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Jog, Madhyalaya Teentaal (August 2007)

Composition
कब +तोहे मैँ देख पाऊँ?
अनगिनत जुग सम बीते !॥ध्रु॥
नौ ही१ दस पल दूर तुम गये ॥
'नादरंग' तरसे जैसे जुग जुग बीते ॥१॥
Explanation
When will I (Naadrang) be able to see you?
It's been so long!
You've been away for just a few moments, yet it feels that we have been apart for ages!

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