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Sunn Le Rabb Chords with Guitar Strumming by Sachet Tandon

Sunn le rabb is a song that needs no introduction as it has already won the hearts of the audience. This mesmerising melody is from the film Pal pal dil ke paas. The soulful rendition has been sung and composed by the versatile and very talented Sachet Tandon. From the feature film soundtrack genre, this track uses the guitars and the piano and the drums and the other instruments brilliantly. Sunn le rabb chords are of the medium level of difficulty and a bit of skills are needed on the part of the player to play them. The guitar chords of Sunn le rabb are five in number and they are Bm, A, G, F#m, Em. This track has been played in the Bm scale with a moderately paced tempo and a signature 4/4 beat. The chords of Sunn le rabb follow a strumming pattern of D UUD UUD.

Sunn Le Rabb Guitar Chords

Song Key/Scale: Bm
Chords Used: Bm, A, G, F#m, Em
Difficulty: Medium
Strumming Pattern: D UUD UUD

Intro Music:
[Bm] [A] [G] [A]

Verse
[Bm]Sun le Rabb ve mera [A]tu
[G]Aj tak sab le [Bm]laiya
[Bm]Kujj vi na tennu me [A]puchheya
[G]Sb kuj me seh [Bm]gaya

Chorus
Je meri [F#m]Sehar nu kuj vi [Em]hua
Eh meri [G]aakhri honi [A]dua
Dua me na [Bm]fir hath [A]uthengey
[G]Tera mera [A]rishta fanna [Bm]

Chorus
[Bm]Dua mein na fir hath [A]uthenge
[G]Tera mera [A]rishta fanna [Bm]

Music:
[Bm] [A] [G] [A]
[Bm] [A] [G] [A]

[Bm]Aaa [A]aa [G]aaa [A]aa
[Bm]Aaa [A]aa [G]aaa [A]aa

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Song Credits

Song Title: Sunn Le Rabb
Singer/Artist: Sachet Tandon
Film/Movie: Pal Pal Dil ke Paas
Music Composition: Sachet Parampara
Music Label: Zee Music Company
Release Year: 2019
Language: Hindi

More About the Song: Sunn le rabb is a quite heart rendering number. This track is a vent to our deep angsts. Often we face downs in life and are broken and shattered. During that time we blame the Almighty for the bad times and this song croons about the hurt and hopelessness we harbour in our hearts. The song has been composed in Punjabi and Hindi and the music has quite a Sufi and Qawali vibe about it. There are a lot of crests and troughs in the music. The rhythm alternates from fast to slow and the beats are absent in the first verse and have been added from the chorus. That adds to the charm of the song and gives it that intended dramatic impact. Sachet is wonderful and stellar as usual and he keeps us spellbound with his enticing performance. His voice is extremely powerful and sturdy and his gentle vocals keep us hooked onto this song. The melody runs for only 2:12 minutes leaving us wishing for more as we do not want this beautiful melody to end soon. There is a deep sense of pathos and melancholy in this song and it harmonises well with the pensive and the doleful mood.

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