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Diner Sheshe Ghumer Deshe (Rabindrasangeet) : Strum, Lyrics


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Song: Diner Sheshe Ghumer Deshe
Artist: Hemanta Kumar Mukhopadhyay, Rabindranath Tagore, Various
From: Anindita (1972) / Gitobitan


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Strum Pattern:
Time Signature: 3/4

Option 1: Strumming - |D_ _|U_ _| or |D_D|U_U|
(Explanation - 3 beats per meter; the stroke that is marked with a (') is played and muted; the beats in brackets are divided into subunits of equal duration as noted).

Option 2: Play broken chords or an arpeggio. You may also play single down-strokes - goes well with the somber march feel.

Between the meter chord changes do not occur.


Playings Tips and Song Notes:
The chords are basic in progression but its full of bar chords. The augmented and minor chords add to the dusky effect of the song. Try singing along or playing along with the track to best guess the strum and chord positions.

The song is replete with images of being on the verge of crossing over to the afterlife. Calling out to his spirit guide, leaving all earthly attachments, the poet awaits his ride across. The theme echoes that from the poem, "Crossing the bar" by Lord Tennyson, which is thought to be Tennyson's elegy. Thus, this song can be taken to be Rabindranath's elegy.

Its a mellow pensive number and should be not be attacked aggressively.


Plain Lyrics:
Diner sheshe ghumer deshe ghomta pora oi chhaya,
Bhulao re, bhulalo mor praan!
O paaretey shonar kuuley, aandhar muley kon maaya,
Diye gelo kaj-bhangano gaan?
   Orey aay! Diner sheshe...

Namiye mukh, chukhiye shuukh, jabar mukhey jay jaara,
Ferar pothey fireyo nahi chhay!
Taader paaney, bhaatar taaney, jabo re aaj ghor chhara - 
Shondha aashay, din je choley jaay! Orey aay!
Amay niye jaabi ke re dinoshesher shesh kheyay?
   Orey aay! Diner sheshe...

Ghorey jaara jaabar, tara kokhon gechay ghor paaney;
Paareyi jara jaabar, gechay paarey!
Ghoreo nohey, paareyo nohey, jejon aachey maajhkhaney -
Shondha belay ke dekey ney taarey?
Phuler baahar neiko jaahar, foshol jaahar follo na,
Asru jaahar felte hanshi paay -
Diner aalo jaar phuralo, saanjher aalo jollo na,
She boshechey ghaater kinaraay! Orey aay!
Amay niye jaabi ke re dinoshesher shesh kheyay?
   Orey aay! Diner sheshe...

Saanjher bela bhaatar srotey opar hotey ek taana
Ekti-duti jaay je tori bhenshey.
Kemon korey chinbo, orey, oder maajhey konhana,
Amar ghhate chilo, aamar deshe?
Diner sheshe ghumer deshe ghomta pora oi chhayay,
Bhulao re, bhulalo mor praan!
O paaretey shonar kuuley, aandhar muley kon maaya,
Diye gelo kaj-bhangano gaan? Diner sheshe...

Ostacholey teerer toley, ghono gaacher kon ghenshey,
Chhaya jeno chhayar moto jaay.
Daakley ami khonek thaami, jethay paari dhorbe shey.
Emon neye aache re kon naaye? Orey aay!
Amay niye jaabi ke re dinoshesher shesh kheyay?
   Orey aay! Diner sheshe...


Participate and Learn:
Try your hand at figuring out the chords yourself. Figure out the chords of this song and post your reply in the comments of this page for others to view, judge and comment on. You never know what you may find. This is a great way to learn how to figure out the chords to a song.


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Comments: 2 comment(s)...have your say!

Rijuparna Chakrabortysaid...

on last stanza, it is
"emon neye(boatman) achhe re kon naye?"

Dr. Arindam Sarkarsaid...

Corrected. Thankyou. :)

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