Single Saturdays: Nassif Zeytoun – Kel Youm Bahebik

Nassif Zeytoun has another incredible hit Kel Youm Bahebik (I Love You Everyday). The guy tells his significant other he loves her using the Arabic letters of the word Bahebek ( بحبك) to make a sentence. It’s similar to Frank Sinatra’s classic hit L.OV.E.

The music is Arabic Pop, a composition by Mohamed Bachar. The guitar and the saxophone are the instruments in the background. The sound is upbeat overall until it ends on a slow romantic note. It reminds of the music heard in the romantic comedies that I enjoy.

Nassif Zeytoun’s voice is cheerful and beautiful, as well as silvery and romantic. He sings softly, as though he were whispering.

The lyrics have a romantic simplicity to them in which the verses have four lines, while the chorus has five lines. Omar Sary wrote the words to Kel Youm Bahebik. As mentioned before, he uses the letter of Bahebak to describe his love for his significant like in the song L.O.V.E by Frank Sinatra. The words are so lovely and genuine.

The single Kel Youm Bahebik is now available.

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