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وصلو العرسان
The Bride and Groom


Fares Karam - Weslo El 3orsan (وصلو العرسان)

Artist : Fares Karam
Song : Weslo El 3orsan
Album : El Hamdlellah
Lyricist : Wissam El Ameer
Composer : Wissam El Ameer
Arranger : -
Producer : Rotana
Year : 2010
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وصلو وصلو العرسان والعروسه عم تتنقل متل الغزلان
والبيه بعينه فى دمعه امها بضوي شمعه كل الحاره مجتمعه
تزلغط نسوان والهيدي تعملها حنة هيدي ترقص وتغنى
وهيدي تقوله تتهنى وعقبالى كمان
رائيس البلديه والمختار مشيو سويه راحو جابو العريس
عريس وعالى جبينه وعا شماله وع يمينه ويقوله اه يا عريس
طبل وزمر وهليه ولليله مابعده لليله حيو العرسان
عريس الزين ويتهنى يطلب عينينا ويتمنى
والى سبع تمانه اول يتحدا التاني قولوا حلا القصايد
سيف وترس وباروده والدبيكه موجوده هيك عنا العوايد
وكتاف تهز وتحكي وكلن عا كلمه واحده يدمو العرسان
The bride and groom have arrived
And the bride is striding like a gazelle
And her dad has a tear in his eye
Her mother is lighting a candle
The whole neighborhood has gathered
The women zalghet (zalghet is a sound that Arabs make on happy occasions)
And for her they made a henna party
While others dance and sing
And other females wish her [the bride] well and say 3e2beli too (3e2beli is said when you wish yourself the same thing)

The bride and groom have arrived
And the bride is striding like a gazelle
The mayor and the Mekhtar walked together (a Mekhtar is a person who is respected among people in the village)
They went and got the groom
He is the groom and his forehead is held high
And to his left and to his right
They are saying ohhh groom
Beat the tabla and honk your horns in cheer for tonight is not like other nights
And salute the bride and groom

The bride and groom have arrived
And the bride is striding like a gazelle
May the groom be in bliss and he can ask for our eyes and wish
I'm gonna go back and listen to the song when I can and I'll look this line over
Recite the best poems
A sword, a shield, and a gun, and the dabeeke is present
This is how our traditions are
Shoulders are shaking and speaking, and they are all saying the same words
May the bride and groom live happily [ever after]

The bride and groom have arrived
And the bride is striding like a gazelle
And her dad has a tear in his eye
Her mother is lighting a candle
The whole neighborhood has gathered
The women zalghet
And for her they made a henna party
While others dance and sing
And other females wish her [the bride] well and say 3e2beli too