Just Go To Hell Dil, a song sung by Sunidhi Chauhan is one that many can relate to. It's about a girl trying to do away with all her pent-up emotions and letting go. Currently clueless about what to do, where to go- She wishes to go and hide somewhere, since she believes that will provide her some relief. She is broken hearted and feels lost in this maze of life.
She’s become estranged from her own self now and feels detached from herself and the people around her. Bewildered, she wanders around with her broken heart. Nothing interests her at the moment and she can’t seem to like anything, or rest her heart on anything.
WORD- Alaahada- Separate
Sher addresses her heart calls it a liar. She accuses it of being a culprit to her suffering and then breaks down, pleads to her 'broken heart' to not cause her any more trouble. In an attempt to get over her current situation, she demands that her heart and its talks don’t bother her anymore.
She asks what her fault is and why her emotional self and the abashed, broken heart causes her immense pain and suffering. She wonders if there is anything left to win and to lose. Eventually she realizes she can’t be stuck in this rut forever and decides to stop all the heartache, the weeping and doesn’t focus on the distress.
Sher addresses her heart calls it a liar. She accuses it of being a culprit to her suffering. She then breaks down and pleads to her 'broken heart' to not cause her any more trouble. In an attempt to get over her current situation, she demands that her heart and its talks don’t bother her anymore.
She’s become accustomed to her miserable state and can’t even bring herself to cry out the pain, even the tears seem to be mocking her. She longs for and waits for it all to end but cannot understand why she keeps on bringing new burns and wounds her way. She hopes somebody would help her and save her from herself.