Topic started by peeps (@ 126.96.36.199) on Mon Sep 18 10:32:27 EDT 2000.
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can anyone explain why melody has a longer life than dappanguthu songs?????any scientific reason behind this?@#$@$@#
- From: darul (@ 188.8.131.52)
on: Mon Sep 18 12:43:39 EDT 2000
Melody songs are like staying with ur mother and feeling very homely and on contrast hearing dabanguthu is like going out to a party!
- From: Udhaya (@ 184.108.40.206)
on: Mon Sep 18 13:51:37 EDT 2000
I haven't lived with my mother for 18 years, but I have partied for 20 years and intend to party on 'til I die and this is supposed to mean that I don't like melody? Nalla kooththappaa.
- From: Ramki (@ 220.127.116.11)
on: Mon Sep 18 14:08:03 EDT 2000
what kind of songs will i like if I stay with my wife and feel homely?or go partying with my wife?:)
- From: MS (@ 18.104.22.168)
on: Mon Sep 18 15:38:52 EDT 2000
Ramki - your post is more like "songs for my wife when we want to party" - a smilar query was raised by Aththa somewhere else :-)
that aside - Don't you think it is a little early for you to collect ? :-)
- From: vettiyaanpayan (@ 22.214.171.124)
on: Mon Sep 18 16:31:32 EDT 2000
partyku ponga car key-a maathipathupol pondaatiya maaththikathinga
- From: copy deva (@ 126.96.36.199)
on: Tue Sep 19 00:14:30 EDT 2000
in MUSIC the first letter "m" stands for melody...
without that it becomes usic(u sick)
so music without melody is sickening..
hi hi hi copy adichathukku mannichidunga...
- From: karthi (@ 188.8.131.52)
on: Tue Sep 19 01:37:50 EDT 2000
The entire universe is set off in a rhythmic harmony, and as humans we, naturally (unless driven by opposing forces) are drawn towards harmony which definitely melody is and I think this's the reason. The same dappanguthu will linger longer if it has some melodious notes...
- From: Rajesh (@ 184.108.40.206)
on: Thu Sep 21 22:08:39 EDT 2000
Perhaps, its because it is more pleasant (and easier?) to hum a melody.
- From: Aham Brahmasmi (@ 220.127.116.11)
on: Fri Sep 22 02:19:13 EDT 2000
Karthi, congrats for perceiving 'AUM' as the origin of all sounds and as a representation of God. Please enlighten other lesser mortals like us.
- From: RS/AAththta (@ 18.104.22.168)
on: Mon Sep 25 13:56:10 EDT 2000
MS, naan eppO partying with wife paththi posting pOttEn;-))
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