Tuesday, February 17, 2009


Well this is my first tag after I crashed into the blog world and made quite a good number of friends. I find myself among intellectuals who I admit have altered how I view life. I was tagged by Nimmy and she told me to add up 10 songs - few from my mother tounge and maybe one another language, preferably Hindi. I did comment her that I may add up all the four languages that I listen to. So here they are. Enjoy!!


* Ponnum Thinkal Pottum
* Akale - Title Song
* Oru Raathri Koodi - Summer In Bethlahem
* Thenum Vayambum
* Thamarakkili Paadunnu - Moonampakkam
* Poomkaate Poyi Chollamo - Shyama
* Chandana Katte - Bheeshmacharya
* Pularkala Sundhara Swapnathil Njan Oru
* Poomaaname - Nirakoottu
* Chembarathi Poove Chollu
* Aayiram Kannumaayi - Nokketha Dhoorathu Kan


* Uyirai Tholaithen
* Kadhal Konden
* Partha Mudhal Naal
* Munbe Vaa - Sillunu Oru Kadhal
* Ennai Konjam - Kakka Kakka
* Ennai Kaanavilaiyeh - Kadhal Desam
* Kaadhal Rojave - Roja
* Mudhinam Paarthene - Vaaranam Aayiram
* Kangal Irandal - Subramaniapuram


* Dil De Diya Hai - Masti
* Awarapan Banjarapan
* Sheesha Ho Ya Dil Ho
* Akhion Kay Jorokhoon Say
* Tu is Tarah Se Meri Zindagi Mein
* Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas - Blackmail
* Likhe Jo Khat Tujhe - Kanyadaan
* Aur is Dil Mein Kya Rakha Hai - Immandaar
* Tumse Milke
* Dil Mera Churaya Kyun - Akele Hum Akele Tum
* Maine Dil se Kaha Dhund Lana Na Kushi


* Have I told you lately that I love you - Rod Stewart
* Because I love you - Shakin Stevens
* Unchained Melody - Righteous Brothers
* Making love out of nothing at all - Air Supply
* The Power of Love - Jennifer Rush
* Karma Chameleon - Boy George - Culture Club
* Broken Wings - Mr. Mister
* Hazard - Richard Marx
* I believe I can Fly - R. kelly
* Tonight I celeberate my love - Peabo Bryson and Roberta Flack
* Sealed with a kiss - Jason Donavan
* Waiting for a girl like you
* Those were the days - Mary Hopkin
* 500 Miles - The Brother Four


Pi said...

Wowie wow! A Long list. I will try and finish listening to all! Would be refreshing :-)

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Shail said...

So many favorites of mine here, Waiting For A Dirl Like You,Kangal Irandal, Likhe Jo Khat Tujhe, Maine Dil Se Kahan Dhoondh Laana Khushi, Pal Pal Dile Ke Paas, Akhiyon Ke Jharokhon Se..... among many others

Solilo said...

Biju, For some strange reasons many of the videos are not opening for me. That's one problem with this tag. :(

The ones I saw I love Pal Pal dil ke paas.

Biju Mathews said...

@Pi: Thanks! Enjoy!!

@Vijesh: Exams! Exams! Exams!

@Shail: Thank you Shail. There are so many others but it would look funny to include them all when the tag was for "total 10" :-)

@Solilo: I'm so sorry! I had embedded them onto the post but I guess it was taking too much time to load. I've edited them all and have put them in links. Enjoy!

Rinchen said...

I like Unchained Melody too. I've liked it since I first heard it in the movie, Ghost.


Solilo said...

Thanks Biju. This is much better.

WOW! love your collection. So much to listen.

Indyeah said...

wow!That is some list!:)
and tamil and malayalam and hindi and english.!!
.I am envious..:D..Unchained melody is a favourite of mine too:))

Biju Mathews said...

@Rinchen: Unchained Melody became very famous with the release of Ghost. Thank you for coming by again

@Solilo: You are welcome :-)

@Indyeah: Thank you. Thank you. Try to listen to 500 miles too. I don't know if you were taught that song in school when you were young; I was. Nostalgic!!

Anonymous said...

Wow..Great list...

Of the malyalam songs,I like all of them..I love Akale,Oru raathri,thenum vayambum,tamara kili and pular kaala...For some odd reason i hate Chandana katte ever since I heard it years back..Maybe bcoz they played it every now and then in radio and tv.. Akale is my most loved one..Its lyrics is so haunting...

Among the tamil ones too,many are my favorites..I love Munbe vaa,Kandal irandal more than the rest in the list..

Of the hindi ones,Pal pal dil ke pass is my fav...

I have no idea of English songs..I don't listen to english songs,except when directed by dear ones to some particular ones.I am familiar with very few english songs :)

Thanks for doing the tag.

Biju Mathews said...

@nims540: You said it right, the Akale song is haunting; yeah, that's the right word. Hmm, maybe the negativity in the film Bheeshmacharya makes the song Chandana Katte bad but ever since I heard a small blind girl sing that in a train while begging, it changed my views. Thank you for your comments.

SSQuo said...

This is really freaky! In a matter of ONE hour, I have read two posts with the mention of 'Those were the days' by Maary Hopkins. dont believe me? Click here (no, its not my blog!)- http://aizansuhaira.blogspot.com/2009/02/ms-hopkins-bothered-my-sleep.html

Anonymous said...

all of the malyali and tamil songs are unfamiliar.. for obvious reasons, i dont follow either languages! Have I told you lately that I love you,Unchained Melody, Making love out of nothing at all, Karma Chameleon , I believe I can Fly are the english ones that i like.

Biju Mathews said...

@SSQuo: Thank you for coming by my blog. It's one of the most wonderful songs made for mankind by Angels

@ Mandira: Thank you for visiting my blog. Those english songs are clearly the best but there are so many many more but I didn't want to add all..

Destination Infinity said...

I heard the malayalam songs and my favorite among them are song no. 1, song no. 3, Song no. 8 (Pularkala sundhara swapnathil njan oru - I liked this song among all).

I will listen to the english songs soon (I am familiar with the Tamil and most of the Hindi ones already).

Destination Infinity