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hmm ya fineleg sometimes it doesn't play in ie.. here is one classic YouTube - Dard-E-Dil
..all these will be remembered in the pre-teens age Karz songs were classic ..even like these http://uk.youtube.com/results?search_query=duniya+meri+jeb+mein&search_type=&search=Search Although not a proper song but I loved the intro's from these 70s movies Can someone recognize it? :hatsoff: http://boomp3.com/m/0cbfc3f13006/ssdsds

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kswqnnZQR70 Yeah yeah I know....SRK is in it...but still...what a song!
All the songs were great in that Movie, it reminds me of Switzerland..I was stuyding there that time, and yes .. I bought her the mini cow-bell :icflove: as well

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All the songs were great in that Movie' date=' it reminds me of Switzerland..I was stuyding there that time, and yes .. I bought her the mini cow-bell :icflove: as well[/quote'] her who? U mean ur ex? Romantic u are :two_thumbs_up:

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her who? U mean ur ex? Romantic u are :two_thumbs_up:
Yes, I put that mini cow bell in a Card..funny part is her friends went gaga over it and she didn't show any expression..its a diff story she and the family were green-card husband shopping that time

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I cant understand how senti/romantic songs can give anyone goose-bumps.. I mean you can feel happy/sad/nostalgic, but goos-bumps ? I dunno how many 100s of times i have listened to this song, but it never fails to get me going ftD3gDA-5S0

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I cant understand how senti/romantic songs can give anyone goose-bumps.. I mean you can feel happy/sad/nostalgic, but goos-bumps ? I dunno how many 100s of times i have listened to this song, but it never fails to get me going
exactly.. only few patriotic songs give me goose bumps. romantic songs touches some other nerves.. :D

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Although not a proper song but I loved the intro's from these 70s movies Can someone recognize it? :hatsoff: http://boomp3.com/m/0cbfc3f13006/ssdsds
classic, don't exactly remember, but definately heard lot of timez.. to give a guess, is it satte pe satta intro?? aur amar, akhbar, anthony??kati patang???Anand???Johny mera naam???
Anand? Kati Patang, yaar cmon? Anyone..Lurker wanna give it a shot? Name of the Movie is in the tune itself

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Songs like 'Ude jab jab zulfein teri', ' accha ji main haari chali maan jao na', ' bahut shukriyaa, baree maherbaane', 'aapke naazron ne samjha pyaar ke kaabil mujhe', ' hari om ( baiju bawra)', ' tu ganga ki mauj (baiju bawra)' etc. send shivers down my spine everytime i hear them...songs like those...bollywood simply lacks that callibre of singers, composers and lyricists today, no disrespect to AR Rehman.

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This song has made me late to gym today, been listening to it for half an hour. What a song! zVg2MGotMWI&feature=related What a movie this was!! Gorgeous Rakhi. Suave Vinod Khanna, possibly the most handsome Hindi actor ever(Dharam fan will argue) Superstar Amitabh in a role that was made for him And a menacing yet romantic Amjad Khan. Beautiful movie. Beautiful song. Bekaraari mein hai qaraar kya kije aa gaya jo kissi pe pyaar kya kije?

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A BIT of a song that always gives me goosebumps is from Karma Police when Thom Yorke sings '...for a minute there, I lost myself...' man his voice is great in that bit. Theres also the theme tune from the film(s) 28 days/weeks later.

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