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Sneak Peak of FLY!!

Friends remember I'd talked about a song from Sam long long long long time back. Well for all the reasons you know about Sam' laziness and also coz of not finding any suitable lyrics at the end; it's still to be completed.

Anyways here's a 'First Look' at the new 'original' creation from 'The Eastern Forces'.

If you like the song, please call up Sam & force him to finish off the song.


Ankit said…
wow man...awesome.....
raj alakshendra said…
sahi hai be ... jaldi poora kar ....

aur ye file download nahi ho sakta kya ???
Good one.
I can make out that Sam was laughing at some of the lyrics while singing them. Some parts are a bit to blank (lack of lyrics), but the music was brilliant. Come'n, finish it soon.
Wow!!! The song is amazing...the way it's composed is absolutely superb..however the last part that is hindi one doesnt gell well coz of the unrelated lyrics so it's kinda sounding awkard there..otherwise gud work!!!

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