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Angin Kencang - Noh Salleh



Dalam silauan cahya membatas pandangan mata
Namun jelas ku lihat kamu
Biarpun ku sedar kau kian jauh
Tinggalkan aku yang rapuh

Angin kencang membawa kau
Jauh ke sana kau hilang terus tanpa khabar
Tidur malam ku mimpi indah ingat kamu ku rindui kamu

Apa yang ku fikirkan inilah penyiksaan biarpun beribu tahun
Dan namun kau sentiasa dihatiku menuai senyuman mu

Angin kencang membawa kau
Jauh ke sana kau hilang terus tanpa khabar
Tidur malam ku mimpi indah ingat kamu ku merindui kamu

Angin kencang membawa kau
Jauh ke sana kau hilang terus tanpa khabar
Tidur malam ku mimpi indah ingat kamu

Angin kencang membawa kau
Jauh ke sana kau hilang terus tanpa khabar
Tidur malam ku mimpi indah ingat kamu
Ku merindui kamu

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