Ami Opar Hoye Boshe Achhi
Listen to the instrumental music on flute and relish in the fall beauty of Ottawa, Canada. Apparently, it seems two different worlds juxtaposed together, when you view the video and listen to the tune on flute. But the eternal longings of human beings are delineated in the tune and in the lyrics as well, so you are most likely to find the similarities. In fact, you cannot comprehend the nuances at one listening.
The original lyrics of the song enshrine some valuable words that set melancholic ambiance and create pathos. They go like this:
O Merciful! I am waiting eagerly; please take me across the river. As I am sitting at the quay, the sun sinks at the western horizon. I do not see any way-up but you in my deep crisis. All my life I could not pray for you. Only did I walk along the paths of bad deeds.
I have heard your name as Saviour. As I have sinned a multitude, I am hopeful and calling you by that name. If you do not save this distressed, that name will bring you ill-fame, and that time who will call you Saviour any more?
This is a mystic song written and composed by Fakir Lalon Shah. The flute holds only the mystic tune, not the lyrics. It tries to play the pathos of the song. Here it goes! Enjoy!