90’s Nostalgia

This morning the first thing I did when I reached work was call someone. And the caller tune I heard was this…

And it made me nostalgic. My favourite memory of this song is not the video reruns on MTV and Channel V. My favourite memory is a game my little sis and I used to play every time we were left alone in the car or in the house and every time there was a power cut. Each one of us used to sing one syllable at a time Tere. Bin. Jeena. Nahiiiiiiiiiiin. O. Meri. Jaane. Wafaa. Zindagi. Bhar. Saath. Rehkar. Mujhe. Hona. Nahiin. Hai. Judaa. And we used to fight over who gets all the better words. We were lousy bachchas, true! (Must remind myself to play this with R when I get home today. Sometimes he believes in indoor sports too :P)

On that note, my baby sister is coming to town soon. I can’t wait! :-)

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6 Responses to 90’s Nostalgia

  1. DI says:

    It's happening a lot with me these days, me getting to hear songs I loved long ago! :D
    Yay on the baby sister's visit, have fun!

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  2. piyu says:

    Taking cue from you – finding lost songs on computer, I fished for some today morning, and loaded up the ipod :D.. Thanks!

    Have fun with baby sis :)

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  3. Piyu, :D :D awesome! Glad to be of help :)

    And have fun I will.. She's going to be down here only on 27th though..

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  4. austere says:

    arrey purana gana… I remember that time they brought out the reworked version of sar kiye ye pahaar… took me back some two decades. which is shorter then twenty years.

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  5. :)) that was a good one.. and old songs have that thing about them.. make you all nostalgic and go back to your “happy moments”.. hai na?

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