This is my entry for this week’s Song Lyric Sunday post. This week’s theme is a song that features children of the same parent. Here are three songs that include the theme of  song that features children of the same parent 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 these three songs for this week’s SLS post. Happy Daughter’s Day to all daughters and Happy Son’s Day to all sons!

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 Brother Song

“Pyara Bhaiya Mera” from Kya Kehna

Pyara bhaiya meraa dulha raja banke aa gaya
Pyara bhaiya meraa) – (2)
Resham kee pagadee pe sehra ghar aangan mehka gaya
Pyara bhaiya meraa

Pyara bhaiya meraa dulha raja banke aa gaya
Pyara bhaiya meraa
Resham kee pagadee pe sehra ghar aangan mehka gaya
Dekho yara meraa

Aaj kaisee dhum hai ga rahee shehnaiya
Aanchal kee chhaon me baitha bhaiya saiyan
Saj ke dolee aayegee laut ke jab sath me
Pyaree see bhabhi kaa hath lungi apne hath me
Phie ek din arre kya kehna ek phul sa khilega angna

Pyara bhaiya meraa dulha raja banke aa gaya
Pyara bhaiya meraa
Resham kee pagadee pe sehra ghar aangan mehka gaya
Dekho yara meraa

Dekho kaisee saj rahee surat mere yar kee
Mastee me kya jhumti sham aai pyar kee
Goriyo ke bich me baitha kaisee shan se
Aise hee pure hon din mere bhee arman ke
Inn hathon me bhee koi hath aaye
Apni bhee suhag kee rat aaye

Dekho yara meraa dulha raja banke aa gaya
Pyara bhaiya meraa
Resham kee pagadee pe sehra ghar aangan mehka gaya
Dekho yara meraa

Pyara bhaiya meraa dulha raja banke aa gaya
Pyara bhaiya meraa
Resham kee pagadee pe sehra ghar aangan mehka gaya
Dekho yara meraa

Source: Musixmatch

Kya Kehna (English: What to Say) is a 2000 Indian Hindi romantic drama film. Written by Honey Irani, it was directed by Kundan Shah and released on 19 May 2000 at a budget of ₹5.3 crore (US$740,000). Kya Kehna dealt with the taboo issue of pre-marital pregnancy and society views, and stars Preity Zinta as a single teenage mother with Saif Ali Khan, Chandrachur Singh, Farida Jalal and Anupam Kher. This is the first of several films where Khan and Zinta acted together. The music is given by Rajesh Roshan, with lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri. Alka Yagnik and Kumar Sanu sang this wonderful song.

My English Siblings Song

“Brothers and Sisters” by Coldplay

Brothers and sisters unite
It’s the time of your lives
It’s the time of your lives
Break down, break down
Gotta spread love around
Gotta spread it all around

Brothers and sisters feel fine
It’s the time of your lives
It’s the time of your lives
No sound, no sound
Like this feeling you’ve found
Like this feeling you’ve found

But just stay down
‘Cos some sounds you’ll feel
So stay round
And some sounds you’ll feel

And it’s me they’re looking for
And it’s me
I will never survive
But we’ll be around some more

Brothers and sisters unite
It’s the time of your lives
It’s the time of your lives
Break down, break down
Gotta spread love around
Gotta spread it around

But just stay down
And some sounds you’ll feel
So stay ’round
And some sounds you’ll feel

And it’s me they’re looking for
And it’s me
I will never survive
But we’ll be around some more

Brothers and sisters unite
Its the time of your lives
Its the time of your lives

Source: LyricFind

“Brothers & Sisters” is a song by Coldplay, released as their first single in 1999 following the release of the band’s first EP Safety, released a year earlier. It was later re-released as an EP. The song has peaked at number 92 on the UK Singles Chart. The songwriters for this song were Christopher Anthony John Martin, Guy Rupert Berryman, Jonathan Mark Buckland, and William Champion.

My Telugu Sister Song

“Akka Nee Maridentho” by SP Balusubramaniam and Chitra

Akka nee maridentho verrode…
O akka nee maridentho verrode
Ayyo rama pittalaku vala vesthade
Ayyo rama pittalaku vala vesthade
Jalasa chese dasara bullode
Are jalasa chese dasara bullode
Ayyo rama pittalaku vala vesthade
Ayyo rama pittalaku vala vesthade
Cheppindemo nenu themmani chinthakaya
Maremo karjuram thechade verrode
Vevillantu nenu maavilladigithenu
Karbuja thechade burre chinnadanta
Panike rani bandaru pichode
Are panike raani bandaru pichode
Ayyo rama pittalaku vala vesthade
Ayyo rama pittalaku vala vesthade
Hoy hoy hoy hoy
Akka nee maridentho verrode
Ayyo rama pittalaku vala vesthade
Cheppindemo nenu themmani nimmakaya
Maremo sapota thechade verrode
Pullanidedo nenu themmante abbayi
O basthaduga thechinade mitayi
Pose kodithe boltha padathade
Hey pose kodithe boltha padathade
Ayyo rama pittalaku vala vesthade
Ayyo rama pittalaku vala vesthade
Oyamma akka nee maridentho verrode
Ayyo rama pittalaku vala vesthade
Vadina nee chellentho goppanta
O vadina nee chellentho goppanta
Ayyo rama pittalade rajyamanta
Ayyo rama pittalade rajyamanta
Kapadali nanna paivaade
Hoy kapadali nanna paivaade
Ayyo rama pittalade raajyamanta
Ayyo rama pittalade raajyamanta
Mee anathini nenu paatinchanu kanu
Korenu mannimpe ika naina kshaminchey
Ye sikshaina veyyi oppukuntanu nenu
Ala madilo badha thappinchali nuvve
Banisalaaga unde manchonne
Are banisalaaga unde manchonne
Ayyo rama pittalade raajyamanta
Ayyo rama pittalade raajyamanta
Ayyo rama pittalade raajyamanta
Ayyo rama pittalade raajyamanta

Source: https://www.rockol.com/uk/lyrics-42551758/s-p-balasubrahmanyam-k-s-chitra-ram-laxman-akka-nee-maridentho

Premalayam is the Telugu dubbed version of the Hindi Bollywood Movie Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! (lit. Who am I to you?) also known by the initialism HAHK is 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. Earning ₹2 billion ($66 million) worldwide, Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! became the highest-grossing Indian film. SP Balasubrahmanyam and Chitra were the singers of the Telugu version of the song. Lata Mangeshkar and S. P. Balasubrahmanyam were the singers of the Hindi version of the song. The soundtrack for Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! aka Premalayam was composed by Raamlaxman (original name Vijay Patil) Prasad Vennelakanti Subbu Rajeswara wrote the lyrics for this amazing song.