics of some of my fav tamil songs. And
this this is where you can find the lyrics. Of course, I’ll be blogging on this page everytime there’s an update.I’ve added the lyrics for ‘Thavamindri Kidaitha Varame’ from ‘Anbu’. This is an awesome song, with some really good lyrics. Hariharan and Sadhana Sargam have done such a great job on this one. I must have heard this a thousand times, but I saw the video for the first time on TV last sunday. And now, I wish I can get hold of the movie’s director and give him a good kick, a real good kick…. on second thought, several kicks. I mean, how mad/bad can someone possibly get? Just look at these lyrics, I’ll explain why I’m furious in a moment…
‘vizhundhalum un kannil kanavaga naan vizhuven….
ezhundhalum un nenjil ninaivaga naan ezhuven….
madindhalum un moochin sootal madiven….
pirandhalum unaiye dhan meendum serven…
ini un moochai kadan vaangi naan vazhuven…’
and just look at this… ‘kai korkum podhellam kai regai theyyatum’…
Hariharan and Sadhana Sargam apdi urugi urugi paadi irukanga… all the director had to do was to ask the lead pair to walk hand-in-hand or just look at each other or smth… instead, he’s got them dancing… Can you imagine? Dancing, for heaven’s sake!! Okay, they didn’t exactly hop, skip and jump… but swaying away to glory in a shower-cum-God-knows-what clad in white, in the middle of a pathetic set is not exactly my idea of a perfect picturization for this song…. The music director and the singers probably cried their hearts out after seeing this video (if they were unfortunate enough to undergo the torture, that is). I can go on ranting about the horrible sets in the song and the worst picturization ever, but I’d better stop, and save my breath for better things.
Anyways, let that not deter you from listening to the song (which I’m sure you can find somewhere on the net), or having a look at the lyrics. Trust me, you’ll love it.
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