Surjit Patar - Ik Din by

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This song by Dr. Surjit Patar really reminds me of the golden days which i spent in Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana. The words chosen by him are so simple but have very deep meanings. This song is for all pardesi Punjabi's who always want to go back to their motherland.below is translation of song: Oh beautiful souls with happy hearts, ringing bells of wells Oh boundary of my village, you must not dessicate One day I will come back, one day I will come back Hey kikkaro tahli daeko, hey clean heart people like neem Pippalo and old man you must not ditch me, you must not ditch me I will come back to sit under your shadow One day I will come back, one day I will come back To these haad and chet, hiding secrets of nature Pay my regards to these beautiful fields One day I will come back, one day I will come back To revolving wheel of pottery, to hot iron of black smith Send my message of love to those also, One day I will come back, one day I will come back Hey hole of some flute, hey alap of my mirja Warmth of my inner soul, you must not die down One day I will come back, one day I will come back In these two-four years, in coming winter or in thoughts You must not forget from heart, you must not forget from heart One day I will come back, one day I will come back Ocean rise after becoming steam, become snow and go to mountains Then it become rivers and come back, my promise come back One day I will come back, one day I will come back
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Surjit Patar
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Ik din, surjit patar, PAU, punjab, punjabi, desh, pardesi
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