This is my entry for this week’s Song Lyric Sunday post. This week’s theme is Cinnamon/Mint/Parsley/Pepper/Rosemary/Sage/Salt/Thyme songs. Here are five songs that include the theme of Cinnamon/Mint/Parsley/Pepper/Rosemary/Sage/Salt/Thyme Songs that Jim gave us. Two songs are Bollywood songs, one song is a Hollywood song, and two songs are Tollywood songs. Hope y’all enjoy these songs for this week’s SLS post.

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 Mint Song

“Badtameez Dil” from Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani

[Verse 1: Benny Dayal]
Paan mein pudina dekha
Naak ka nagina dekha
Chikni chameli dekhi
Chikna kamina dekha
Chaand ne cheater hoke cheat kiya toh
Sare tare bole gilli gilli akha

[Verse 2: Benny Dayal]
Meri baat, teri baat
Zyada baatein boori baat
Thaali mein katora leke
Aaloo bhat, Muri bhat
Mere peeche kisi ne repeat kiya toh
Saala maine tere muh pe maara mukka

Pre-Chorus: Benny Dayal]
Ispe bhoot koi chadha hai
Thehar na jaane naa
Ab toh kya bura kya bhala hai
Fark pehchaane naa
Zidd pakad ke khada hai kambakht
Chhodna jaane naa

[Chorus: Benny Dayal]
Badtameez dil, batameez dil, batamiz dil
Maane na, maane na
Badtameez dil, batameez dil, batamiz dil
Maane na, maane na
Yeh jo haal hai, sawaal hai, kamaal hai
Jaane na jaane na
Badtameez dil, battameez dil badtameez dil
Maane naa

[Verse 3: Benny Dayal]
Hawa mein Havana dekha
Dhimka falaana dekha
Seeng ka Singhara khaake
Sher ka ghuraana dekha
Poori duniya ka gol gol chakkar leke
Maine duniya ko maara dhakka

[Verse 4: Benny Dayal]
Hey Bollywood Hollywood very very jolly good
Raayi ke pahaad par teen futa liliput
Mere peeche kisi ne repeat kiya toh
Saala maine tere muh pe maara mukka

[Pre-Chorus: Benny Dayal]
Ayaashi ke one way se khudko
Modna jaane naa
Kambal bewajah sharam ka
Odhna jaane naa
Zidd pakad ke khadha hai kambakht
Chodhna jaane na… Haha!

[Chorus: Benny Dayal]
Badtameez dil, batameez dil, batamiz dil
Maane na, maane na
Badtameez dil, batameez dil, batamiz dil
Maane na, maane na

[Bridge: Shefali Alvares]
Aaj saare, chaand taare
Bann gaye hai disco lights
Jal ke, bujha ke humko bula ke
Keh rahe hai, Party all nights

[Pre-Chorus: Benny Dayal & Shefali Alvares]
Naata betuki dillagi se, todna jaane na
Aane wale kal ki fikar se, judna jaane na
Zidd pakad ke khada hai kambakht
Chodhna jaane na… Haha

[Chorus: Benny Dayal]
Badtameez dil, batameez dil, batamiz dil
Maane na, maane na
Badtameez dil, batameez dil, batamiz dil
Maane na, maane na
Yeh jo haal hai, sawaal hai, kamaal hai
Jaane na jaane na
Badtameez dil, battameez dil badtameez dil
Maane naa

Source: LyricFind

Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (This youth is crazy) is a 2013 Indian romantic drama film, directed by Ayan Mukerji, written by Mukerji and Hussain Dalal, and produced by Karan Johar. It stars Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone in lead roles. This is their second film together after 2008’s Bachna Ae Haseeno. Kalki Koechlin and Aditya Roy Kapur play supporting roles. Madhuri Dixit appears in an item number with Ranbir Kapoor. Initially set for a March 2013 release, the film was released on 31 May 2013. Upon release, it was a box office success. It was a very popular film amongst the youth. In the 59th Filmfare Awards, the film received the highest number of nominations (nine) including Best Film, Best Actor for Kapoor, Best Direction for Mukherji, Best Supporting Actor for Kapur, Best Supporting Actress for Koechlin and so on. Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani has become one of the highest grossing Indian films of all time. It was the second film to cross 300cr Worldwide after 3 IdiotsIt was also the tenth highest grossing Bollywood film in overseas markets up until then. The soundtrack and background score was composed by Pritam, with lyrics penned by Amitabh Bhattacharya except where noted. “Badtameez Dil” was sung by Benny Dayal and Shefali Alvares. I chose this song because Pudina is Hindi for mint.

