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Sinn Sisamouth

"King of Khmer music"
Background information
Born 1935
Stung Treng, Cambodia
Died November 1, 1975
Koh Thom district, Kandal Province, French Indochina
Genres psychedelic rock
garage rock
tradional Khmer music
Occupations Singer, composer, bandleader, producer
Years active 1950–1975
Associated acts Ros Sereysothea, Pan Ron
Sinn Sisamouth
Khmer name
Khmer script: ស៊ិន ស៊ីសាមុត
IPA transcription: [sɨn siːsaːmot]
UNGEGN romanization: Sĭn Sisamŏt
ALA-LC romanization: s'in s'īsāmut

Sinn Si Samouth (ស៊ីន ស៊ីសាមុត) (1935–1975) was a famous and highly prolific Cambodian singer-songwriter in the 1950s to the 1970s.

Widely considered the "King of Khmer music", Samouth, along with Ros Sereysothea, Pan Ron, and other artists, was part of a thriving pop music scene in Phnom Penh that blended elements of Khmer traditional music with the sounds of rhythm and blues and rock and roll to make a Westernized sound akin to psychedelic or garage rock. Samouth is believed to have been killed under the Khmer Rouge regime in November 1975.

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Biography

Early life

Sinn Sisamouth (alternative spellings: Sin Sisamouth, Sinn Sisamout/h, Sisamut/h or "Si" with spacing, e.g. Si Samouth) was born in 1933 in Stung Treng Province, the son of a Chinese-Cambodian (Sino-Khmer) father Sinn Leang and mother Seb Bunlei who was of Lao-Chinese descent.

He was the youngest of four siblings, with one brother and two sisters. His father was a prison warden in Battambang Province and was then a soldier during the Colonial Cambodia period. His father died of disease and his mother remarried, and the union resulted in two more children.

Samouth attended Central Province of Stung Treng Elementary School when he was five. At the age of six or seven, he started to show interest in the guitar, and he would be asked to perform at school functions. He was interested in Buddhist scripture, and he learned Pali from the Buddhist monks. He enjoyed reading books, playing soccer and flying kites.

In about 1951 he finished elementary school, and went to study medicine in Phnom Penh, where he lived with an uncle. Despite the rigorous demands of medical school, Sisamouth still managed to find time to learn how to sing and compose songs. Just as he had in elementary school, he became well known in his school for his musical skills and lyrical talent, and was asked to sing at school ceremonies. One prominent elder Khmer statesman from the Sangkum and Lon Nol years, now living in Paris, has made the claim that he hired Sin Sisamouth and his band at his wedding in that year. If the claim is corroborated, this could probably be the first indication of Samouth's earliest public performance at the age of 18.

By the time Cambodia was granted independence from France in 1953, Samouth's fine singing voice landed him a spot on national radio as a regular singer. He also continued his studies, working at Preah Ketomealea Hospital.

Music career

Early hits and musical talent

Samouth possessed a clear crooning voice which, combined with his own compositions about the pleasures and pains of romance, made him an idol. He sang many ballads, as well uptempo rock numbers that featured prominent, distortion-laden guitar, pumping organ and loud, driving drums. Other arrangements were more Latin jazz-sounding, featuring woodwinds, brass, and auxiliary percussion.

Samouth composed melodies on a mandolin. His songs were usually of a sentimental nature, reflecting on the longings, pains, and pleasures of romance. His lyrical talent was a result of hard work as well as natural ability. He was known to have used up to three different dictionaries in searching for just the right word in the Khmer, Sanskrit, or Pali languages.

In the early 1950s he became a protege of Queen Kossomak Nearyrath. He was selected to join the Vong Phleng Preah Reach Troap (classical ensemble of the Royal Treasury) where together with Sos Matt, he performed at royal receptions and state functions. A number of songs he wrote subsequently bore the unmistakable melancholic melodies of traditional Khmer music he performed in those formative years.

