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3 songs. Blog marathon post 13

Here is a meme I created. Please feel free to use it in your blogs with a link back to this post.

In my third book, 'Tea for two and a piece of cake' all the chapter titles are songs. If we really think about it, I think there is a song for every stage in our life. There is a song for every person in our life. And there probably is a song which personifies how you feel about certain things in your life. Therefore this meme revolves around songs.

To participate what you have to do is give us three songs (be nice and post  link to the you tube video please!)  that would best  describe the following three things in your life.

1. Friends
2. Love
3.Parents

And here are my answers:

Friends:






2. Love: For me this is the ultimate love song :





3.Parents:





Strangely this is fairly recent Hindi song which one would not usually associate with parents. I have personal memories connected with this song--and I cry each time this song plays. I do love the lyrics too.



 Please do leave me a comment if you take part in this meme. Or leave me a comment even if you don't have a   blog. I love to discover new songs!

And hopefully you enjoyed my songs too.

Good night folks!

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Comments

  1. There are many songs I can list for each category but mentioning the first one that came to my mind...
    Friends: Those were the days by Mary Hopkin
    Love: It must have been love by roxette
    Parents: Maa by Shankar Mahadevan

    The video for parents does not show up in your post.


    GBU
    Arti

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  2. Anonymous10:35 AM

    Hey Preeti, you know my husbsnd had dedicated the last song to me recently, i like it too.. :)

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  3. Hey Preeti,
    These are the songs which came into my mind..

    Friends-Seasons in the sun by Westlife
    Love-Since you have been gone by Kelly Clarkson
    Parents-Ye to sach hai ki bhagwan hai from the movie 'Hum saath Saath hain

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  4. All the three songs: Amazing! I love each one of them. :)

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  5. Interesting array of songs!

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  6. Hi Preeti,

    Here is my list. You really made me think something new today.

    Friends - Friends theme song - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCQGnVrTsAM

    Love - Annie's song - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkGS263lGsQ

    Parents - Dad used to sing the first few lines for me. He is no more, but this will always remain in my mind, till I breathe last.
    Aaye ho meri zindagi mein - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=77SfSY7xwzA

    and for mom - there are many, one of my favs being -
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lhy915oczQY

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  7. http://pallosworld.blogspot.in/2012/04/3-songs.html

    Loved this post; happy book launching in Chennai :)

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  8. I loved the songs and your post Preeti.. :) personally i would like to dedicate Ronan Keating's song- 'When you say nothing at all' to my parents, 'If tomorrow never comes' to my love and 'Just wanna spend my life with you' to my friends :)

    -Rakshatha

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  9. Anonymous1:54 AM

    Hey Preeti!!

    Lovely Post! Music and human relations! The most fantastic combination ever! :)

    My selection would be:

    Friends:
    Yeh Dosti Hum Nahi Todenge
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8uIy88kII0

    Love:
    Everybody loves Somebody by Dean Martin
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxVdjw0Gm8I

    Parents:
    Gladiator Soundtrack- Now We Are Free, because this track always manages to give me strength! :)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHAvjaHtlMA

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  10. Friends!!! Yeh dosti from Sholay
    Love:: Bahut pyar karte hai from Saajan
    Parents: Maa from Taare zameen par

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  11. Hi preeti,
    Hope you r doing good.

    Here is my list of songs for Friends, Love n Parents.
    All are Tamil songs.

    Friends: Mustafa Mustafa,Moolgatha shipae friendship thaan... 4m Kathalar Dinam.

    We never miss to play this song in our get together parties.

    Love : Kathal kavithaigal padithidum neram 4m Gopura Vasalilae.

    Ever i listen this song i simply sinks in love

    Parents : Amma endralaikkatha uyir illaiyae 4m Mannan.

    K.J sir's mesmerizing voice.Awesome song n awesome voice which makes people to feel,cry,etc...

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