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This is my second post for Bee’s Love Is In Da Blog  and today’s theme is “find a love song containing sweets.” I’m going to write about three Love songs that contain Sweets in three different languages of Hindi, English, and Telugu.

I’m writing about the Hindi song Chocolate, Lime Juice” from the Hindi movie Hum Aapke Hain Koun. Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! (lit. Who am I to you?) also known by the initialism HAHKis a 1994 Indian musical romantic-comedy film, written and directed by Sooraj Barjatya, and produced by Rajshri Productions. Starring Madhuri Dixit and Salman Khan, it celebrates the Indian wedding traditions by relating the story of a married couple and the relationship between their families; a story about sacrificing one’s love for one’s family. The soundtrack for Hum Aapke Hain Koun..!was composed by Raam laxman whose original name is Vijay Patil and lyrics were by Dev Kohli. Lata Mangeshkar is the singer that sang this interesting song. Yes, chocolate lime juice and toffee is a weird combination! But hey, when it’s food – who’s judging? Chocolate, Lime Juice, Ice Cream, Toffeeyaan – as the song croons, we get a taste of all things that were dear to us in our childhood.

My Hindi Love Song about Sweets

“Chocolate, Lime Juice” from the Hindi movie Hum Aapke Hain Koun

Chocolate lime juice ice cream toffeeyan
Pehle jaise ab mere shauk hain kahan
Gudiya, khilone, meri saheliyan
Ab mujhe lagti hain saari paheliyan
Yeh kaun sa mod hai umar ka

Chocolate lime juice ice cream toffeeyan
Pehle jaise ab mere shauk hain kahan
Gudiya, khilone, meri saheliyan
Ab mujhe lagti hain saari paheliyan
Yeh kaun sa mod hai umar ka

Yeh kaisa deewanapan hai
Kya jaanoon main kya jaanoon
Mushkil ho gaya khud ko kaise
Pehachanu, main pehachanu
Din kat-ta hai kate na ratiyan
Kis-se kahoon main yeh saari batiyan
Gudiya, khilone, meri saheliyan
Ab mujhe lagti hain saari paheliyan
Yeh kaun sa mod hai umar ka

Man mein tarangein uthane lagi hain
Yeh kaisi, yeh kaisi
Ab jaisi hoon pehle nahin thi
Main aisi, main aisi
Khilne lagi hain raahon mein kaliyan
Akhiyaan dhoondhe sapnon ki galiyan
Gudiya, khilone, meri saheliyan
Ab mujhe lagti hain saari paheliyan
Yeh kaun sa mod hai umar ka
Yeh kaun sa mod hai umar ka

Source: http://www.lyricsgram.com/song/chocolate-limejuice-icecream-14036

I’m writing about the English song “Ice Cream” by Sarah McLachlan. Fumbling Towards Ecstasy is the third studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan, released on 22 October 1993, in Canada, 5 February 1994, in the United States, 24 May 1994, in Japan and 14 August 1994, in Australia. It was produced by Pierre Marchand in Montreal; McLachlan wrote most of the album while living in a small house near Marchand’s studio. The album was an immediate hit in Canada, where McLachlan was already an established star. Over the next two years, it became her breakthrough album internationally as well. However, in some countries, most notably the United States, the album was a steady seller that stayed in the middle ranges of the pop charts for almost two years. As of November 2003, the album had sold 2.8 million copies in the United States. Sarah McLachlan wrote the lyrics for “Ice Cream.”

My English Love Song About Sweets

“Ice Cream” by Sarah McLachlan

Your love
Is better than ice cream
Better than anything else that I’ve tried
And your love
Is better than ice cream
Everyone here knows how to fight
And it’s a long way down
It’s a long way down
It’s a long way
Down to the place where we started from
Your love
Is better than chocolate
Better than anything else that I’ve tried
Oh, love is better than chocolate
Everyone here knows how to cry
It’s a long way down
It’s a long way down
It’s a long way
Down to the place where we started from
Source: LyricFind
I’m writing about the Telugu song “Vivaha Bhojanambu” from the Telugu Blockbuster movie Mayabazar. The love part of this song is well there’s this guy who is in disguise as his cousin’s future wife so that the real couple can get married to each other. Ironically the actor in this song is the late father of our family friend Vijaya. Mayabazar (transl. Market of illusions) is a 1957 Indian epic fantasy film directed by Kadiri Venkata Reddy. It was produced by B. Nagi Reddy and Aluri Chakrapani under their banner, Vijaya Vauhini Studios. The film was shot in both Telugu and Tamil with the same title, but with a few differences in the cast. The story is an adaptation of the folk tale Sasirekha Parinayam, which in turn is based on the epic Mahabharata. It revolves around the roles of Krishna (N. T. Rama Rao) and Ghatotkacha (S. V. Ranga Rao), as they try to reunite Arjuna‘s son Abhimanyu (Telugu: Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Tamil: Gemini Ganesan) with his love, Balarama‘s daughter (Savitri). The Telugu version features Gummadi Venkateswara Rao, Mukkamala, Ramana Reddy, and Relangi Venkata Ramaiah in supporting roles, with D. Balasubramaniam, R. Balasubramaniam, V. M. Ezhumalai, and K. A. Thangavelu playing those parts in the Tamil version. Ghantasala is the music director for this song.The lyrics were written by Pingali Nagendrarao. Madhavapeddi Satyam was the singer of this song

My Telugu Sweets Love Song

“Vivaha Bhojanambu” from Mayabazar

Ahahhahhahhahha vivaahabhojanambu ahhaha
Vivaha bhojanambu vinthaina vantakambu
viyyaalavaari vindhu ohhohho naake mundhu
vivaaha  bhojanambu vintaina vantakambu
viyyaalavaari vindhu ohhohho naake mundhu
ahhahahhahahha ahhahahhahahha ahhahahhaaaahaahaa

Ouroura gaarelalla ayyaare boorelilla
ouroura gaarelalla ayyaare boorelilla
oho re areselulla ahaahaa ahaahaa
iyella naake chella

vivaha bhojanambu vintaina vantakambu
viyyaalavaari vindhu ohhohho naake mundhu
ahhahahhahahha ahhahahhahahha ahhahahhaaaahaahaa

BhaLeere laddu landu vah theni boni indu
BhaLeere laddu landu vah theni boni indu
bhale jilaabi mundu ahhahahhahahha
iyella naake vindu

vivaha  bhojanambu vintaina vantakambu
viyyaalavaari vindu  hhohho naake mundu
ahhahahhahahha ahhahahhahahha ahhahahhaaaahaahaa

Majhaare appadaalu pulihora dappalaalu
Majhaare appadaalu pulihora dappalaalu
vahwaare paayasaalu ahaa haahaahaa
iyella naake chaalu

vivaha  bhojanambu  vintaina vantakambu
viyyaalavaari vindhu  ohhohho naake mundhu
ahhahahhahahha ahhahahhahahha

ahhahahhaaaahaahaa
ahhahahhahahha ahhahahhahahha ahhahahhaaaahaahaa

Source: http://telugulyricsforum.blogspot.com/2015/12/vivaha-bhojanambu-song-lyrics-from.html?m=1

 

Written for Love Is In Da Blog Day 17 and Today’s prompt is by Paula of “Light Motifs II” and is “Find a love song with or about sweets”.