Sometime in the mid-1950s a romantic ballad "Violon Sneha", composed by violinist Hass Salan (or Hass Salorn), catapulted Samouth into stardom. Samouth's other hits of the same period include "Srey Sros Khmeng","Anussavry Phnom Kravanh" (Meul phnom thom theng ream reng viyauk..), "(Chett Srey doch) Chong Srol", "Thngay Dob Pee Thnou" (thngay dob pee thnou chhea thngay kann touk sneha..), "Kakey (chheat chhea eung euy sattrey dauch neang Kakey kom k'chey yok khluon biet..)", "KangRey (kuor nass assor dal roub neang Kang Rey..)", "Thngay Muoy Kakkda", "Somros Chhne Keb", "Stung Pursat" (Toeuk ho roheng, ho m'neak eng katt wat song sar..), and "Prek Eng Oss Sangkhim". Three songs from this period were to be re-released much later in the early 1970s. These are "Oudom Duong Chett" available from a popular video site, "Prek Eng Oss Sangkhim" and "Chau Dork" (a clever musical duet with Ros Serey Sothea, showcasing Salan on violin and Samouth on mandolin). Interested readers should look for "Chong Srol" and "Somros Chhne Keb" on the internet. "Chong Srol" is currently freely available from one Khmer internet radio website, as is "Akhara bong sorseh teuv". This latter work, underpinned by a superb piano accompaniement, is a perennial Ramvong favourite at Khmer weddings. Dedicated fans should consider making more of these songs available on the web to future generations of Khmer listeners. They are priceless examples of Samouth's earliest vocal style and the poetry that pervades his art.

1960s Cambodian music scene

Beginning in around 1963, Samouth started recording on the Vat Phnom label. His "Champa Batdambang" won immediate acclaim across the country. In a rare 1971 appearance on Khmer Republic television, Samouth's interviewer recalled that "Champa Batdambang" was the first opening song at the inauguration of the station in 1965. What captured Samouth's audience in this period was the use of a four-piece, rock and roll band instrumentation with guitars and percussion, a departure from an orchestral backing band of wind instruments, piano, violin and the odd accordion. He also experimented with Latin music - an infatuation that may have been started by Prince Norodom Sihanouk in compositions such as "Reatry Del Ban Chuop Pheak" and "Phnom Penh". Beginning in 1965 "Khnang phnom anussavry" seemed to mark a change away from the "Champa Batdambang" sound, with the use of the acoustic guitar. Throughout the years, Samouth's ability to re-invent himself musically may well be his greatest attribute and could explain his appeal through different generations of Khmer listeners.

By the mid-sixties, Samouth's fame had reached its zenith and had him in great demand. One measure of his appeal is examplified in "Prey Prasith", Prince Norodom Sihanouk's second full length feature film. Playing the piano and apparently shown singing the title song he composed, Prince Sihanouk was actually dubbed over by none other than Samouth.

Samouth's popularity nevertheless did not eclipse the work of other recording artists, notably those who sang at the National Radio such as Im Song Seum and Huoy Meas. Meas Hok Seng, a voice artist at the Phnom Penh University of Arts (popularly known as "Sala Rachna") also achieved celebrity status in 1966 with "Lolok Nhi Chmaul". Hits by these artists often came from the pen of lyricist Ma Lao Pi, a talented poet and broadcaster now living in California, whose masterpieces include "Day Samot Trapaing Roung" (originally performed by Keo Sokha, and in more recent times, by Touch Sonich) and "Lolok Nhi Chmaul". Im Song Seurm's career seems centred on vocal performance rather than musical composition. "Koh Tral" was recorded sometime in 1963, reminding Khmer listeners of the bitter loss of this island to South Vietnam. His successes range from the 1965 "Kanseng nissay" (Kanseng nissay sros srey proloeung chhrus neouv tarm dang stung ouyw khnom rompeung chhoab chhet) and "Kangkeb er boeung" to the 1967 "Chhnam Mun". With Huoy Meas, Seurm often accompanied Prince Sihanouk in his regular provincial visits, performing popular Ramvong songs for rural folks who have come to greet Cambodia's royal head of state. Im Song Seurm died, reportedly of lung cancer in 1972, leaving a series of songs (e.g. Khmao euy Khmao) borrowed from Thai movies, which he sang with Ros Sereysothea. Huy Meas ("Chamkar Samrong"), Keo Sokha ("Day Samot Trapaing Roung"), Im Song Seurm, and later In Yeng, often featured live on Khmer TV throughout the late sixties and early seventies. On the other hand, despite occasional hits such as "Akassyean", Sos Matt appeared to have been unfairly sidelined in the commercialisation of music that took place with the arrival of recording productions such as Vat Phnom and later on, Chan Chaya. Sos Matt nevertheless retained a following among older fans who may have been ill at ease with Samouth's later musical innovations. Also the popularity of the 45 rpm vinyl records forced commercially minded songwriters to work their compositions into 2.50 minute straigth jackets. By then, arguably, Samouth's penchant for putting poetry to music had become a thing of the past.

