Yalda Mobaarak

December 21, 2009 at 8:00 am (Iran, NICE TEXT, poem moem)

Sunny Day( music )

Who’d ever thought that I would see this day
Where I would see my ghetto life fade away
‘Cause I was lost and couldn’t find a way
And now I look forward to everyday
(Welcome to my sunny day)

Block, don’t stop, always stayed hot
No matter how the seasons got
I still remember when they took me away
Kept it on lock, then I got caught
I realized I had to stop
Then I took the time to explore a better way

Searched high and low, so close yet so far to go
I just know there’s a sunny day

Who’d ever thought that I would see this day
Where I would see my ghetto life fade away
‘Cause I was lost and couldn’t find a way
And now I look forward to everyday

Welcome to my sunny day, my sunny day
Everyday a better day
Welcome to my sunny day, my sunny day
Everyday a better day
Welcome to my sunny day

Been a long day, on my way
To my holy place to pray
Give thanks for every blessing given to me
I know there’s more to see, more to me
No more living in misery
‘Cause this is how I visioned life to be

Searched high and low, so close yet so far to go
I just know there’s a sunny day

Who’d ever thought that I would see this day
Where I would see my ghetto life fade away
‘Cause I was lost and couldn’t find a way
And now I look forward to every day

Welcome to my sunny day, my sunny day
Everyday a better day
Welcome to my sunny day, my sunny day
Everyday a better day
Welcome to my sunny day

PS: in aahang ro emrouz sobh dar haali ke ZIBAATARIN aasemoun-e sobh-gaahi jelom boud mishnidam…neveshtam ke zibaaish va tamaame eshghesh be yaadam bemoune…BAAZ ham yaldaa MOBAARAK

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2 Comments

  1. علی بابا said,

    غربت را با یاد پر می کنم
    مثل باد خاطر شن ها را پاک می کنم
    اما مانند زمین عشق می ورزم
    شب های زندگی گاهی همه زندانی است
    امسال عمو یادگار
    کولبارش پر از حرف های نگفته است

    یلدا کوتاه که دلم به شما خورشید است
    یلدا خوش
    که به یاد شیرین تر
    از دیدار است

    • mydreamwall said,

      ََAali boud…mamnoun

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