Can you people suggest some songs? - ForumIAS

Can you people suggest some songs?

I think I have become the "frog in the well", listening to the same playlist. You can also suggest singers, composers, lyricists, albums etc.

jack_Sparrow,Neyawnand47 otherslike this
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Omen,Jiraiyaand2 otherslike this
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go to song on a bad day!

sstarrr,
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Omensaid

go to song on a bad day!

This and baarishein by Anuv. Absolute love ♥ 

D503,
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I used to play this song for my sister when she would have a bad day. Amazing Amazing. 

Also Aftaab by The Local Train. 

sstarrr,
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Amazing Soundtrack. Amazingly Stupid Movie. :D

sstarrr,
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So much memories with this song :')

D503,Villanelle
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So much memories with this song :')

Coldplay, Linkin park, greenday, Eminem and GTA me car leke cheats laga ke udana , those were the days


Villanelle,Learner1913
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D503said

So much memories with this song :')

Coldplay, Linkin park, greenday, Eminem and GTA me car leke cheats laga ke udana , those were the days


School se cheat codes likh kar ata tha, and San Andreas khelte time paper se jaldi se copy karta tha 😂

Without a doubt, those were the days :')

D503,Villanelleand1 otherslike this
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The local train ki baat ho hi Rahi hai toh ye bhi sun Lena :D
Villanelle,sstarrr
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Amazing Soundtrack. Amazingly Stupid Movie. :D

I don't even know what they thought of audience? We are not that stupid. I had high hopes from the movie and I was utterly disappointed from what I got to see.  Left movie in between, couldn't see more stupidity.

And such cringe Bihari accent. 

nerdfighter,
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Amazing Soundtrack. Amazingly Stupid Movie. :D

Haven't watched the movie 

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It's like a lullaby for us, restless & anxious adults. I just love it. 

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Excerpts from an Article:

When Poland achieved independence, in 1918, the site (Chopin's heart; When Chopin died in France at the early age of thirty-nine his famous deathbed wish was that his heart should be cut out from his body and sent to Poland) became an open shrine. “All our past sings in him, all our slavery cries in him, the beating heart of the nation, the great king of sorrows,” the cleric Antoni Szlagowski intoned, in 1926. While Chopin believed strongly in the idea of a Polish nation, such sentiments might have made him uncomfortable; in one of his letters, he dismissed as “nonsense” the idea that Poles would one day be as proud of him as Germans are of Mozart.


During the German occupation of Poland, the heart was nearly lost. Conscious of Chopin’s symbolic power, the Nazis prevented performances of his music and destroyed a statue that had been erected in his honor in 1926. (Hans Frank, the Governor General of Poland, later allowed Chopin to be played as long as his name was given as “Schopping.”) 


https://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/chopins-heart

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