First we Need the Love. Peaceful, peaceful, peaceful peace Salamun, salamun, salamun, salam. A is for Allah. Oh Mountains of Makkah, what can you say Of the day that Ibrahim passed your way? Every thought I have, And every word I share, He knows. The sounds of Zain Bhikha are legendary.
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King of the World.
04. Songs of a Soul – 2014
I Remember your Smile. They are synonymous with Faith, Hope and the need for global peace. My Mum is Amazing. Songs of a Soul – Commemorating twenty years, Songs of a Soul captures the best of Zain Bhikha as voted by the fans. First we Need the Love. How did it feel knowing he was to be the last and most beloved of all?
Every grain of sand, In every desert land, He knows. And He was instructed by God to build A House of peace where people will pray And they will come on every lean camel and out of every ravine For the purpose of praising Allah To glorify Allah Oh Mountains of Makkah, what can you tell Of the day that stones from the sky fell?
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They capture Zain in the present and give the message of thanks ypu love that he feels after all these years. Oh Mountains of Makkah, what can you say Of the day that Ibrahim passed your way? O what a wonderful world this would be if we all open our eyes to see He is all that we need right slone and we can all come together somewhere Every thought I have, And every word I share, He knows.
Peaceful, peaceful, peaceful peace Salamun, salamun, salamun, salam. The sounds of Zain Bhikha are legendary. We made peace a symbol of ours; in the name of peace bhikhaa gather here now.
Every shade of palm, Every closed hand, He knows. Glory be to Allah. A is for Allah. Five times a day, we stand and pray Oh ya Allah!
You Are Never Alone Lyrics Zain Bhikha ※
However, his collaborations with long-time friends and fellow artists, Dawud Wharnsby, Khalid Belrhouzi and Khalil Ismail have also resulted in the outstanding new release Someday that will leave you with goose bumps.
Salaam, Salaamun Salaam In our deepest, darkest hour of the night Different colours bind to make the purest light Finally free in our submission To the One with whom our hearts reside Gaze into the deepest well Find a pearl within the hardest shell See reflections of ourselves Gou, Salaam Salaamun Salaam Salaam.
Zamilooni, Zamilooni Dathirooni, Dathirooni A mighty task has come before me… I need you here with me…by my side…. You are as-Salam, from You comes salam and with You is salam, To You belongs the command bhikna all aloje between Your hands are the hearts of all beings So Lord, indeed!
A’ is for Allah, nothing but Allah; Ba is the beginning of Bismillah; Ta is for Taqwa, bewaring of Allah; and Tha is for Thawab, a reward; Ja is for Janna, the Garden of Paradise; Ha is for Hajj, the blessed pilgrimage; Kha is for Khaatem, the seal of the prophethood given to the Prophet, Muhammed SAW ; Da is for Deen, Al-Islam, religion with Allah since time began; Dha is for dhikr, remembering Allah; and Ra is for the month of Ramadhan, ohh Ramadhan; Za is for Zakat to pure our greed, when we give our money to those in need; Sa is for Salamu alaikum, peace be with you wa’alaikum assalam; Sha is for shams, the shining sun, which Allah placed for everyone; and Sua is for salat, for when we pray facing him, everyday, facing him, till we meet our lord; Allah there’s only one God and Muhammed is his Messenger.
What has hardened our hearts? Allah, La ilaha illa’allah; Dua is for duha, the morning light, the sun has turned from red to white; Tua is for tareeq, the path to walk upon; and Dhua is for dhil, a shadow; and Aa is for ilm, the thing to know, to make our knowledge grow, in Islam; Gha is for ghaib, a world unseen and that we know is not a dream; Fa is for, the Opening, Al-Fatiha; and Qua for the Qur’an, the book of God; and Ka is for kalima, a word we’re taught to teach us what is good and what is not; and La is for the beginning of La ilaha illa’allah; Ma is for the Messenger Muhammed-ur-Rasoolillah.
Verse 3 an hour, a day that’s 42 million per annum, man you aint got time to play cos praying is what pays when investing in heaven drop the cocaine and the clubs, and the vices of Satan cos he is the one that diverts you, yeah till you visit the graves then realise a life of virtue So, sieze the day, make it count, make a change believe in Allah, His angels, books, the last day the greatest of man, all the prophets who came Salamun, salamun, salamun, salam.
Every sparkling tear, On every eyelash, He knows. Give Thanks to Allah. When you smile at me I see my whole life fade All my fears dissipate And I know that I, will be okay When you hold my hand I can walk a hundred miles Leave this whole world behind And I know that I Will be alright Cos you see in me, the best that I can be Like an angel your light shines, a beacon in the sea Chorus: Allah, la ilaha illa’allah; Na is for nawm, the sleep God gave to give us rest after the day; Ha is for the Hijra, the journey that, the Prophet made; and Wa for wudu before we pray to help us wash our sins away.