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Song of the Day: Dum Dum Dee Dee

Song of the Day: Dum Dum Dee Dee by Nazia Hassan 

I was on the internet looking for a wife earlier, and I happened to encounter someone from the Near East, and I was like, what's the best song you know from your country? Then, she was all like....well, this is one of the oldies, and like I didn't know there was a word for oldies in Urdu, but I guess you would say I got educated. "Our oldies were really nice! songs of the 70s...80s... see this.." Bless You Pakistan.

The song is very smooth, and it has subtle characteristics that stand out. The melody is very Asiatic, and it reminds me of some of the nuances when I posted some songs from Thailand and Laos.

Not to mention, much like Laos this video has loads of eye candy. Did I just commit haram? :P

Questions for You: 
Who wants to share some Eastern Music? You can never have too much.


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