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Meri Khamoshi Hai

Meri Khamoshi Hai Lyrics

Verse 1

The way you spy on my conversations, is a sign of my silence. Why should I remain silent? My talkative nature is my silence.

WORD – Zikr – Speak, Jasoosi – Spy, Khamoshi – Silent, Batooni – Talkative.

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The way you spy on my conversations, is a sign of my silence. Why should I remain silent? My talkative nature is my silence.

WORD – Zikr – Speak, Jasoosi – Spy, Khamoshi – Silent, Batooni – Talkative.

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Verse 2

Those words that burn and then extinguish but why do your lips freeze? You are the answer to all these questions. Please listen to me.

Lyricist, Anvita Dutt uses ice as a metaphor to describe Pari’s silence. Her lips have frozen like ice as she refuses to speak but is slowly beginning to trust the one who is helping her.

WORD – Harf – Word, Hothon – Lips.

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Those words that burn and then extinguish but why do your lips freeze? You are the answer to all these questions. Please listen to me.

Lyricist, Anvita Dutt uses ice as a metaphor to describe Pari’s silence. Her lips have frozen like ice as she refuses to speak but is slowly beginning to trust the one who is helping her.

WORD – Harf – Word, Hothon – Lips.

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Verse 3

Why has your heart flown away like a bird? The moon is right next to you. Why do your dreams rest on your shoulders? Place them on the pillow instead.

FACT -The Chakora is a legendary bird part of Indian mythology. It comes alive at night, thriving on the energy from the moon.

Although the Chakora flies high above in the sky, the moon is even higher. It considers the moon as it’s beloved and a higher power.

WORD - Bagal - Next to, Ladaa - Laden, Kandhon - Shoulders.

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Why has your heart flown away like a bird? The moon is right next to you. Why do your dreams rest on your shoulders? Place them on the pillow instead.

FACT -The Chakora is a legendary bird part of Indian mythology. It comes alive at night, thriving on the energy from the moon.

Although the Chakora flies high above in the sky, the moon is even higher. It considers the moon as it’s beloved and a higher power.

WORD - Bagal - Next to, Ladaa - Laden, Kandhon - Shoulders.

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Verse 4

The signs and clues hidden in your heart, I shall reveal them to you.

WORD - Chhupe - Hidden, Suraag - Signs/Clues.

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The signs and clues hidden in your heart, I shall reveal them to you.

WORD - Chhupe - Hidden, Suraag - Signs/Clues.

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Verse 5

The foundation of your feelings are fresh and they begin to blossom in all it's glorious colours. Suggesting that Pari is beginning too slowly express herself to the people around her.

The garden of dreams begin to chose the threads and weave magical dreams leisurely.

WORD - Bichhaune - Foundation, Kore - Fresh, Bageeche - Garden, Fursat - Leisure.

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The foundation of your feelings are fresh and they begin to blossom in all it's glorious colours. Suggesting that Pari is beginning too slowly express herself to the people around her.

The garden of dreams begin to chose the threads and weave magical dreams leisurely.

WORD - Bichhaune - Foundation, Kore - Fresh, Bageeche - Garden, Fursat - Leisure.

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Verse 6

Where did you learn this skill from? Please let me know. Lyricist, Anivta Dutt refers to the protagonists ability to lovingly help others during troubled times which is a skill very few people have.

WORD - Hunar - Skill/Art.

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Where did you learn this skill from? Please let me know. Lyricist, Anivta Dutt refers to the protagonists ability to lovingly help others during troubled times which is a skill very few people have.

WORD - Hunar - Skill/Art.

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