man ki-aa kahtaa ha-o ki-aa kahtaa

iblwvlu mhlw 5 ] (823-3)
bilaaval mehlaa 5.
Bilaaval, Fifth Mehl:

mn ikAw khqw hau ikAw khqw ]
man ki-aa kahtaa ha-o ki-aa kahtaa.
What does the mind say? What can I say?

jwn pRbIn Twkur pRB myry iqsu AwgY ikAw khqw ]1] rhwau ]
jaan parbeen thaakur parabh mayray tis aagai ki-aa kahtaa. ||1|| rahaa-o.
You are wise and all-knowing, O God, my Lord and Master; what can I say to You? ||1||Pause||

Anboly kau quhI pCwnih jo jIAn mih hoqw ]
anbolay ka-o tuhee pachhaaneh jo jee-an meh hotaa.
You know even what is not said, whatever is in the soul.

ry mn kwie khw lau fhkih jau pyKq hI sMig sunqw ]1]
ray man kaa-ay kahaa la-o dehkahi ja-o paykhat hee sang suntaa. ||1||
O mind, why do you deceive others? How long will you do this? The Lord is with you; He hears and sees everything. ||1||

AYso jwin Bey min Awnd Awn n bIE krqw ]
aiso jaan bha-ay man aanad aan na bee-o kartaa.
Knowing this, my mind has become blissful; there is no other Creator.

khu nwnk gur Bey dieAwrw hir rMgu n kbhU lhqw ]2]8]94]
kaho naanak gur bha-ay da-i-aaraa har rang na kabhoo lahtaa. ||2||8||94||
Says Nanak, the Guru has become kind to me; my love for the Lord shall never wear off. ||2||8||94||