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“Habibty”; Amr Diab Posted by on Dec 21, 2016 in Arabic Language, Culture, Pronunciation, Vocabulary

Ahlan, Arabic fans! Today I am presenting a beautiful song by Amr Diab عــَـــمــْـــرو دِيــَـــاب . The song is entitled “حبيبتي /Habibty/” which translates as “My Beloved”. Like all of Amr’s songs, the song is in the Egyptian slang Arabic (Cairene Arabic).

The song “Habibty” is number six in the album أحلى و أحلى /Ahla w Ahla/”. The album has a total of twelve songs. It was produced by Nay for Media in 2016. The song has a duration of 03:46 minutes. It was written by the poet Tamer Hussien تامر حسين and composed by Tarik Nadim طارق نديم. It has very beautiful rhyming and is built of easy short words and lines.

I did the English translation for the song and I hope you will love it.


My Beloved

أنا ليا نظرة أعرف بيها

I have a look that helps me know

 الواحدة ايه أحلى ما فيها

What the best thing in a woman is

و أهى فكرة جيتى ولَغيتيها

And this is an idea that you came and canceled

ماهى كل حاجة فيكى جميلة

Because everything in you is beautiful

حبيبتى لما بتتمايل

My beloved when sways

خطوتها بتسوى هوايل

Her steps do miracles

دي عامله في القلب عمايل

She has captured my heart

ياللي جمالك ربانى

O, you that your beauty is divine

بأحب أغازلك بأغانى

I love to court with you by songs

ياللي جمالك ربانى

O, you that your beauty is divine

بأحب أقول فيكى أغانى

I love to say songs in you

يا أحلى كلمه علي لسانى

O, you are the sweetest word on my tongue

غير حبك انتي ماليش سيرة

A part from your love, I have nothing to say

عودك طرح قبل آوانه

Your stem has flourished before it is due

جمّل حياتى بألوانه

It has beautified my life with its colors

بان الجواب من عنوانه

And the book was shown by its cover

قدام عنيكى ماليش حيله

Before your eyes, I am helpless!  


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Peace ســَــلام /Salam/

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About the Author: Fisal

Well, I was born near the city of Rasheed or Rosetta, Egypt. Yes, the city where the Rosetta Stone was discovered. It is a small city on the north of Egypt where the Nile meets the Mediterranean. I am a Teacher of EFL.


  1. Amma: