Kirtan Sohila Full Path – Giani Sant Singh Paras Lyric

"Kirtan Sohila Full Path - Giani Sant Singh Paras" LYRICS

(J) -"0ne, two, three hmm - I've got a message for you..."
(P) - "Hold it! Hold it! Our fault, our fault! Not your fault. Listen, if the voice is too loud just say the voice... I'm yellin' too loud in
in the can, everybody suddenly grabs their headphones when I talk"
(J) - "No, no, no."
(P) - "Ok, everything is fine, I know, ok..."
(J) - "You wanna...?"
(P) - "Hold it one sec"
(J) - "Phil, we're all... as well... oh get out! You could have, you know, broken it on the third line or something... I better get all that"
bit... oh, you don't mind if I change the lyrics then? Good, ok, hey, we got the man here!
(P) -"What man?"
(J) -"Any fuckin' man, let's go... I'm gonna get an all girl band, ha ha ha"
(P) - "Well, you need one, let's go!",
(J) - "You won't let me do "Be Bop A Lula" instead?""
(P) - "I won't let you do anthing, let's go!"
(J) - "Be Bop A..."
(P) - "'til you get this one, then you can do "Be Bop A Lula"
(J) - "And "Send Me Some Lovin'""
(P) - "You can do anything you wanna do, Johnnie"
(J) - "After this?"
(P) - "After this."
(J) -"Take the bandages off?"
(P) -"You can even do "Take The Bandages Off""
(J) -"Ok..."
(P) - "You can even do "Johnny B Goode""
(J) - "No, no"
(P) - "I wish you would, let's go""
(J) - "Any time you like I..."
(P) - "I know you would come on"
(J) - "I know the solo too"
(P) - "Good"
(J) - "But I wouldn't wanna take it away from Jessie..."
(P) - "I know"
(J) -"Yoo"
(P) -"Is Jessie there? Yes, he's there... come on!"
(J) -"Ok! let's..."
(P) - "Alright!",
(?) -"One, two"
(J) -"Yes it did, yeah!"
(J) -"It always works out the same old way"
(P) - "Hold it! Somebody's waving a hand. Somebody says stop so we stop"

Asa di Var

Asa Di Var is a collection of 24 pauris or stanzas written by Guru Nanak Devji (Sri Guru Granth Sahib, Ang 462 to Ang 475).Some people argue that the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak Dev ji wrote the first 9 together on one occasion and later wrote 15 more stanzas on a different occasion but Professor Sahib Singh and some of the foremost Sikh scholars believe that the whole Var was written at the same place as the Var itself proceeds in a definite uniformity. The whole Var was compiled by the 5th Guru, Guru Arjan Dev ji in 1604 AD. When Guru Arjan Dev ji was compiling the Holy Granth, he added a few Sloks of Guru Nanak dev ji and in some cases Guru Angad Dev ji, the second Guru of the Sikhs. These Sloks are tied together in a way that they relate to the same theme as highlighted in the pauri. In its present form, the Asa Di Var contains a few more shabads recited by Guru Ram Das ji, the fourth Sikh Guru. The Asa Di Var kirtan is recited in the early morning hours in a very melodious way and style as mentioned by Guru Arjan Dev Ji called "Tunde Asraje Ki Dhuni" after the name of the contemporary brave and pious king Asraj. One of the hands of the king was amputated, so he was called Tunda meaning (one hand amputated) . The deeds and the ode of this king was sung by the bards in that typical fashion which then was extremely popular and melodious and was therefore adopted to performing Asa Di Var.