Momina Mustehsan – Har Zulm (Cover)

September 20, 2013
Momina Mustehsan - Har Zulm

Momina Mustehsan – Har Zulm (Download Audio)

Artist: Momina Mustehsan

Song: Har Zulm

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Arranged and produced by Adrian David Emmanuel

Original Singer: Sajjad Ali

Poet: Aftab Muztar

Take a listen to this beautiful rendition below:

“Nothing even nearly close to the original, I definitely cannot sing like Sajjad Ali, a legendary musician. But I felt like giving it a shot 🙂 Please don’t compare it to the original.”

Har Zulm Lyrics:

Sahil pay kharay ho tumhain kya gham, chalay jana x2
Main doob rahee hoon, abhi dubee to naheen hoon x2

Aye wada faramoosh, main tujhsay to naheen hoon
Har Zulm tera yaad hai, bhulee to

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