Parallel to mainstream khmer music carried by the National Radio, a number of lesser known artists also achieved recognition on the national scene. The band Dontrey Apsara with lead singer Sereyvuth burst on the scene with the classic hits "Anny" and "Batt Aun". The latter piece featured an imaginative intro that mesmerized every budding Khmer guitarist of the day. Throughout the early seventies the band's work featured regularly on National Radio broadcasts, just after the early morning buddhist saraphanh chants. Mol Kamach, a composer-guitarist and Faculte de Commerce graduate with considerable though unacknowledged talent, produced a series of songs including in the early sixties, "Noeuk Sranoss dol ti Kanleng..", and "Oh srey sross bang keng srawmaih..". His best loved song however still remain "Lea Neak Mean Kun", one that quickly became Khmer students' anthem. The song is an homage Mol Kamach paid to his parents before leaving for a study trip ("Kaun saum oywn kay krab thvay bangkum.."). Having escaped the Khmer Rouge years and living in Paris ever since, he wrote one moving song beginning with the lyrics "Roseal neouv srok keh.." ("one afternoon in someone else's country.."), describing the profound sorrows he felt at the loss of his family in the Pol Pot years. Meas Sary (nicknamed by his US army trainers "Abdul" for his middle eastern looks) shot to fame in 1972 with "Pul tau aphoap"[1].

In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Samouth sang the soundtrack songs to a number of popular Cambodian films, such as Orn Euy Srey Orn, Tep Sodachan, and Thavory meas bong. In "Peou Chhouk Sar", a 1967 success directed by Tea Lim Kaing, Samouth captured the poignant breakup of lead actors Dy Saveth and Chea Yuthan with his "Neavea Chivit". In a beautiful series of shots choreographed to Samouth's soaring melody, Tea Lim Kaing showed Chea Yuthan leaving on a pirogue (touk) as his wife (played by Dy Saveth) followed on along the banks of the river.

Over his long career, Samouth recorded many duets with female singing partners including, in the early 1960s, Mao Sareth, Keo Montha, Keo Settha, Chhunn Vanna, Huoy Meas, Ros Sereysothea, and Pan Ron. Mao Sareth could arguably be called the first female Khmer singer to have achieved nationwide acclaim in the years following Cambodia's emerging political independence. Little is known of her early years. As folklore has it, she was a humble street seller of lottery tickets before her talents were discovered. A valuable example of her art is "Sombot Krom Khneuy", an early 1960s song with a haunting melody which can be found on the internet. In 1969 her "Oay Own Oss Chett" reminded the nation now charmed by younger upstarts, of her still considerable talents. Chhunn Vanna made her name on national radio with "Oun Srolanh Tae Bong Mouy Neak","Koh Tonsay", "Lea reach theany" and in numerous Ramvong songs including "Chum ngeu snaeha" ("that disease called love") which again, is available from the Khmer web radio station mentioned earlier. She is also best remembered for the soulful performance of Lav Loeuk, a classical work that in the aftermath of the fall of Pol Pot, had its lyrics re-written as a lament for Phnom Penh the ghost city (refer for example performance by artist Meng Keo Pichenda). Pan Ron began recording with Samouth in 1966, with one of her earlier works bordering the risque ("Oh Satt ChingChak"). Ros Sereysothea started her career around 1967 with the hit "Stung Khieu", also available from Khmer web radio. From her "Stung Khieu" to the 1972 national success "Chnam Aun 16" she seemed to enjoy performing at ever higher pitch. Her high crisp voice is often said to nicely balance the deeper-toned voice of Sisamouth.

