Learn Persian with Persian song 'FOR'

About this Persian song

For is a song that speaks to the hearts of many Iranians who long for freedom and justice in their country. Shervin Hajipour, a young Iranian singer-songwriter wrote and sang this Persian song. The tweets of Iranian citizens in Persian language expressing their reasons for wanting more rights and democracy inspired him. This Persian song became an unofficial anthem of the resistance movement in Persian language. It emerged after the tragic death of Mahsa Amini. She was killed by Iran’s morality police for not wearing a hijab.

What do you find in Persian Campus

The song is in Persian language, however, the English Version of the song is available. I also have transcribed it in APA system to help you read the Persian lyrics. You just need to sign in. Then go to Lyrics training and Let’s read to access the lyrics of the song. Learning Persian can open up new horizons of understanding and appreciation for the history, art, music, and literature of this region. Use this Persian song to practice reading in Persian. It also can enhance your Persian vocabulary. One of the best exercises you can do to extend your listening skill in Persian language is to try to sing along to the song, or as I say repeat simultaneously. This can help you to become fluent in Persian language.

The Persian song “For” is a powerful expression of hope and courage in the face of oppression and violence. It is a tribute to Mahsa Amini and all the other victims of human rights violations in Iran. It is also a call for solidarity and action among people who share the same vision of a better future. The song “For” is not only a song but a voice of a generation that demands change.

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