AA JAO NA Lyrics
Phir bhi tum gum thhe
Aur main laapata
Ab jo mile ho toh phir
Saath hi mein reh jaao na -2
You were right here, yet you seemed lost and I was astray too. Now that we’ve met, why don’t you stay with me?
This is a possible reference to both the protagonists finding themselves at the crossroads of life. Plenty of decisions to be made but not without it’s complications.
WORD- Gum – Lost, Laapata – Lost/Astray.
Aur thode adhoore
Ye waade rahe kya pataa
Poore honge kayi khwab
Reh jaayenge kuch adhoore
Abhi kya pataa?
Some of them complete while some incomplete, who knows what will happen to these promises that remain?
Numerous dreams shall be fulfilled while some will be left incomplete. Now who knows what will transpire?
WORD – Adhoore – incomplete, Khwab – Dream.
Come to me, why do you think so much?
It’s evident that she still has numerous doubts in her mind about committing to this relationship.
But he attempts to comfort her, asking her not to let her thoughts cloud her true feelings.
The future remains uncertain but he hopes to make most of this present moment rather than stressing about things that have yet to happen.
Even if it’s for a little bit, lets reside within each other’s thoughts. Come, live a little and don’t think about When? Why? Where? and How?
She has numerous questions that are yet to be answered which is why she is nervous.
WORD – Reh – Reside, Soche – Think.
Jugnuon ko dikha dein sahi raasta
Aa chal sotey sitaaron ko haule se
Sehla ke roshan karein aasmaan
These glow worms that wander away from their promises, let’s show them the way. These stars that are asleep, let’s rub them gently and brighten up the sky.
The Glow Worm(Jugnoo) is an insect that helps and guides others during the night with the help of it's illuminating light.
Ironically, lyricist, Raj Shekhar writes about guiding the glow-worms. Suggesting that sometimes even the ones who help need help themselves.
WORD – Waadon – Promises, Jugnuon – Glow Worms, Sehla – Rub.
Baatein keyi hongi roothi hui
Chhoti si zidd hogi
Lambi si raatein
Phir bhi pyaar reh jaayega
Numerous evenings are at a stand still and many conversations now seem displeased. There’s bound to be a little persistence. The night is long but love shall remain.
WORD – Roothi – Displeased, Zidd- Persistence.
Phir bhi naa jaane kyun mujhko yaqeen
Sab beetne par bhi
Sab chhutne par bhi
Yeh pyaar reh jaayega
After all, nothing stays forever. Yet, I do now know why I believe that, after everything passes by, after everyone leaves, this love shall remain.
He realises that things might not end on a positive note yet he clings on to the last straw of hope, believing in the power of love and compassion.
WORD – Yaqeen – Believe.