Samouth in the 1970s

As his popularity increased, Samouth could no longer keep up the pace of writing his own material, so he started performing works by other songwriters. He initially picked songs written by Pov Sipho, Svay Som Eur, and Ma Laopi, but he would also occasionally sing songs composed by Mae Bunn, a close friend of his, and Has Salorn. Between 1970 and 1975, he almost exclusively sang songs written by Voy Ho, a long standing colleague. Regardless of who had written the songs, Samouth always managed to make them popular. Samouth also adapted a number of Thai songs into his repertoire, including "Chnam Mun" and "Thnom Snaeh".

From 1972 to 1973 music publisher Kruoch Polin issued A Collection of Sentimental Songs, which contained 500 of Sinn Sisamouth's songs. It is estimated that he wrote thousands of songs, possibly at least one for each day he was famous, his son Sinn Chaya has said.

Along with his original works, Samouth also introduced many Western pop tunes to Cambodia, simply writing new verses in Khmer language. Examples include "The House of the Rising Sun" as "I'm Still Waiting for You" (a particularly good showcase of his sustained phrasing and baritone voice), "Black Magic Woman" (influenced by the Santana version) under the title "I Love Petite Women", and "Quando My Love".

Personal life

Marriage and family

After finishing medical school, he wedded his cousin, Keo Thorng Gnut, in an arranged marriage. They had four children. After the Khmer Rouge, only one daughter and one son survived. His family life deteriorated as a consequence of the pressures of his career and the temptations that his voice attracted. With regard to his relationship with his wife, one of his sons, Sinn Chaya, commented that no woman could pay that price. At the age of thirty, his wife left him to become a Buddhist nun. Interested Khmer readers can view a recent interview she gave, posted on a popular video site. Now in her seventies, with most of her family devastated by the wars, the video also contains her appeal for financial support from Khmer fans of the late singer living overseas.

Friends and interests

Sinn Sisamouth had a reputation for being very serious about his work. In business affairs, according to publisher Kruoch Polin, he would always deliver what he promised. At home, he was a quiet man, and would sometimes not speak more than ten words in an entire day. When he was not performing, Samouth would lock himself in his room and dedicate his time to writing more songs. His failure to socialize contributed to a reputation for being elitist.

His friends at the beginning of his career were songwriters such as Mao Saret, Seang Dee, and Sous Mat. His very close friends were Mae Bunn and Siv Sunn, who was more or less Samouth's personal secretary.

Samouth was an avid fan of cock-fighting, and he raised fighting birds. In his spare time, he would bet with friends. He exercised regularly by lifting weights every morning. His other interests included reading books at the library and watching French films at the Luch or Prom Bayon cinemas. At night, after he finished performing, Samouth would meet with friends to eat rice porridge. He had contracts with three different restaurants in Phnom Penh in which he was paid 1,500 riels to sing two or three songs. A bowl of noodles cost 5 riel at the time. He usually sang at Kbal Thmor Bar, Neak Bagn Teak Bar, and a bar located next to the Interior Ministry.

He was not a picky eater. He generally preferred to eat Lao food. When he ate Khmer food, he liked to eat pror-huk and phork tpul trey. He never drank wine or soft drinks, ate chili peppers, or smoked cigarettes, all of which would harm his voice.

He always freely gave up-and-coming singers advice and reminded them to take care of their voices. His affable, caring attitude thus won him favor among his contemporaries.

