Thursday Tunes: Hello! Remember when Brett Lee’s singing stumped the life out of us?

first_imgWhen it comes to a certain person named Brett Lee, your inclination towards the sport he is associated with doesn’t really matter much. Does it?Well, at least to us it really doesn’t!There’s a tiny, little, biased spot in our hearts that will continue to be reserved for this Australian cricketer whose skills have charmed us for years–both on and off the field.However, this time round we’re not going to rave about how Lee is counted among the fastest bowlers the cricketing world has ever witnessed, neither are we going to talk about how he was the first bowler to take a hat-trick in Twenty20 International cricket–we will instead speak about the time when this man managed to stump us with his attempt at singing.Also Read: Thursday Tunes: When RD Burman’s Bheegi Bheegi Raaton Mein got a sultry makeover Released during the 2006 edition of the ICC Champions Trophy in India, Lee’s track, You’re the One for Me not only conquered hearts but several music charts across the country. Featuring popular Indian singer, Asha Bhosle, the track traces the story of a westerner (Lee) doing his bit in winning over an Indian girl.If a YouTube description is to be believed, Lee penned down the lyrics for the track in a mere 30 minutes–in between the practice sessions of the Champions Trophy 2006.Also Read: Thursday Tunes: When Aryans’ Aankhon Mein Tera Hi Chehra and Shahid Kapoor’s innocence won our hearts Those who know Lee are aware that apart from being a terrific cricketer, he is also a part of rock band Six & Out as the bass guitarist and vocalist. And if you’re yet to quantify the love he has for music, let us also tell you that the Australian cricketer is also the man behind Mewsic–an India-based foundation that uses music as a tool to heal, educate and empower marginalised children in India.advertisementDressed in a green kurta and crooning in both, Hindi and English, Lee’s You’re the One for Me will remain with us till eternity.Till then, here’s where you can treat your eyes and ears.last_img read more

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