This is my entry for Song Lyric Sunday. This week’s theme is La. Here are three songs that include the theme of La Songs that Jim gave us. One song is a Bollywood song, one song is a Hollywood song, and one song is a Tollywood song. Hope y’all enjoy.

Song Lyric Sunday was created by Helen Vahdati from This Thing Called Life One Word at a Time and author Jim Adams  from A Unique Title For Me is our current guest host. For complete rules or to join in the fun, click here. 

My Hindi La Song

“Laal Dupatta” from Mujhse Shaadi Karoge

Laal Dupatta
Laal Dupatta Ud Gaya Re Bairi Hawa Ke Jhonke Se
Laal Dupatta Ud Gaya Re Bairi Hawa Ke Jhonke Se
Mujhko Piya Ne Dekh Liya Haai Re Dhoke Se
Manaake Mujhe Dil Dega Voh, Magar Meri Jaan Lega Voh
Manaake Mujhe Dil Dega Voh, Magar Meri Jaan Lega Voh
Laal Dupatta
Arre Laal Dupatta Ud Gaya Re Tera Hawa Ke Jhonke Se
Laal Dupatta Ud Gaya Re Tera Hawa Ke Jhonke Se
Tujhko Piya Ne Dekh Liya Haai Re Dhoke Se
Manaake Tujhe Dil Dega Voh, Magar Apni Jaan Dega Voh
Manaake Tujhe Dil Dega Voh, Magar Apni Jaan Dega Voh
Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh
Hey Hey Hey Hey, La La La La La
Laakh Chhupaaye Baithi Thi Main Apne Chaand Se Chehre Ko
Ek Pal Mein Hi Tod Diya Bairan Hawa Ne Pehre Ko
Ho, Tere Chehre Ka Jaana Kuch Aisa Jaadu Chhaa Gaya
Mere Chaand Ko Dekhkar Chaand Bhi Sharma Gaya
Mujhe Sharm Si Aaye, O Mera Dil Ghabraaye
Arre Aa Baahon Mein Chook Na Jaaye Aise Mauke Se
Tujhko Piya Ne Dekh Liya Haai Re Dhoke Se
Manaake Tujhe Dil Dega Voh, Magar Apni Jaan Dega Voh
Manaake Mujhe Dil Dega Voh, Magar Meri Jaan Lega Voh
Haai Maheka Maheka Yeh Sama Kehne Laga Aa Pyaar Kar
Mere Sone Yaar Tu Dilbar Se Ikraar Kar
Ho, Tere Pyaar Ki Khushboo Meri Saanson Mein Sama Gayi
Le Sajna Sab Chhod Main Tere Peechhe Peechhe Aa Gayi
Tujhe Pyaar Ho Gaya, Ikraar Ho Gaya
Arre Ab To Roke Na Rukoon Main Kisi Ke Roke Se
Mujhko Piya Ne Dekh Liya Haai Re Dhoke Se
Manaake Mujhe Dil Dega Voh, Magar Meri Jaan Lega Voh
Manaake Tujhe Dil Dega Voh, Magar Apni Jaan Dega Voh
Laal Dupatta Ud Gaya Re Bairi Hawa Ke Jhonke Se
Hoye, Laal Dupatta Ud Gaya Re Tera Hawa Ke Jhonke Se
Tujhko Piya Ne Dekh Liya Haai Re Dhoke Se
Manaake Mujhe Dil Dega Voh, Magar Meri Jaan Lega Voh
Manaake Tujhe Dil Dega Voh, Magar Apni Jaan Dega Voh.
Source: LyricFind

Mujhse Shaadi Karogi (transl. Will You Marry Me?) is a 2004 Indian romantic comedy film directed by David Dhawan and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala. The film stars Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar and Priyanka Chopra, the second collaboration of Kumar and Chopra after their successful Andaaz (2003). The supporting cast includes Amrish Puri, Kader Khan, Satish Shah and Rajpal Yadav, with several Indian cricket team players in cameo appearances. The soundtrack album contains eight songs, seven original songs and one remix. Arun Bhairav wrote the lyrics for Laal Dupatta. Sajid-Wajid was the composer for Laal Dupatta. The singers of Laal Dupatta were Alka Yagnik and Udit Narayan. Farah Khan won the Best Choreography Award  for Laal Dupatta at the International Indian Film Academy Awards in 2005.