The Killing Fields

In the aftermath of the coup d'état by the Lon Nol government on March 18, 1970, which saw the overthrow of Prince Norodom Sihanouk, Samouth started to sing propaganda songs in support of the fledgling Khmer Republic. In that rare live 1971 television show mentioned earlier, Samouth appeared in military fatigues, wearing an officer's cap to hide his slightly balding forehead, and performed a number of pro-republican songs. One such songs that became an enduring classic was "Mae Owy Ao Yoann", telling the story of a mother giving a mantra-covered magic vest to her soldier son on his way to battle. Referring to Viet Cong troop movements inside Cambodian territory during the Vietnam War, a verse in the same song claimed that the deposed monarch had sold out Cambodia to the Vietnamese communists. This criticism of the royal family, while understandable at a time of huge political and social changes, was nevertheless unprecedented in Samouth's career, especially as he had been a protege of Queen Kossomak Nearyrath, mother of Prince Sihanouk. By this time however, and save a few memorable works ("changkieng keo teuk","Chey luok nom banchok","Krahob te klenn", "Chau Dork") many have questioned the quality of Samouth's final years' output. It was claimed that his art was becoming formulaic and repetitive, if not trite. One could sense a yearning for normal times by the artist, when he started to re-issue old hits that were long forgotten ("Oudom duong chet", "Prek Eng"). How he could reconcile the hellish tragedy that was consuming Khmer society at the time with the fun-filled, almost surreal detachment of his seventies songs may never be known. It was clear however that by then he had distanced himself entirely from politics and from anything that could be construed as taking side. The Khmer Rouge takeover of Phnom Penh on April 17, 1975 saw Samouth forced to leave the city, along with millions of other residents.

By this time he had remarried, to a dancer in the royal ballet, who was pregnant with the couple's second child.

The circumstances of his death in the Killing Fields are unknown, but he had connections with the old government, was highly educated, and was an artist — all trappings of a society that Pol Pot sought to eradicate. One apocryphal story is that before he was to be executed, Samouth asked he be allowed to sing a song for the cadre, but the cold-hearted communist soldiers were unmoved and after he finished singing, killed him anyway. One recent interview of Samouth's former wife is available on a popular internet video site. Besides an appeal for financial support for the humble remnants of Samouth's impoverished family, Samouth's widow relates memories of her famed husband.

Partial discography

More than 1,200 songs are listed below. Some of the songs (from the hundreds and possibly thousands) are songs that Sinn Sinsisamouth composed and sang himself, or with Ros Sereysothea or Pan Ron. Sinn Si Samouth has been featured on more than 250 Chlangden(remixed) albums, 158 Wat Phnom albums(originals), more than 90 Sayonara Sound albums(remixed), and more than 50 Original Master albums of Rasmey Pean Meas(originals) including various production albums recording today.

Solo performances

A

  • Ae Na Tiw Than Suor? (Where Is Heaven? ឯណាទៅឋានសួគ៌?)
  • Annie...​(អានី)
  • Anicha
  • Anuksavary Phnom Sompov (Memories of Sompov mountain) អានុស្សារីយ៍ភ្នំសំពៅ
  • Akara Tam Preah Peay (Album: Chlangden Vol. 070) អក្ខារាតាមព្រះពាយ
  • Aknija Pkor Lorn (Album: Chlangden Vol. 028) អនិច្ចារផ្គរលាន់
  • Amrek Sneh Avachey (Album: Chlangden Vol. 046) អម្រែកស្នេហ៍អវជ័យ
  • Ancheunh Pisa Kuyteav (Album: Chlangden Vol. 145) អញ្ជើញពិសាគុយទាវ
  • Angkalimea (Album: Chlangden Vol. 115) អង្គលីមា
  • Anuksavry Klaoch Psa (Album: Chlangden Vol. 061) អានុស្សាវរីយ៍ខ្លោចផ្សារ
  • Âo O Akara (Album: Chlangden Vol. 075) ឱអូអក្ខារា
  • Âo Pseng Barey (Album: Chlangden Vol. 075) ឱផ្សែងបារី
  • Âo Stoeng Posat (Album: Chlangden Vol. 064) ឱស្ទឹងពោធិ៍សាត់
  • Aô! Preah Chantrea Euy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 117) ឱ! ព្រះច័ន្ទ្រាអើយ
  • Arn Chet Reuang Avei? (Album: Chlangden Vol. 054) អន់ចិត្តរឿងអ្វី
  • Arnroeng Muoy 2 Neak (Album: Chlangden Vol. 137) អង្រឹងមួយពីរនាក់
  • Asina Sneha Bong (Album: Chlangden Vol. 189) អាស៊ីណា ស្នេហាបង
  • Asuos (Album: Chlangden Vol. 021) អាស៊ួស
  • Atreat (Album: Chlangden Vol. 127) អាធ្រាត

