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Tab Bhi Tu

Tab Bhi Tu Lyrics

Verse 1

My soul will have some requests. Every breath that I take shall get lost somewhere in this world; but still I want you to stay by my side.

The protagonist is pleading his beloved to stay with him no matter what. Even if he faces tremendous pain, his soul always prays for his beloved. His entire existence may perish but he'd be more comforted if his lover is with him through all of this.

WORD- Rooh: Soul; Fariyaad: Request.

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My soul will have some requests. Every breath that I take shall get lost somewhere in this world; but still I want you to stay by my side.

The protagonist is pleading his beloved to stay with him no matter what. Even if he faces tremendous pain, his soul always prays for his beloved. His entire existence may perish but he'd be more comforted if his lover is with him through all of this.

WORD- Rooh: Soul; Fariyaad: Request.

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Verse 2

When the sun burns itself to ashes and the sunshine becomes smoke, I want you to be there with me. I want you to be there no matter what.

The sun is regarded to be the creator of everything on this planet.  The central energy of this universe.

Hence suggesting that even when the world turns to dust, he hopes when that happens, his beloved is by his side. He might be in pain but with her by her side, the pain lessens.

WORD - Raakh: Ashes, Dhuaan - Smoke.

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When the sun burns itself to ashes and the sunshine becomes smoke, I want you to be there with me. I want you to be there no matter what.

The sun is regarded to be the creator of everything on this planet.  The central energy of this universe.

Hence suggesting that even when the world turns to dust, he hopes when that happens, his beloved is by his side. He might be in pain but with her by her side, the pain lessens.

WORD - Raakh: Ashes, Dhuaan - Smoke.

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Verse 3

Just like saying a prayer, my eyes are lowered, shying down and they were abound in love. Suggesting that he feels safe when he's around her. Loving her gets him closer to God.

The mention of you has so much warmth and dampness that even my dry breath was made afresh.

WORD - Sajde: Worship, Namaazi: Prayer.

FACT - Zikr also known as Dhikr, is a short prayer repeated silently. Sufi's consider Zikr as a way to attain enlightenment and become one with the higher power.

 

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Just like saying a prayer, my eyes are lowered, shying down and they were abound in love. Suggesting that he feels safe when he's around her. Loving her gets him closer to God.

The mention of you has so much warmth and dampness that even my dry breath was made afresh.

WORD - Sajde: Worship, Namaazi: Prayer.

FACT - Zikr also known as Dhikr, is a short prayer repeated silently. Sufi's consider Zikr as a way to attain enlightenment and become one with the higher power.

 

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Verse 4

When these ageing, nomadic rains, drain away all my colours and make me old, please stay by my side.

Lyricist, Tanveer Ghazi uses a gorgeous metaphor to describe the rains. Nomads are people who move from place to place, they don't have a permanent home.

He compares the rain to the nomads as the rains too keep moving from one place to another, without a home.

WORD - Aawara - Nomad.

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When these ageing, nomadic rains, drain away all my colours and make me old, please stay by my side.

Lyricist, Tanveer Ghazi uses a gorgeous metaphor to describe the rains. Nomads are people who move from place to place, they don't have a permanent home.

He compares the rain to the nomads as the rains too keep moving from one place to another, without a home.

WORD - Aawara - Nomad.

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Verse 5

My lucky charm ( Amulet) is in my fist and has your photo in it. The lines on my hand are all haphazard and only you can sort out my destiny now.

The protagonist expresses how lucky and important his beloved is to him. She's more important to him than any lucky charm. He knows that she can sort his life and wants her to stay.

FACT - Taaveez is basically an amulet that contains verses from the holy Quran or Islamic symbols or prayers to stay protected from evil. To him, this woman represents his amulet.

Words: Taaveez: Amulet, Laqeerein: Lines, Suljhaye - Sort out.

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My lucky charm ( Amulet) is in my fist and has your photo in it. The lines on my hand are all haphazard and only you can sort out my destiny now.

The protagonist expresses how lucky and important his beloved is to him. She's more important to him than any lucky charm. He knows that she can sort his life and wants her to stay.

FACT - Taaveez is basically an amulet that contains verses from the holy Quran or Islamic symbols or prayers to stay protected from evil. To him, this woman represents his amulet.

Words: Taaveez: Amulet, Laqeerein: Lines, Suljhaye - Sort out.

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Verse 6

Even when time betrays me and my destiny is annoyed with me, drifting me to a shallow life, I want you to be there besides me.

WORD - Chhal: Betrayal; Khafa: Annoyed.

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Even when time betrays me and my destiny is annoyed with me, drifting me to a shallow life, I want you to be there besides me.

WORD - Chhal: Betrayal; Khafa: Annoyed.

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