Tagda Hoja Jatta Song Lyrics in English | Khazala, Gurlez Akhtar

Tagda Hoja Jatta Lyrics by Khazala ft, Gurlez Akhtar Latest Punjabi song sung by him and song lyrics of Tagda Hoja penned by Khazala. The music composed by Jassi X and the video directed by Teji Sandhu.

Tagda Hoja Jatta Lyrics in English

Love you wala mileyan message
Sikhar dopehere teraa we
Bheji ek smilee pistal naal angrey chehra we
Code word to samjh leyan mai
Pe gaya tenu ghera we
Ghumeyan naa kar kalla mai c
Laya zorr bhatera we
Maut Maare na bande nu
Banda ta marde darr to we

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Aa Tagda hojaa jatta tu
Jatti wi turpaai ghar to we
Tagda hoja jatta tu
Jatti vi turpaai ghar to we

Oh Keda jagg te jameya aye dass
Jatt nu gheran wala nai
Vella si te mood ban gaaya
Jutti feran wala nai

Nitt gitaa wich kehnde c jo
Saada nai aye todd koi
Aaj aunna nu mudan waaste
Labhda nai ae mod koi

Kann latta’cho fadd de ne hund
Jo c marde patt kudey

Tagda Hoja Jatta Credits

Song TitleTagda Hoja Jatta
SingerKhazala ft, Gurlez Akhtar
MusicJassi X
VideoTeji Sandhu
LabelSeven Music
, Tagda Hoja Jatta Song Lyrics in English | Khazala, Gurlez Akhtar

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Tagda Hoja Jatta Video Song

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