B

  • Bandam Tam Rohat Trik បណ្តាំតាមរហាត់ទឹក
  • Ba Oun Ban Bang (If you have me) បើ អូន បាន បង
  • Baksa Slab Deik បក្សា​ស្លាប​ដែក
  • Battambang Bandol Jet (Battambang Sweetheart)
  • Bong Som Pdum Srey Orn*
  • Bopha Chiang Mai (Flower/Girl of Chiang Mai) បុប្ផា​ឈៀងម៉ៃ
  • Bopha dei krong (Flower/Girl of the city) បុប្ផា​ដី​ក្រុង
  • Bopha Koah Kong (Flower/Girl from Koah Kong Island)បុប្ផា​កោះកុង
  • Bopha tae mouy (Just One Flower (or Girl))បុប្ផា​តែ​មួយ, ផ្កាក្រពុំចាកទង
  • Baksa Slab Dêk (Album: Chlangden Vol. 034) បក្សាស្លាបដែក
  • Ban Bong Min Khos (Album: Chlangden Vol. 059) បានបងមិនខុស
  • Ban Chuob Hoeuy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 073) បានជួបហើយ
  • Ban Koeuy Knoeuy Srey (Album: Chlangden Vol. 012) បានកើយខ្នើយស្រី
  • Barnh Chea Pith Kalyanei (Album: Chlangden Vol. 125)
  • Battambang Bandol Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 027) បាត់ដំបងបណ្ដូលចិត្ត
  • Battambang Kom Charng Pie Knhom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 061) បាត់ដំបងកុំចងពៀរខ្ញុំ
  • Baykhon Chorng Dai (Album: Chlangden Vol. 089) បាយខុនចងដៃ
  • Bek Knea Mouy Chnam (Album: Chlangden Vol. 032) បែកគ្នាមួយឆ្នាំ
  • Beo Mean Veasna (Album: Chlangden Vol. 171) បើមានវាសនា
  • Ber Ngonget Kom Pler (Album: Chlangden Vol. 165) បើងងិតកុំភ្លឺ
  • Beysach Krarmom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 183) បីសាចក្រមុំ
  • Boe Knhom Ches Rom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 052) បើខ្ញុំចេះរាំ
  • Boe Ning Prot Hoeuy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 071) បើនឹងព្រាត់ហើយ
  • Boe Nov Mean Preah Atit Ning Preah Chan (Album: Chlangden Vol. 213) បើនៅមានព្រះអាទិត្យ
  • Boe Sen Mean Veasna (Album: Chlangden Vol. 207) បើសិនមានវាសនា
  • Boe Srei Min Meta (Album: Chlangden Vol. 129) បើស្រីមិនមេត្តា
  • Bong Cham Meas Snguon (Album: Chlangden Vol. 064) បងចាំមាសស្ងួន
  • Bong Ches Kbuon Sneh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 115) បងចេះក្បួនស្នេហ៍
  • Bong Ches Te Twist (Album: Chlangden Vol. 019) បងចេះតែទ្វីស
  • Bong Chrieng Neang Yum (Album: Chlangden Vol. 006) បងច្រៀងនាងយំ
  • Bong Houch Leu Knarng Krarbei (Album: Chlangden Vol. 011) បងហួចលើខ្នងក្របី
  • Bong Nam Kmao Rot (Album: Chlangden Vol. 009) បងនាំខ្មៅរត់
  • Bong Ning Bes Pka Hoeuy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 111) បងនឹងបេះផ្កាហើយ
  • Bong Nov Te Sneh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 219) បងនៅតែស្នេហ៍
  • Bong Pjoeu Kon Phorng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 045) បងផ្ញើរកូនផង
  • Bong Ros Pros Oun (Album: Chlangden Vol. 095) បងរស់ព្រោះអូន
  • Bong Sen Pinh Chet Ning Srey (Album: Chlangden Vol. 189) បងសែនពេញចិត្តនឹងស្រី
  • Bong Som Lea Hoeuy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 111) បងសូមលាហើយ
  • Bong Soutram Chos (Album: Chlangden Vol. 028) បងស៊ូទ្រាំចុះ
  • Bopha Bandol Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 005) បុប្ផាបណ្ដូលចិត្ត
  • Bopha Chieng Mai (Album: Chlangden Vol. 002) បុប្ផាឈៀងម៉ៃ
  • Bopha Koh Rumduol (Album: Chlangden Vol. 149) បុប្ផាកោះរំដួល
  • Bopha Leak Kluon (Album: Chlangden Vol. 205) បុប្ផាលាក់ខ្លួន
  • Bopha Mohar Angkor (Album: Chlangden Vol. 135) បុប្ផាមហាអង្គរ
  • Bopha Porngror (Album: Chlangden Vol. 005) បុប្ផាពង្រ
  • Bopha Vientane (Album: Chlangden Vol. 171) បុប្ផាវៀងច័ន្ទ
  • Bossiba Duong Jet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 141) បុស្បាដួងចិត្ត
  • Butum Srey Rath Prorm Prot Roer Avey? (Album: Chlangden Vol. 203) បុទមស្រីរ័ត្នព្រមព្រាត់ឬអ្វី?

