Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala’s shocking demise on May 29 was a big loss to the entire Punjabi music industry. His contribution in the music industry was such that no one can ever fill in for him. This iconic star’s music was straight from his heart with no filter attached. He never really shied away from sharing what he felt.
Along with several superhit songs that he left behind as a legacy, Sidhu also sang some songs where he talked openly about the negativity which surrounded him.
Now after his death, these songs make us feel as if Sidhu was already mentally prepared for his death. We are mentioning the verse wherein he has spoken something alarming. Have a look! Also Read : These Sidhu Moosewala Songs Are Beyond Violence, Politics Or Gun Culture!
EAST SIDE FLOW:
“suno saukhi naiyo fame gall kahan jo dil di ae
Dhamki sawere chah na goli aali mildi ae
Tension na koi, na hi pay na hi bill di ae
Wait rehndi kehdi goli seena mera chhildi ae”
THE LAST RIDE:
"Ho chobbar de chehre utte noor dasda ae
Ehda uthuga jawani ch janaaza mithiye"
"Kayi oh ne jinna ton ve use ni hoya
Kayi nave bane vairi munhon bole yaar ne
Aim kise da te kihdi kado game ho jau
Fayida kise da hor koi blame ho jau
Kayi shooter ta tere picche ess gallon ne
Goli sidhu de je mari sadda namе ho jau"
"Ho dil vich dard ae anttan da
Suicidal thought ne dimaag ch
Ho chitt naa koi karda bulaun nu
Haan chitt naiyon karda kise nu bulaun nu
Hann chitt naiyon karda jiyon nu"
SIGNED TO GOD:
"Mukk da ni chheti jehda AK da clip aa
Mukkne de baad vi main rest in power aan ni
Aam nahiyon jusse jehde hunde saale RIP aa
Yaaran di tu gall chhad anti saade fan aa
Kise naal bond nahiyon rabb naal sign aa"
"Vajji te tu sochi na main mukk jaunga
Ni mere yaaran di baahan te mere tattoo bane
Oh lok nahio saare mere yaar jaan'de
Late nahio kitta ji great lagguga
Boht dekhi mera kivein gaut ban'na
Jee lavaan thoda kar wait lagguga"
"Ho saade lekhan ch kacheriye thaane ni
Saade lekhan ch
Lekhan ch kacheriyan thaane
Life saddi hundi ghat ni ghat ni
Ho ankh naal jeyo ke zindagi
Challeya jatt ni..challeya jatt ni"
Strangely, there is an uncanny coincidence between the title of the track, ‘295’ and the singer’s date of death. Though this track talked about several socio-political issues.