Alif Lyrics {English Meaning} — Dabzee | SA | Abraw

“Alif Lyrics English Meaning” is a powerful Malayalam song by Dabzee, SA, and Abraw that showcases Dabzee and Sa. The music, created by Abraw and helmed by Ovin Saga Aryadan and Olin Saga Aryadan, is a poignant delve into memory, loss, and the profound emotional bonds shaped by wisdom and culture.


Alif Lyrics Meaning Dabzee SA
Title Alif
Vocalist(s) Dabzee
Lyricist(s) Dabzee, Sa
Producer(s) Abraw

ALIF LYRICS {ENGLISH MEANING} — DABZEE | SA | ABRAW

Alifinte Kanam Kondu Madrasa Nirannannu-
Laminteyum Meeminteyum Koottannu Koodyannu
Harkattil Alinjedittu Manassakam Chirichannu
Arivinte Lokam Puthechenne Mudyannu

The Madrasa overflowed with the weight of Alif,
The company of Laam and Meem joined in.
My heart melted and laughed within,
As the world of knowledge covered and enveloped it.

Moochikku Kallond Nalenam Veekyannu
Chorinte Patrattil Mungyannu Pongyannu
Kajakkum Rojakkum Fanaayi Theernannu
Jyotinte Achaar Koottannu Thinnannu

I threw four stones at the cat,
Dipped and rose in the rice bowl.
I became a fan of cashew and rose,
And ate pickles with joy.

Kurkante Kanakaale Barkattil Kirketthi
Orkattil Koorkkattil Kirketthi Karangyethi
Thottinte Attatthu Kattat Kettit
Paadattum Parabbattum Parannannu Nadannannu

Following the crow’s calculations, I reached the Banyan tree,
Reached the Banyan tree, circled around it, and came back.
Tied a knot at the end of the branch,
Flew and walked through fields and meadows.

Ppalatinteyum Mandakathu Tuninjannu Keryannu
Kunungyannu Kirngyannu Kulngyannu Kilngyannu
Chanteinte Tholinte Kattyannu Koranjannu
Polichannu Porichannu Polinjannu Thirinjinnu

I climbed onto the banana tree’s head,
Jumped, hopped, and leaped.
I bit into the orange peel,
Smashed it, fried it, broke it, and turned around.

Thirinjinu Thirinjinu Thirinjinu Thirinjinu,
Thirinjinu Thirinjinu Thirinjinu Thirinjinu,
Thirinjinu Thirinjinu Thirinjinu Thirinjinu,
Thirinjinu Thirinjinu Thirinjinu Thirinjinu,

Turning and turning and turning and turning,
Turning and turning and turning and turning.

Mannkku Enne Pokku, Pallikku Enne Pokku, Marichittu Anennollu.
Munne Kaaluthaan Thonnathenthennu Ppo Pallinte Chorkku Kaanunnundu.
Kannodichappo Kandu Madrasa,
Kann Neer Aayi Chaadunnundu,
Marichittilla Kaanunnundu, Nalla Vedanayavunnundu.

They say you’re gone, to the soil, to the mosque, that you’re dead.
I don’t feel like stepping forward, but I see the mosque’s courtyard.
When I looked, I saw the Madrasa, tears welled up in my eyes.
You’re not dead, I see you, it hurts so much.

We Started From The Alif (ا), Now We Beyond Alf (ألف),
The First Chapter I Studied, Everything We Do Will Be On Us.
If It Wasn’t For The Scenes We Lived,
If It Wasn’t For The Team We Built To Protect Our Own,
Our Home, Our Home.

Alifnnu Parayalle, Aayiram Ormarum,
Alfinte Polivnnt, Ennaayalum Poi Varum,
Marichellumbo Kaanande?
Kujjuthi Moodande, Pettilettadakande?
Kathichu Vaarande, Vellattiloychande?

Don’t say Alif, it holds a thousand memories.
Even if it’s just the dust of Alif, I’ll come back.
Won’t you see me when I die?
Won’t you cover me with a shroud, put me in a coffin?
Won’t you burn me, immerse me in water?

Pallakku Paychappo Chempadach Poiynte Kanna Adichu Polichande?
Kammatam Minni, Kannonnand Chimmy,
Pandummachi Paranjannathellandu Kettappo

Won’t you smash and break the eyes of the one who walked away with a swagger when I went to the mosque?
With eyes sparkling, I blinked once,
I heard everything my grandmother said.

Thirinjinu Thirinjinu Paranjathu Thirinjinu,
Maari Poi, Theranj Theranj Madathu,
Innji Poi Cherinjirinnorangi, Nerangi Kettanothungi,
Chetti, Maramonangi, Keni Palathathorungi.

Turning and turning, everything I said was turning,
You went away, I searched and searched until I was tired,
I went away, lay down, slept, withered away,
Plants and trees dried up, many traps were set.

Thirinjinu Thirinjinu Thirinjinu Thirinjinu,
Thirinjinu Thirinjinu Thirinjinu Thirinjinu,

Turning and turning and turning and turning,
Turning and turning and turning and turning.

Mannkku Enne Pokku, Pallikku Enne Pokku, Marichittu Anennollu.
Munne Kaaluthaan Thonnathenthennu Ppo Pallinte Chorkku Kaanunnundu.
Kannodichappo Kandu Madrasa, Kann Neer Aayi Chaadunnundu.
Marichittilla Kaanunnundu, Nalla Vedanayavunnundu.

They say you’re gone, to the soil, to the mosque, that you’re dead.
I don’t feel like stepping forward, but I see the mosque’s courtyard.
When I looked, I saw the Madrasa, tears welled up in my eyes.
You’re not dead, I see you, it hurts so much.

Alif Music Video

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