C

  • Chang Trim Tae Khuñ (Just Want to See)ចង់ ត្រឹមតែឃើញ
  • Chab Yom Brab Sne Chas ចាបយំប្រាប់សេហ៌្នចាស់
  • Cheim Krohom Kmao ឈាមក្រហាមខ្មៅ
  • Chmous Oun Diuc Doung Dara ឈ្នោះអូនដូចដួងតារា
  • Chit niw tae prathna ចិតនៅតែប្រថ្នា
  • Chit Phit Kbat (Treacherous Lying Heart) ចិត្តផិតក្បត់
  • Cut Saog Dai Aike* កាត់សក់ដៃឯក
  • Chab Meas (Album: Chlangden Vol. 030)​ ចាបមាស
  • Chagnchiegn Pich Na Oun (Album: Chlangden Vol. 068) ចិញ្ចៀនពេជ្រណាអូន
  • Chak Chouch (Album: Chlangden Vol. 035) ចាក់ចុច
  • Cham-not Sneha (Album: Chlangden Vol. 207) ចំណតស្នេហា
  • Cham-reang Kou Sneh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 026) ចំរៀងគូស្នេហ៍
  • Cham Cheat Kroy Chos (Album: Chlangden Vol. 125) ចាំជាតិក្រោយចុះ
  • Cham Chuob Rol Tngay Lich (Album: Chlangden Vol. 285) ចាំជួបរាល់ថ្ងៃលិច
  • Cham Mouy Reatrey (Album: Chlangden Vol. 021) ចាំមួយរាត្រី
  • Cham Nhonhim Sa Chea Thmei (Album: Chlangden Vol. 219) ចាំញញឹមសាជាថ្មី
  • Cham Oun Rol Tngay (Album: Chlangden Vol. 113) ចាំអូនរាល់ថ្ងៃ
  • Cham Te Neak (Album: Chlangden Vol. 071) ចាំតែអ្នក
  • Chamloeuy Tam Kjol (Album: Chlangden Vol. 032) ចម្លើយតាមខ្យល់
  • Chamnorng Nissay (Album: Chlangden Vol. 219) ចំណងនិស្ស័យ
  • Champa Banteay Dek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 025) ចំប៉ាបន្ទាយដែក
  • Champa Battambang (Album: Chlangden Vol. 125) ចំប៉ាបាត់ដំបង
  • Champa Kampong Prak (Album: Chlangden Vol. 037) ចំប៉ាកំពង់ប្រាក់
  • Champei Siem Reap (Album: Chlangden Vol. 125) ចំប៉ីសៀមរាប
  • Champei Suokea (Album: Chlangden Vol. 064) ចំប៉ីសួគ៌ា
  • Chamrieng Et Prieng Tok (Album: Chlangden Vol. 020) ចំរៀងឥតព្រៀងទុក
  • Chamrieng Kvas Tumnuk (Album: Chlangden Vol. 060) ចំរៀងខ្វះទំនុក
  • Chamrieng Moranak (Album: Chlangden Vol. 051) ចំរៀងមរណៈ
  • Chamrieng Mouy Bot Del Teng Min Chob (Album: Chlangden Vol. 141) ចំរៀងមួយបទដែលតែងមិនចប់
  • Chamrieng Rorbars Bong (Album: Chlangden Vol. 061) ចំរៀងរបស់បង
  • Chamrieng Samrab Oun (Album: Chlangden Vol. 113) ចំរៀងសំរាប់អូន
  • Chan-Mouy-Chom-Nit (Album: Chlangden Vol. 003) ច័ន្ទមួយចំណិត
  • Chan Chak Mek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 071) ច័ន្ទចាកមេឃ
