Gun Culture Lyrics English {Translation} — Cheema Y

The compelling lyrics of “Gun Culture” by Cheema Y delve into themes of identity, bravado, and societal norms, offering a stark contrast between the high-pressure cricket scenario and the harsh reality of gun culture in educational institutions. The track boasts a powerful beat and seamlessly blends traditional Punjabi elements with contemporary sounds, resulting in an authentic and modern composition. Notably, references to figures like Bindy Johal and frequent legal battles infuse the song with a raw, realistic edge.


Gun Culture Lyrics English Translation Cheema Y
Title Gun Culture
Vocalist(s) CHEEMA Y
Lyricist(s) Cheema Y
Producer(s) Gur Sidhu

The translated Punjabi lyrics to “Gun Culture” by Cheema Y explore themes of identity, bravado, and societal norms. The song contrasts the high-pressure cricket scenario with the violent reality of gun culture in schools and colleges, adding depth to the narrative. Musically, the track features a robust beat and a mix of traditional Punjabi elements with contemporary sounds, creating an authentic and modern feel. The references to figures like Bindy Johal and frequent legal battles add a layer of realism to the song.

GUN CULTURE LYRICS ENGLISH {TRANSLATION} — CHEEMA Y


Main Nikki-Motti Gal Te Story Nai Paunda
I refrain from sharing insignificant details on social media stories.
Tainu Aashiqan De Wangu Wangaan Den Nai Aaunda
I lack the knowledge of charming you like a lover with anklets, oh girl.
No Caller Id Ton Aiyan Miss Call-An Ne
Main Khudaa Jaanda Aa Pichhe Ki Chalaan Ne

I have been receiving missed calls with no caller ID, and I wonder about their intentions.
Meri Zindagi Khadi Aa Billo Os Mod Te
36 Run Chahide Aa Billo 6 Ball-An Ne

I feel like my life is comparable to a situation where a cricket batsman has to score 36 runs in just 6 balls.

Kalla Number Ni Gaddi Faraar Hougi
Not only will your phone number be gone, but your car as well.
Sadi Bhandeya Naa’ Tangi Talwar Hougi
Our swords will remain unsheathed.
Tainu Lag Jau Pata Ke Kine Parhe Likhe Aan
Sade College-An School-an Ch Vi Jandi Goli Chal

You will witness the level of education we have attained, even in the colleges and schools where gangsters fire gunshots.

Sare Bhau Like Karde Aa Gun-Culture
The singer confidently asserts that all the men from the ‘Majha’ region are fond of gun culture.
Velly Munde Like Karde Aa
All the rowdy guys like gun culture.
Sare Bhau Like Karde Aa Gun-Culture
The singer belts out a catchy chorus about how the guys from the ‘Majha’ region are all about the gun culture.
Mere Bai Like Karde Aa Gun Culture
All my brothers like the gun culture.
Velly Munde Like Karde Aa Gun Culture
Velly Munde Like Karde Aa

Gun culture is favored by rowdy men.

Bindy Johal Wangu Firda Main Airport-An Te
I freely wander through airports just like Bindy Johal did. (He was a Canadian gangster from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.)
Kam Nit Da Hi Hunda Aa Kacheri Court-An Te
I frequently attend court for the legal matters concerning me.
Hon Naiyo Dinda Mainu Andar Vakeel
My skilled attorney ensures that I won’t receive a jail sentence.
Khas Mera Rehnda Aa Jalandhar Vakeel
He belongs to Jalandhar city.
Aidaan De Bande Di Ki Aa Yaari Karni
Jine Sara Din Kudiyan Naal Kari Jani Gall

What’s the use of befriending someone who spends the entire day flirting with girls on the phone?

Sare Bhau Like Karde Aa Gun-Culture
The gun culture is adored by all the men hailing from the ‘Majha’ region.
Mere Bai Like Karde Aa Gun Culture
My siblings all have an affinity for gun culture.
Velly Munde Like Karde Aa Gun Culture
Gun culture is adored by all the unruly men.

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“Gun Culture” by Cheema Y provides a raw portrayal of a lifestyle often glamorized in the media. With its impactful lyrics and vibrant music, the song offers a complex perspective on the cultural and societal effects of gun culture. It challenges listeners to confront the harsh realities, making it a compelling piece that shines in the Punjabi music landscape. The song’s significance lies in its capacity to initiate discussions and contemplation about the influence of gun culture on both young people and society as a whole.

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