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Harris Jayaraj, an Indian film composer from Chennai, Tamil Nadu has written numerous scores and soundtracks for Tamil, Telugu and Hindi films.
His father, S. M. Jayakumar, a noted film guitarist was an assistant to Shyam, the Malayalam music director and later became a film composer.
Harris began his formal training in carnatic music when he was six. As per his father wish he learned classical guitar. At the 4th grade exam conducted by the Trinity
College of Music, London, Harris scored the highest mark in Asia. In 1987, at the tender age of twelve Harris began his music career as a guitarist.
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First night, First dreams, They are coming
Note: The English translation was done by an anonymous person.
Mudhal iravu, mudhal kanavu, varugiradhu
(First night, first dreams, coming)
Muzhu nilavu, oru milagu, erigiradhu
(full moon, one black pepper, burning)
Pagal nilavu, digil kanavu, varugiradhu
(day moon, nightmare, coming)
Vazhi sevuru, mazhai kuluru, adikiradhu
(a wall on the way, cold rain, beating)
Thirakkaadha vaanam ondru, pirikkaamal paathen indru
(non opening sky, without opening, I saw today)
Thiriyaadha paalai kondu wowuwowuyeah
(non spoiled milk, wowuwowuyeah)
Sirikkaadha pennai kandu, markkaadha nenjam ondru
(seeing non smiling girl, one non-forgetting heart)
Arikkaadha mudhugai kandu, wowuwowuyeah
(seeing non-scratchy back, wowuwowuyeah)