Lyrics
Mere Gully Mein

Mere Gully Mein Lyrics

Verse 1

Your shooters best mate is in on my street

The sound of the entire city is on my street

Every religions prayers is on my street

Use my moms name in a fight? You deserve a punch

You see the police in my streets, things might get ugly

My street is the best in every way

I can see her leaving from your street

But now shes chilling in my street

TRIVIA- This track by Vivian and Naezy has made its mark internationally too. These talented rappers from Andheri and Kurla respectively have been featured on BBC and have received numerous shout outs from iconic musicians like Vishal Dadlani, English hip hop group “ Foreign Beggars” to name a few

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Your shooters best mate is in on my street

The sound of the entire city is on my street

Every religions prayers is on my street

Use my moms name in a fight? You deserve a punch

You see the police in my streets, things might get ugly

My street is the best in every way

I can see her leaving from your street

But now shes chilling in my street

TRIVIA- This track by Vivian and Naezy has made its mark internationally too. These talented rappers from Andheri and Kurla respectively have been featured on BBC and have received numerous shout outs from iconic musicians like Vishal Dadlani, English hip hop group “ Foreign Beggars” to name a few

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Verse 2

Look around; there are houses on my street

They might be small but the people have a big heart

Just give us a shout, always ready to help someone in need

Will live in poverty but will never cheat for money

Keep frying those sweets on the streets, but there is no end to bravado here

Wherever we go, this head will not bow down

Why? Because I have learned all the rules to survive on these streets

WORD -Beshumaar – generously, Farebi - cheat

TRIVIA- The street culture in Mumbai has certain informal rules. You could call it the "code of the streets". You embrace and live by the code to survive and gain the respect,love of your peers.

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Look around; there are houses on my street

They might be small but the people have a big heart

Just give us a shout, always ready to help someone in need

Will live in poverty but will never cheat for money

Keep frying those sweets on the streets, but there is no end to bravado here

Wherever we go, this head will not bow down

Why? Because I have learned all the rules to survive on these streets

WORD -Beshumaar – generously, Farebi - cheat

TRIVIA- The street culture in Mumbai has certain informal rules. You could call it the "code of the streets". You embrace and live by the code to survive and gain the respect,love of your peers.

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Verse 3

These chaotic paths are lit with pride

These chawls are the life of Bombay

There is only love for each other here

Everyone makes a name for themselves here

Some try and con the neighbors and are fine with it

Some break bones, so dont mess with them

On my street

TRIVIA- Naezy references Mumbai and its iconic "Chawls". Chawls is the English word for Chaal which in Marathi translates to corridor. These Chawls came up in the 1900s to accommodate migrants in Mumbai when the city was booming due to the cotton industry. Industrialists needed labor and labor needed cheap housing- the result ? Chawls.

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These chaotic paths are lit with pride

These chawls are the life of Bombay

There is only love for each other here

Everyone makes a name for themselves here

Some try and con the neighbors and are fine with it

Some break bones, so dont mess with them

On my street

TRIVIA- Naezy references Mumbai and its iconic "Chawls". Chawls is the English word for Chaal which in Marathi translates to corridor. These Chawls came up in the 1900s to accommodate migrants in Mumbai when the city was booming due to the cotton industry. Industrialists needed labor and labor needed cheap housing- the result ? Chawls.