‘ki Banu Duniya Da’ – Gurdas Maan Feat. Diljit Dosanjh & Jatinder Shah – Coke Studio @ Mtv Season 4 Lyric

"'ki Banu Duniya Da' - Gurdas Maan Feat. Diljit Dosanjh & Jatinder Shah - Coke Studio @ Mtv Season 4" LYRICS

Tere pyaar di ae ni chhan ve,
thandi lagdi ae mainu har thhan ve,
Channa likh ke mai tera naa,
Chumdi rehni aan apni baanh,

Tere pyaar di ae ni chhan ve,
thandi lagdi ae mainu har thhan ve,
(Channa likh ke mai tera naa,
Chumdi rehni aan apni baanh)X2

Tu mera maan ae, kadi todin na vey,
deyi rakhi bas, kadmaan ch thhan vey,
Soneya tu hun, aaven paven na aave,
chas pai gaya hi, Udeekan da ve,

(Channa likh ke mai tera naa,
Chumdi rehni aan apni baanh)x2

Oho........ooooo.....

Tu disse te, rangla jahan ve,
Soni ho javan jad, tere kol baanh ve,
Loon Loon vich teri, deed ravan ve,
Nahi reh sakdi tere bina........ve,

Channa likh ke mai tera naa,
Chumdi rehni aan apni baanh
Channa likh ke mai tera naa...
Chumdi rehni aan apni baanh.......

Aaaaaa...Ve channa, ve channa,
vey...vey..,
ve channa, ve channa,
tu javin na ole,
ve channa....

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