Amake Amar Moto Thakte Dao Lyrics in full

Amake amar moto thakte dao lyrics in Bengali and English. Song from Autograph Bengali movie, by Anupam Roy .

Amake amar moto thakte dao lyrics 

Movie : Autograph
Director : Srijit Mukherjee
Music : Debajyoti Mishra, Anupam Roy
Singer : Anupam Roy
Lyrics : Anupam Roy

Amake Amar Moto Thakte Dao Lyrics
Lyrics :

Amake amar moto thakte dao
Ami nijeke nijer moto guchiye niyechi
Jeta chilona chilona sheta na paoyai thak
Sab pele nashto Jibon

Tomar ei duniyar jhapsa aloy
Kichu sandhyer guro haoa kaancher moto
Jodi ure jete chao tobe ga bhashiye dao
Durbine chokh rakhbona na na
Na na na na
Na na na na

Ei Jaahaj Mastul Chhaarkhaar
Tobu golpo likhchi baanchbaar
Ami rakhte chai na aar taar
Kono raat dupur-er abdaar
Tai cheshta korchi bar bar
Saantre paar khonjar…..

কখনো আকাশ বেয়ে চুপ করে
যদি নেমে আসে ভালবাসা
খুব ভোরে
চোখ ভাঙ্গা ঘুমে তুমি খুঁজোনা আমায়
আশেপাশে আমি আর নেই…
আমার জন্য আলো জ্বেলোনা কেউ
আমি মানুষের সমুদ্রে গুনেছি ঢেউ
এই স্টেশনের চত্বরে হারিয়ে গেছি
শেষ ট্রেনে ঘরে ফিরবনা …..

Kokhono akash beye chup kore
jodi neme ase bhalobasa khub bhore
chokh bhanga ghume tumi khujo na amay
ashe pashe ami ar nei…
amar janye alo jelo na keu
ami manuser samudre gunechi dheu
ei station -er chattore hariye gechi
sesh train -e ghore phirbo na na na
na na na na (2)

Tomar rokte ache swapno joto
tara chhutchhe ratridin nijer moto
kokhono somoy pele ektu bhebo
anguler phaanke ami koi…
hiseber bhire ami chaina chhute
joto shukno peyajkoli fridge -er sheet -e
ami obelar daal-bhaate phuriye gechi
gelas er jol-e bhasbo na na na
na na na na (2)

Ei Jaahaj Mastul Chharkhar
Tobu golpo likhchi banchbaar
Ami rakhte chai na ar tar
Kono rat dupur-er abdar
Tai cheshta korchi bar bar
Satre par khojar…..

Na na na ……….


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Titbits : Meaning of Amake amar moto in Anupam Roy, Autograph singer’s  words:

I had this image of a bleeding rockstar in my head. The angst could spring from his passion for music, of having loved and lost, or anything else…. Amake amar moto is a song that one could look at from a man’s perspective. A man trying to recover from a relationship gone wrong. There’s irony, there’s sarcasm. He reduces himself to a burnt cigarette, a speck of dust floating in a glass of water or vegetables withering in the cold, as he reflects on his past. But there’s hope and relief as he frees himself from the bond. Despite being lost in a sea of unhappy people, he is overcome by strong survival instincts and ready to tide over troubled times. 

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