I hate the way you talk to me, and the way you cut your hair.
I hate the way you drive my car,
I hate it when you stare.
I hate your big dumb combat boots and the way you read my mind.
I hate you so much it makes me sick, it even makes my rhyme.
I hate the way you’re always right, I hate it when you lie,
I hate it when you make me laugh, even worse when you make me cry.
I hate it when you’re not around and the fact that you didn’t call
but mostly I hate the way I don’t hate you, not even close, not even a little bit, not even at all.
From The Movie 10 Things I Hate About You (1999)
This French song is by Édith Piaf (19 December 1915 – 10 October 1963). She was a French cabaret singer, songwriter, and actress who became widely regarded as France’s national chanteuse, as well as being one of France’s greatest international stars.
Her music was often autobiographical with her singing reflecting her life, and her specialty being chanson and torch ballads, particularly of love, loss, and sorrow.
Since her death in 1963 and with the aid of several biographies and films including 2007’s Academy Award winning La Vie en rose, Piaf has acquired a legacy as one of the greatest performers of the 20th century, and her voice and music continue to be celebrated globally.
This song was released in 1960.
As I love Music, I love music of all language, of all kind and all places. I loved it too.
This song is by Warner/Chappell Productions from the album Not Quite Blue Retro Soul. This song was used in the trailer of Chinese Movie “Fist & Faith” and also in the trailer of the documentary on Indian Naval Academy by National Geographic Channel India.
I first heard this song in the trailer of INA and liked it.
Here is the trailer for the documentary on INA.
You are like that old house
I used to live in.
Whenever I pass you by
hear mention of you
it always breaks my heart a little
thinking of the memories in which you live in.
I hope someday I will be okay
with watching you from the distance
and praying for your well-being.
I hope someday I will have peace.
I hope someday I will be fine.
– © Harsha Dubey.
On 15 August 1947 India gained its Independence from British Empire.
Gulzar, is an Indian poet, lyricist, and film director. He has worked with many Indian music directors including R. D. Burman, Salil Chowdhury, Vishal Bhardwaj and A. R. Rahman. Gulzar also wrote poetry, dialogues, and scripts. He was awarded Padma Bhushan, the third-highest civilian award in India, the Sahitya Akademi Award and the Dadasaheb Phalke Award — the highest award in Indian cinema. He has won several Indian National Film Awards, one Academy Award, and one Grammy Award.
It would be impossible to describe the works of Gulzar Sir how wonderful they are. Soulful, stirring, artistic, poetic and always beautiful. He is great.