Maye Ni Lyrics
Verse 1

On Maye Ni, Jasleen Royal begins the song by calling out for her mother, saying her troubles do not allow her to sleep peacefully at night. She compares her songs to eyes that sting with the grains of separation, eyes that cannot rest throughout the night. 

Jasleen wakes up in the middle of the night and weeps for her friends. She grieves to her mother about her dismal state and how she cannot fall asleep.

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On Maye Ni, Jasleen Royal begins the song by calling out for her mother, saying her troubles do not allow her to sleep peacefully at night. She compares her songs to eyes that sting with the grains of separation, eyes that cannot rest throughout the night. 

Jasleen wakes up in the middle of the night and weeps for her friends. She grieves to her mother about her dismal state and how she cannot fall asleep.

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Verse 2

She cant understand why her eyes dont embrace sleep, and reaches out to her mother in this bleak state. She is somehow unable to fall into the state of pleasant and comfortable sleep, full of dreams. She compares her sleep to an isolated wanderer who cannot find her way back home. Jasleen wishes to seek the comfort of her mother and calls out to her.  

FACT- The song is based on a poem written by Shiv Kumar Batalvi, a Punjabi poet who was known for his poems filled with romance and agony.

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She cant understand why her eyes dont embrace sleep, and reaches out to her mother in this bleak state. She is somehow unable to fall into the state of pleasant and comfortable sleep, full of dreams. She compares her sleep to an isolated wanderer who cannot find her way back home. Jasleen wishes to seek the comfort of her mother and calls out to her.  

FACT- The song is based on a poem written by Shiv Kumar Batalvi, a Punjabi poet who was known for his poems filled with romance and agony.

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Verse 3

Jasleen says that she is still young and naive, and needs guidance herself. She requires somebody to show her the right path in life, as she is lost. She hopes to find someone who would show her the ropes and guide her in the right direction. 

At the time this song released, Jasleen was only 20 and had already achieved success as an artist. She won the MTV Awards for best Indie song for her debut track- Panchi Hojavan. She was just 18 years when she entered the semi-finals of India’s got talent back in 2009. 

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Jasleen says that she is still young and naive, and needs guidance herself. She requires somebody to show her the right path in life, as she is lost. She hopes to find someone who would show her the ropes and guide her in the right direction. 

At the time this song released, Jasleen was only 20 and had already achieved success as an artist. She won the MTV Awards for best Indie song for her debut track- Panchi Hojavan. She was just 18 years when she entered the semi-finals of India’s got talent back in 2009. 

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Verse 4

Jasleen cries out to her mother and tells her how not just her nights but even her days are now full of agony and disorder. They frighten her, only pain and anguish flow through her heart. Further, she addresses her pain, and asks it to acknowledge love which at the moment seems like a butterfly that is forever pinned to a pole.

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Jasleen cries out to her mother and tells her how not just her nights but even her days are now full of agony and disorder. They frighten her, only pain and anguish flow through her heart. Further, she addresses her pain, and asks it to acknowledge love which at the moment seems like a butterfly that is forever pinned to a pole.

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Verse 5

On Maye Ni, Jasleen Royal begins the song by calling out for her mother, saying her trobules does not allow her to sleep peacefully at night. She compares her songs to eyes that sting with the grains of separation, eyes that cannot rest throughout the night. 

Jasleen wakes up in the middle of the night and weeps for her friends. She grieves to her mother about her dismal state and how she cannot fall asleep.

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On Maye Ni, Jasleen Royal begins the song by calling out for her mother, saying her trobules does not allow her to sleep peacefully at night. She compares her songs to eyes that sting with the grains of separation, eyes that cannot rest throughout the night. 

Jasleen wakes up in the middle of the night and weeps for her friends. She grieves to her mother about her dismal state and how she cannot fall asleep.

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Verse 6

In the closing lines to the song, Jasleen expresses her cluelessness and wonders about life, the universe and everything. She ponders where the stars disappear in the daytime and if they take refuge in their homes. Life is currently full of puzzling questions, which seem to have no answers and she calls out to her mother hoping to get an answer.

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In the closing lines to the song, Jasleen expresses her cluelessness and wonders about life, the universe and everything. She ponders where the stars disappear in the daytime and if they take refuge in their homes. Life is currently full of puzzling questions, which seem to have no answers and she calls out to her mother hoping to get an answer.

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