Lyrics
Aahista Aahista

Aahista Aahista Lyrics

Verse 1

Slowly but steadily, let sleep arrive into these two eyes. Bring along some innocent dreams too. The protagonist sings a lullaby to a young kid.

WORD- Aahista: Slowly but steadily, Haule: Gently, Bhole: Innocent.

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Slowly but steadily, let sleep arrive into these two eyes. Bring along some innocent dreams too. The protagonist sings a lullaby to a young kid.

WORD- Aahista: Slowly but steadily, Haule: Gently, Bhole: Innocent.

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Verse 2

The flowing wind appears to be asleep.The sky seems asleep too. Dear sleep, please come into my courtyard.

Spread yourself over these half closed eyes.  The child has lost a loved one and the pain is too much for him to bear. As a result, the protagonist hopes the child gets some sleep in this tragic moment.

WORD - Angna: Courtyard, Jhukti Palkon: Half closed eyes, Bahe - Flow.

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The flowing wind appears to be asleep.The sky seems asleep too. Dear sleep, please come into my courtyard.

Spread yourself over these half closed eyes.  The child has lost a loved one and the pain is too much for him to bear. As a result, the protagonist hopes the child gets some sleep in this tragic moment.

WORD - Angna: Courtyard, Jhukti Palkon: Half closed eyes, Bahe - Flow.

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Verse 3

The dark blue night is tender. Many memories now begin to tap my heart. In the cradle of memories, lost and incomplete conversations exist.

O sleep, come and sing to me, a lullaby of the past. Show me those lost dreams and help the cradle of memories swing.

Nostalgia has taken over. He reminisces about his childhood days spent with Kaaveri Amma.

WORD- Mulayam: Soft, Thapakti: Tapping, Paalna: Cradle, Lori: Lullaby.

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The dark blue night is tender. Many memories now begin to tap my heart. In the cradle of memories, lost and incomplete conversations exist.

O sleep, come and sing to me, a lullaby of the past. Show me those lost dreams and help the cradle of memories swing.

Nostalgia has taken over. He reminisces about his childhood days spent with Kaaveri Amma.

WORD- Mulayam: Soft, Thapakti: Tapping, Paalna: Cradle, Lori: Lullaby.

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Verse 4

If you say, I’d spread a silk blanket made up of these fragrant winds. I’ll bring the moon down from the blue sky, and make it your pillow.

After draping you in this moonlight, I’ll sing a song.  He paints a dreamy picture, so that the child is able to fall asleep.

WORD- Reshmi: Silky, Chaadar: Blanket, Gagan: Sky, Chaandni: Moonlight.

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If you say, I’d spread a silk blanket made up of these fragrant winds. I’ll bring the moon down from the blue sky, and make it your pillow.

After draping you in this moonlight, I’ll sing a song.  He paints a dreamy picture, so that the child is able to fall asleep.

WORD- Reshmi: Silky, Chaadar: Blanket, Gagan: Sky, Chaandni: Moonlight.

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Verse 5

In that moment, secretly, sleep will eventually arrive. It will stay on your eyelids. O sweet sleep, please come and spread yourself over these half closed eyes.

WORD- Thaharna: To stay, Meethi: Sweet.

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In that moment, secretly, sleep will eventually arrive. It will stay on your eyelids. O sweet sleep, please come and spread yourself over these half closed eyes.

WORD- Thaharna: To stay, Meethi: Sweet.

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