Mujhe Tumse Kuch Bhi Na Chahiye - a Mukesh song
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Understanding a song while listening in it's original language is very important, at least that is my belief, you may disagree. This song resembles so much like a ghazal though it is merely a song. People during those times did not appreciate song writers much as compared to full time or renowned poets, especially those who wrote ghazals. This song has a very good poetic concept plus its melody is so top notch and so appropriate that I am sure every oldies lover in our group will admire this song. I hope you enjoy this cover too.

A simple translation:

I don’t want anything from you
Leave me on my own
If my heart is of no value
Break it right in front of me

I will forget if my life ever smiled in the springs
I will forget if my heart ever blossomed in the springs
Those who are forgotten by this world
Add my name among them

In wanting you to become mine, I could never became anyone’s
The same pain is in my liver
This grief will kill me some day
I am that flower that never bloomed
Why not break me off from the branch (of a plant)

Original Singer: Mukesh
Music Directors: Shankar-Jaikishan
Lyricist: Shailendra
Film: Kanhaiya (1959)

Licence : All Rights Reserved