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2011 Cricket World Cup Song




The biggest cricketing event on the earth is about to take place. The tenth Cricket World Cup is around the corner. his world cup will be hosted by India, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. The tournament will start on February 19, 2011 and the opening ceremony will take place on February 17, 2011 in Bangladesh.



2011 Cricket World Cup Song is one of the main attractions of the opening ceremony. Even though, the song has been recorded in the month of December of 2010, but the song will be officially published in the opening ceremony. The theme song of 2011 Cricket World Cup is composed by Indian composer trio, Shankar, Ehsaan, and Loy. The song is called "De Ghuma Ke". The passionate number is recorded in three languages, Hindi, Sinhalese, and Bangla according to the official language of the hosting countries. The three versions of the song will be played during various matches in the tournament. The writer of the official song of 2011 cricket world cup is Shankar Mahadeavan, Ehsaan Noorani, Loy Mendonsa, and Manoj Yadav. The total length of the song is 3 minutes 56 seconds.

Jiyo Khiladi Wahe Wahe
Jiyo Khiladi Wahe Wahe
Jiyo Khiladi Wahe Wahe
Jiyo Khiladi Wahe Wahe

Ayede Peyde (De Ghumake)
Aare Paare (De De Ghumake)
Uttiguttam (De Ghumake)
Adchan Khadchan (De De Ghumake)

Jiyo Khiladi Wahe Wahe
Jiyo Khiladi Wahe Wahe

Hmm.... Ayede Peyde (De Ghumake)
Aare Paare (De De Ghumake)
Uttiguttam (De Ghumake)
Adchan Khadchan (De De Ghumake)
Juta Hosla Badal Faisla
Badhale Tu Bindas Kafila
Khel Jamale Kasam Uthale
Bajake Chutki Dhool Chatadhe

De Ghumake, Ghumake, Ghumake, Ghumake,
De Ghumake, Ghumake
Jiyo Khiladi Wahe Wahe

De Ghumake, Ghumake, Ghumake, Ghumake,
De Ghumake, Ghumake
Jiyo Khiladi Wahe Wahe

Aasman Mein Mar Ke Dubki
Udadhe Jaa Sooraj Ki Jhapki
Sarr Se Cheer Hawa Ka Parda
Bandhle Patte Jamke Gardaa
Mar Ke Surri Sagar Mein Tu
Chhaang Bator Laga Gal Mein
Phaad Ke Chappar Masti Mauj Ki
Barish Hogi Ghar Ghar Mein

De Ghumake, Ghumake, Ghumake, Ghumake,
De Ghumake, Ghumake
Jiyo Khiladi Wahe Wahe
De Ghumake, Ghumake, Ghumake, Ghumake,
De Ghumake, Ghumake
Jiyo Khiladi Wahe Wahe

Atki Saans Sui Ki Nok Par
Khel Bada Hi Gehera Hai
Maza Bhi Hai Rumancedaar Sa Iska
Ranga Rangi Ye Chehera Hai
Itti Shitti Ho Halla Sab
Hullan Dhoom Dhadaka Hai
Khel Khiladi Tadak Bhadak Sab

Jalta Bhadaka Hai De Ghumake, Ghumake, Ghumake, Ghumake,
De Ghumake, Ghumake
Jiyo Khiladi Wahe Wahe

De Ghumake, Ghumake, Ghumake, Ghumake,
De Ghumake, Ghumake
Jiyo Khiladi Wahe Wahe

Ayede Peyde (De Ghumake)
Aare Paare (De De Ghumake)
Uttiguttam (De Ghumake)
Adchan Khadchan (De De Ghumake)
Juta Hosla Badal Faisla
Badhale Tu Bindas Kafila
Khel Jamale Kasam Uthale
Bajake Chutki Dhool Chatadhe

De Ghumake, Ghumake, Ghumake, Ghumake,
De Ghumake, Ghumake
Jiyo Khiladi Wahe Wahe
De Ghumake, Ghumake, Ghumake, Ghumake,
De Ghumake, Ghumake
Jiyo Khiladi Wahe Wahe





Last Updated on 01 April 2011



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