My English Parsley/Sage/Rosemary/Thyme Song

Scarborough Fair / Canticle” by Simon & Garfunkel

Are you going to Scarborough Fair
Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme
Remember me to one who lives there
She once was a true love of mine

Tell her to make me a cambric shirt (deep forest green)
Parsley sage rosemary and thyme
Without no seams nor needle work (blankets and bedclothes the child of the mountain)
Then she’ll be a true love of mine (sleeps unaware of the clarion call)

Tell her to find me an acre of land (a sprinkling of leaves)
Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme (washes the grave with silvery tears)
Between the salt water and the sea strand (A soldier cleans and polishes a gun)
She’ll be a true love of mine

Tell her to reap it with a sickle of leather (War bellows blazing in scarlet battalions)
Parsley sage rosemary and thyme (General order their soldiers to kill)
And gather it all in a bunch of heather (And to fight for a cause they’ve long ago forgotten)
Then she’ll be a true love of mine

Are you going to Scarborough Fair
Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme
Remember me to one who lives there
She once was a true love of mine

“Scarborough Fair” (Roud 12) is a traditional English ballad. The song lists a number of impossible tasks given to a former lover who lives in Scarborough, North Yorkshire. The melody is in Dorian mode and is very typical of the middle English period. It was recorded by a number of musicians in the twentieth century. The version using the melody later used by Simon & Garfunkel in “Scarborough Fair/Canticle” was first recorded on a 1956 album, English Folk Songs, by Audrey Coppard. Paul Simon learned the song in London in 1965 from Martin Carthy, who had picked up the tune from the songbook by Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger and included it on his eponymous 1965 album. Simon & Garfunkel set it in counterpoint with “Canticle” – a reworking of the lyrics from Simon’s 1963 anti-war song, “The Side of a Hill”, set to a new melody composed mainly by Art Garfunkel. “Scarborough Fair/Canticle” was the lead track of the 1966 album Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme, and was released as a single after being featured on the soundtrack to The Graduate in 1968.
My Telugu Pepper Song
Rangamma Mangamma” from Rangasthalam

Oy… Rangammaa… Mangammaa… (X2)
Rangammaa… Mangammaa… Em Pilladu,

Pakkane Untaadammaa Pattinchukodu, (X2)

Gollabhama Vachchiii..
Naa Goru Gilluthunte… Ye…
Gollabhama Vachchiii..
Naa Goru Gilluthunte…
Pulla Cheema Kutti Naa Pedavi Saluputhunte,
Uammaa
Uammaa
Antu Oodhadu…
Utthamaatakaina Nannu Oorukobettadu, (X2)

Aadi Picchi Picchi Oosulona Munigi Theluthunte,
Marchipoyi Mirapakaaya Korikinaanante,
Mantammaa Mantammaa Ante Soodadu,
Manchi Neellaina Sethikiyyadu,
Mantammaa Mantammaa Ante Soodadu,
Manchi Neellaina Sethikiyyadu, Oyy…
Rangammaa… Mangammaa… (X2)

Rangammaa… Mangammaa… Em Pilladu,
Pakkane Untaadammaa Pattinchukodu,
(Instrumental Music)
Hey… Raama Silakammaa…
Regi Pandu Koduthunte, Ye…
Regipandu Gujju Vacchi Kothaga Suttukunna,
Raika Meeda Paduthunte.. Ye…
Hey… Raama Silakammaa…
Regi Pandu Kodithe,
Regipandu Gujju Naa Raika Meeda Padithe,
Marakammaa Marakammaa Ante Soodadu,
Maaru Raikaina Thecchi Iyyadu,
Marakammaa Marakammaa Antu Soodadu,
Maaru Raikaina Thecchi Iyyadu,
Rangammaa… Mangammaa… (X2)

Rangammaa… Mangammaa… Em Pilladu,
Pakkane Untaadammaa Pattinchukod

(Instrumental Music)
Naa Andamantha Moota Gatti..
Are Kandi Senuke Yelithe…
Aa Kandireegalocchi,
Aada Eeda Gucchi Nannu Suttu Muduthunte.. Ye..
Naa Andamantha Moota Gatti..
Kandi Senuke Yelithe…
Kandireegalocchi, Nannu Suttu Muduthunte.. Ye..
Ushhammaa Ushhammaa Antu Tholadu,
Ulakadu Palakadu Banda Ramudu, (X2)

Rangammaa… Mangammaa… (X2)

Rangammaa… Mangammaa… Em Pilladu,
Pakkane Untaadammaa Pattinchukodu,
Hey… Rangammaa… Mangammaa… Em Pi

Source: Musixmatch

Rangasthalam (Theatre) is a 2018 Indian Telugu-language period action film written and directed by Sukumar. Produced by Y. Naveen, Y. Ravi Shankar and C. V. Mohan for the company Mythri Movie Makers, the film stars Ram Charan and Samantha Akkineni in the lead roles, with Aadhi Pinisetty, Jagapati Babu, Prakash Raj, Naresh, and Anasuya Bharadwaj in key supporting roles. Rangasthalam is set in the eponymous fictional village during the 1980s. It narrates the story of two brothers Chittibabu (Charan) and Kumar Babu (Pinisetty) who oppose the local Government body and the corrupt Co-operative society led by the village’s president Phanindra Bhupathi (Babu). Composed by Devi Sri Prasad, the soundtrack contains 6 songs with lyrics by Chandrabose. M. M. Manasi sang this unique song. I chose this song because after all Mirapakaaya is a Chili Pepper.

