Friday, December 29, 2006

FM - "நெனப்பு (தான்!)"

நினைவோ ஒரு பறவை - சிகப்பு ரோஜாக்கள்

நினைத்தாலே இனிக்கும் - நினைத்தாலே இனிக்கும்

நினைத்து நினைத்து பார்த்தால் - 7G ரெயின்போ காலனி

நினைக்க தெரிந்த மனமே - ஆனந்த ஜோதி

நினைத்ததை நடத்தியே முடிப்பவன் - நம் நாடு

நினைப்பதெல்லாம் - நெஞ்சில் ஓர் ஆலயம்

11 comments:

Sandai-Kozhi said...

Song#1,2 and 4 are my all time fav.
Ninaivalae silai saidhu(I don't remember the movie) .

Deepa said...

Did you forget "Ninaindhu ninaindhu nenjam urugudhey..."? Happy new Year.

Me too said...

skm, 'ninaivale silai seidhu' is a lovely song.

deepa, 'ninaindhu' is a movie song? Happy new year to you too!

Raju said...

I love the first 3 songs very much.. esp. the third song very recently.. 7G's song initially sounded so IR-ish and bit boring to listen, in an album full of pacy tunes. But, the lyrics have got me tied to the 'Ninaithu' song of late.

One other notable exception is "Ninaithadhu yaro needhaney" from our Gaptain's POT (Pattuku oru thalaivan).

Wish you and your family a very happy and joyous new year!!!

ttm said...

thanks to sk for reminding us of 'Ninaivaale silai seidhu' - Andhaman Kadhali. A superb film worth watching for dialogues alone(sivaji + sujatha is the added bonus).

Syam said...

aapy New Year....

Me too said...

raju, Gaptain's POT - LOL!!
Happy new year to you all too!

ttm, Andaman kadhali - a superb film, eh? Never been tempted to watch any of the 70s oversized-Sivaji movies!

syam, same to you!

Sriram said...

andaman kadhali, first thing I remember - Yesudas sings 'theru koyile odiva..' instead of thiru koyile odi va'.

damn beta once again. pain in the groin.

- I

ttm said...

me too/I,
In 2001, Pothigai used to feature all songs from old movies at 9PM and AK was featured once, which is when I heard it first(besides early 80s of course). Some months later, saw the movie on KTV.
Andhaman kadhali had some nice dialogues in the 2nd half, which are good to watch under Sivaji's delivery. Prakasam wrote the dialogues(he also wrote for other Sivaji movies like Imayam).

Yes, I too heard the much-repeated 'therukoile' attacks on Yesudas and awaited the song with much interest. I was disappointed that it sounded right to me. Atleast one more listener agrees with me here. Check for yourself here :)

Me too said...

sriram/ttm, thiru-vo theru-vo, I hope Sivaji isn't shown running on screen when the lines 'oodi vaa' comes! :)

Awatts said...

Ninaivo oru paravai...what a song!
Ninaikka therinda maname...unmatchable lyrics...