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Lyrics Video of song The Young Ones by Richard Cliff Song Inspired Copied by Rajesh Roshan


Lyrics Video of song  The Young Ones by Richard Cliff Song Inspired Copied by Rajesh Roshan

Song name - The Young Ones
Singer – Richard Cliff
Year -  1961
Movie Album -  The Young Ones

The Young Ones (US title: Wonderful to Be Young!) is a British musical released in 1961, featuring singer Cliff Richard.
Release date(s)     - 19 December 1961
This song is performed by Cliff Richard and appears on the album The Young Ones [1961-62]

Lyrics of the song The Young Ones by Cliff Richard

The young ones
Darling, we are the young ones

And the young ones
Shouldn't be afraid
To live, love

While the flame is strong
For we may not be
The young ones very long

Tomorrow Why wait until tomorrow
'Coz tomorrow
Sometimes never comes
So love me
There is a song to be sung
And the best time
Is to sing it while we are young

Once in every lifetime
Comes a love like this

I need you,
You need me
Oh, my darling, can't you see
young dreams
Should be dreams together

And young hearts
Shouldn't be afraid

And some day
When the years have flown
Darling, then we'll teach
The young ones of our own

Once in every lifetime
Comes a love like this
I need you,
You need me

Oh, my darling, can't you see
young dreams

Should be dreams together
And young hearts
Shouldn't be afraid

And some day
When the years have flown
Darling, then we'll teach
The young ones of our own

Watch the Video of the song The Young Ones by Cliff Richard



The Young Ones song inspired Bollywood also.

Movie Name - Des Pardes

Song Name - Nazrana beja kisi ne

Copied from original Song - Cliff Richard's 'Young ones'

Watch the video of the song Nazrana beja kisi ne from movie Des Pardes
Movie : Des Pardesh
Music Director : Rajesh Roshan
Singer : Kishore Kumar
Director : Dev Anand




Short Biography of  Sir Cliff Richard

Birth name - Sir Cliff Richard,  [born - Harry Rodger Webb ]
Born     - 14 October 1940
Birth Place - Lucknow, United Provinces, British India
Genres - Skiffle, rock and roll, pop, gospel, contemporary Christian music
Occupations - Musician, actor, philanthropist

Harry Rodger Webb was born  at the King George Hospital, Victoria Street, in Lucknow, India, to Rodger Oscar Webb, a manager for a catering contractor that serviced the Indian Railways, and his wife Dorothy Marie Dazely.

Richard was baptised Harry Rodger Webb on 2 November 1940 at St Thomas's Church, Dehradun, India

In around 1945, his family moved to Howrah, near Calcutta, where he started his schooling in St. Thomas' Church School, Howrah

In 1948, following Indian independence the family embarked on a three-week sea voyage to Tilbury, Essex, England aboard the SS Ranchi.

Richard was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II on 25 October 1995

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Tags – English Classic Songs
 

10 comments:

Usha August 18, 2012  

I like this song and had no idea that Rajesh Roshan has copied it from Cliff Richard's song.Original song is very nice.

Good to read the interesting biography of Cliff Richard. Thanks for sharing.

Shaw August 18, 2012  

not my type of music

anney August 18, 2012  

This is a beautiful song!

Susan Deborah August 20, 2012  

Oh my gawd! Whenever I heard this song from Des Pardes, I always used to wonder that why it sounded so familiar. Now I know.

And, I am a great fan of Cliff Richard.

Thanks. I didn't know plagiarism existed even before the Internet.

Joy always,
Susan