My Hindi Salt Song

“Namak” from Omkara

Mai chaand nigal gayi daiyyo re……

Bhitar bhitar aag jale … baat karu to sake lage

Main chaand nigal gayi daiyyo re … ang pe aise chhaale pade

Tez tha chaunka ka karu … sisi sisi karti main maru

Zabaan pe laga re laga re … namak isaq ka haaye tere isaq ka

Balam se maanga maanga re … namak isaq ka tere isaq ka

Sabhi chhede hai mujhko, sipahiye baake chhamiye

Udhaari dene lage hai gali ke baniye baniye

Koi to kaudi tu bhi luta de, koi to kaudi

Thodi thodi shahad chata de, thodi thodi

Tez tha tadka ka karu… sisi karti main maru

Raat bhar chhaana chhaana re … namak isaq ka tere isaq ka
Aisi phoonk lagi zaalim ki, ke bansuri jaisi baaji main

Aur jo bhi kaha us chandra bhaan ne phat se ho gayi raazi main,

Kabhi ankhiyon se pina, kabhi honto se pina

Kabhi achcha lage marna, kabhi muskil lage jeena

Karvat karvat pyaas lagi thi

Aji balam ki aahat paas lagi thi

Tez tha chauka ka karu, sisi karti main maru
dali bhar dala daala re namak isaq ka haaye re, tere isaq ka

Source: http://www.hindilyrics.net/translation-Omkara/Namak-Ishq-ka.html

Omkara, is a 2006 Indian crime drama film adapted from Shakespeare’s Othello, co-written and directed by Vishal Bhardwaj. It starred Ajay Devgn, Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor in the lead roles, supported by Vivek Oberoi, Konkona Sen Sharma and Bipasha Basu. The director Vishal Bhardwaj himself composed the entire music for the film, including the background score, with lyrics by Gulzar. The film is set in Meerut, a city in Western Uttar Pradesh. The music is composed by Vishal Bhardwaj and the lyrics are penned by Gulzar. Rekha Bhardwaj and Rakesh Pandit sang this song. I chose this song because Namak is Hindi for salt.

My Telugu and English Cinnamon Song

“Sakkubai Garam Chai” from Damarukam

Hey sakkubai zara dedhona garam garam chai
Hey sakkubai nuvvu chayisthe adho rakam haayi
Ey esko naa ghuma ghuma chai yama famous idhi delhi to dubai
Ey theesko naa sala sala chai bhale mogisthadhi narallo sannayi
Gunde guyyante allam chai suyante bellam chai
Kevvante karakkayi chai
Ollu udukaithe zeera chai salvaithe kara chai
Musugedithe mullakadu chai
Naa bangaru sethultho pinganu saucer lo theesukostha naa bhai
Welcome to sakkubai, garam chai, thageseyi, majaa cheyi…
Welcome to sakkubai, garam chai, thageseyi, majaa cheyi…

Hey sakkubai zara dedhona garam garam chai
Hey sakkubai nuvvu chayisthe adho rakam haayi
So so sogasaku theesi… thaja decotion…
Paruvala milku pedhavullo sugaru pakkaga galipesi pencha emotion
Neekesi choosi happy happy tension
Theyaku lanti naajuku thona iraga deesave preparation
Andhra nijam seeded anna sillara pillala followinge
Sakkubai chayante padi sachipotharu
Quarter chayiki litre buildup ichi matter penchesave neelo undhe thaja usharu. Uu…
Welcome to sakkubai, garam chai, thageseyi, majaa cheyi…
Oye welcome to sakkubai, garam chai, thageseyi, majaa cheyi. Cheyi. Cheyi…

Full bottle vasu maro devadasu
Sampinchesadu sakku chaayi dosu kick ekki chesadu record dance u
Challe extrasu vaado theda case-u
Nee jaare oneesu choosadu boss-u
Anchetha chesadu gaallo jumpings-u
Roli tholi dara singhu sakku chaayiki fan ayipoyi
Ikkkadi kikkade nadha bala settle ayipoyadu
Aa thingari steeringodi legge theda thikkala pilla
Needha bala nulaka mancham metthaga undhani hatthukupoyadu
Welcome to sakkubai, garam chai, thageseyi, majaa cheyi…
Welcome to sakkubai, garam chai, thageseyi, majaa cheyi cheyi cheyi…

Source: https://www.jiosaavn.com/lyrics/sakkubaai-from-damarukam-lyrics/GDsMQydbB2k

Damarukam is a 2012 Indian Telugu-language action fantasy film produced by R. R. Venkat on R. R. Movie Makers banner and written and directed by Srinivasa Reddy, cinematography by Chota K. Naidu. Starring Akkineni Nagarjuna, Anushka Shetty play the lead roles and music composed by Devi Sri Prasad. The film recorded as Average at the box office. Ramajogayya Sastry wrote the lyrics for this unique song. Suchith Suresan and Mamta Sharma sang this song. I chose this song because Cinnamon happens to be one of the ingredients of the amazingly delicious Indian Masala Chai.