I asked you to leave, but deep down I still think of you when "aaoge jab tum" plays. Aaoge jab tum is relatable for every mad-in-love person who got dumped for no reason but just because the other person has changed. For every person who loves rains more than their lives but aren't living the life because of the unexpected move. They just keep waiting in love'. There are moments, hugs, kisses and love and then suddenly another person changes. It's hard to wait but still the hope in you keeps you going
"Aaoge jab tum ho sajna, Angana, phool khilenge. Barsega Sawan, Barsega Sawan, Jhoom Jhoom ke."
When left without a reason, the other person's rainbows disappear. He/she doesn't feel like watering to his/her garden. Love is just like a rain to them which will set everything alright and bring them flowers. Again, "Naina tere kajrare hai, Naino pe hum dil haare hai, Anjaane hi tere naino ne, Waade kiye kahi saare hai!"
These lines play and remind of the beautiful eyes of their lover and all the promises they made in love' but couldn't just keep. Their heart wrenches. "Chanda ko taaku raato me, Hai zindagi tere hathon me, Palko pe jhilmil tare hai, Aana bhari barsaaton me."