My English La Song
Lady by Lionel Ritchie
Lady, I’m your knight in shining armor and I love you
You have made me what I am and I’m yours
My love, there’s so many ways I want to say I love you
Let me hold you in my arms forever more
You have gone and made me such a fool
I’m so lost in your love
And oh, girl we belong together
Won’t you believe in my song?
Lady, for so many years I thought I’d never find you
You have come into my life and, made me whole
Forever let me wake to see you each and every morning
Let me hear you whisper softly in my ear
In my eyes I see no one else but you
There’s no other love like our love
Oh yes, girl I’ll always want you near me
I’ve waited for you for so long
Oh, lady, your love’s the only love I need
And beside me is where I want you to be
‘Cause, my love, my love, there’s somethin’ I want you to know
You’re the love of my life, of my life, you’re my lady
You’re my lady
Source: musixmatch
“Lady” is a song written by Lionel Richie and first recorded by American country music artist Kenny Rogers. It was released in September 1980 on the album Kenny Rogers’ Greatest Hits. The song was written and produced by Lionel Richie, recorded in 1980, and ranks among Kenny Rogers’s biggest hitsIt is listed at #60 on Billboard’s All Time Top 100. “Lady,” became the first record of the 1980s to chart on all four of Billboard magazines singles charts – country, Hot 100, adult contemporary and Top Soul SinglesIt reached No. 1 on three of those charts in late 1980. On the Hot 100, “Lady” reached the summit on 15 November and stayed at the top for a massive six-week stint. On the Hot Country Singles chart, it would spend a week at the summit. “Lady” also peaked at number forty-two on the Top Soul Singles chart. On the Adult Contemporary Singles chart, “Lady” was Rogers’ second (of eight) songs that reached the chart’s summit. Billboard ranked it at the No. 3 song for 1981.
My Telugu La Song
Laali Laali from Swati Mutyam
Laali Laali Laali Lali

Laali Laali Laali Lali
Vata patra saiki varahaala lali
Rajeeva netruniki ratana lali
Vata patra saiki varahaala lali
rajeeva netruniki ratana lali
muripala krishnuniki…
muripala krishuniniki mutyala lali
jagamelu swamiki pagadala lali
vatapatra saiki varahala lali
rajeeva netruniki ratna lali
laali laali laali lali
laali laali laali lali
kalyana ramuniki kausalya laali
kalyana ramuniki kausalya laali
yaduvamsa vibhuniki yashodha laali
yaduvamsa vibhuniki yashodha laali
Kariraja Mukuniki
Kariraja Mukuniki Giritanaya laali
Kariraja Mukuniki Giritanaya laali
Paramamsha Bhavuniki Paramatma laali
Vatapatra Saiki Varahala Laali
Rajeeva Netruniki Ratanala Laali
Jo Jo Jo Jo Jo…
Jo Jo Jo Jo Jo….
Allamelu Patiki Annamaya Laali
Allamelu Patiki Annamaya Laali
Kodanda Ramuniki Gopaya Laali
Kodanda Ramuniki Gopaya Laali
Syama Languniki Shyamaya Laali
Syama Languniki Shyamaya Laali
Aagama Nuthuniki Thyagaya Laali
Vata patra Saiki Varahala Laali
Rajeeva Netruniki Ratanala Laali
Muripala Krishnuniki Mutyala Laali
Jagamelu swamiki Pagadala Laali
Vata patra Saiki Varahala Laali
Rajeeva Netruniki Ratanala Laali
Laali Laali Laali Lali
Laali Laali Laali Lali
Swati Mutyam (English: The White Pearl) is a 1986 Indian Telugu-language drama film written and directed by K. Viswanath and produced by Edida Nageswara Rao. The film stars Kamal Haasan and Raadhika in the lead roles, while Gollapudi Maruthi Rao, J. V. Somayajulu, Nirmalamma, Sarath Babu, and Y. Vijaya play supporting roles. The soundtrack and background score were composed by Ilaiyaraaja. The lyrics were written by C. Narayanareddy. P. Susheela sang this wonderful song. The cult classic was selected by India as its entry for the Best Foreign Language Film for the Academy Awards in 1986, but was not nominated. The film received the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Telugu, the Nandi Award for Best Feature Film, and the Filmfare South Award for Best Direction.