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I apologize for the delay in providing the LL clue as am on the move.

Whenever, I hear this song, I get goosebumps as it reminds me of the thoughts of yonder. This song was so familiar that it used to be blared from almost every street under whatever pretext of a function it used to be 🙂

It’s a clever song. Just look at the way the fusion magic happens. It has a Carnatic Jathi kind of arrangement with a sexy sax jaunt throughout. The lead and bass guitars add more spice and so is the flute. A Mediterranean sounding instrument is also clearly adding more to the milieu.

Should be easy, right? 🙂

Have a nice day.

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Clue: Please try to figure out the answer sincerely as the posted audio is the clue and hint you will ever need. But, if you need one more lifeline, then just select the box below,with your mouse, between the double-quotes to view the additional hint:

All songs in this movie was by Kavignar Vaalee.

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Answer: Nee Kettaal (நீ கேட்டால் நான் மாட்டேன்) from Ilamai Oonjalaadugirathu (இளமை ஊஞ்சலாடுகிறது) (1978)