Music is a gift, it is a universal emotional language that allows us to feel. It brings us closer to ourselves and others in that it creates an avenue for empathy and understanding. It can often communicate something that cannot be put into words, a resonance of the spirit and recognition that another feels what you feel and understands. A brilliant can provide a person a soothingness, which no one else can give.
What makes a good song so appealing to the people who buy CDs and MP3 files? Is it the background beats or the guitar riffs played? Is it the voice of the lead singer or how high he or she can take his vocals to? The truth is that the most important part of most songs, techno possibly being an exception, is the lyrics, or the words of the song. The lyrics are the meat of any song and are usually the part that is most recognizable from any song. They are an integral part of any music tune and it would be a mistake for any artist to take them lightly.
These 10 lyricists wrote down a masterpiece which everyone loved but few had known the story of making it a perfect song.
1. ‘Ghar’ by Piyush Mishra.
2. ‘Socha Na Tha’ by Irshad Kamil.
3. ‘Tujhse Naraz Nhi’ by Gulzar Sahab.
4. ‘Zinda’ by Amit Trivedi.
5. ‘Kahin Toh Hogi Woh’ by A.R Rahman.
6. ‘Sawali Si Raat’ by Swanand Kirkire.
7. ‘Maa’ by Prasoon Joshi.
8. ‘Jiyein Kyon’ by Jaideep Sahni.
9. ‘Mora Piya’ by Sameer.
10. ‘Khwabon Ke Parindey’ by Javed Akhtar.
By: Saket Sharma.