Music and lyrics  

Music is that one spice which always adds flavour to all the ingredients depicting the emotions of life.

A moment even has a capability to slaughter the identity or fabricate the existence in a flash of a second with such a way that one is unable to describe the feeling in own words. That’s when, switching to music seems to be apt amongst all, in the innovated/suggested to-do-list.

No matter how disastrous the mood is *rahe na rahe hum, mehka karenge* has the power to cheer the soul. And when there is a reason to celebrate *yo yo honey singh* has that charismatic effect which makes one dance at each and every letter of the lyric.

If one has fallen in love *suraj hua maddham* makes that feeling intense and when faces betrayal *dost dost na raha, pyaar pyaar na raha* provides comfort.

N number of songs depicting, N number of emotions with, N number of dramatic gestures has a contagious approach which drags everyone’s attention.

Music has the supreme power to connect. It certainly had no effect regarding how monotonous or happy-go-lucky character one might be; there are always these lyrics which maintain the level of satisfaction according to the mood swings.

One who says “I hate songs” is the one who does listen to it secretly. This is that one thing which makes every single person infectious in the best possible way. To portray a feeling with a song is listed as one of the enriched ways, no matter what the occasion is.

The commotion doesn’t exist and a surge prevails whether an ever wanting desire can happen and there, a song is played.

Life is beautiful, so is music and when there is a combination of both the whole aura turns out to be magical. Who cares if the song is from *naya zamana* or *purana zamana*, it will always be magnetic.

Stay tuned stay lyrical.

Grooving to the beats

Swatii Chandak


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