  • Chan Reas Leu Rorth Yorn Krong (Album: Chlangden Vol. 063) ច័ន្ទរះលើរថយន្តក្រុង
  • Chang Trem Te Kheunh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 038) ចង់ត្រឹមតែឃើញ
  • Chantrea Reas Heuy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 189) ច័ន្ទ្រារះហើយ
  • Chao Pream (Album: Chlangden Vol. 020) ចៅព្រាហ្ម
  • Chapei Ning Mit Knhom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 073) ចាប៉ីនិងមិត្តខ្ញុំ
  • Cheou Cheak Tha Mom Vil Vinh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 227) ជឿជាក់ថាមុំវិលវិញ
  • Chet Buos (Album: Chlangden Vol. 111) ចិត្តបួស
  • Chet Et Sangkhim (Album: Chlangden Vol. 071) ចិត្តឥតសង្ឃឹម
  • Chet Knhom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 185) ចិត្តខ្ញុំ
  • Chet Nov Te Prathna (Album: Chlangden Vol. 113) ចិត្តនៅតែប្រាថ្នា
  • Chet Phet Kbot (Album: Chlangden Vol. 113) ចិត្តផិតក្បត់
  • Cheung Mek Por Svay (Album: Chlangden Vol. 049)​ ជើងមេឃពណ៌ស្វាយ
  • Chhaet-Mouy-Ji-Vit (Album: Chlangden Vol. 003) ឆ្អែតមួយជីវិត
  • Chheam Prolak Dai Knhom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 141) ឈាមប្រឡាក់ដៃខ្ញុំ
  • Chhet Chhet Preut Preut (Album: Chlangden Vol. 055)
  • Chhob Niyeay Py Roeung Sneha (Album: Chlangden Vol. 127) ឈប់និយាយពីរឿងស្នេហា
  • Chong Srol ចុងស្រល់
  • Chis Touk Leng Ning Bong (Album: Chlangden Vol. 052) ជិះទូកលេងនឹងបង
  • Chita Noeng Chao (Album: Chlangden Vol. 074)
  • Chivit Knhom Samrab Te Neak (Album: Chlangden Vol. 052) ជីវិតខ្ញុំសំរាប់តែអ្នក
  • Chivit Neak Nesat (Album: Chlangden Vol. 030) ជីវិតអ្នកនេសាទ
  • Chivith Kamkor Tbaung (Album: Chlangden Vol. 293) ជីវិតកម្មករត្បូង
  • Chivith Muoy Besdaung Pi (Album: Chlangden Vol. 293) ជីវិតមួយបេះដូងពីរ
  • Chivith Sat Lauk (Album: Chlangden Vol. 044) ជីវិតសត្វលោក
  • Chlaeuy Maok Sneha (Album: Chlangden Vol. 125) ឆ្លើយមកស្នេហា
  • Chngay Sneha (Album: Chlangden Vol. 125) ឆ្ងាយស្នេហា
  • Chong-Kert-Chear-Tik (Album: Chlangden Vol. 003) ចង់កើតជាទឹក
  • Chout Toek Pnék Tov Oun (Album: Chlangden Vol. 034) ជូតទឹកភ្នែកទៅអូន
  • Chrorlorng Sekmeas (Album: Chlangden Vol. 075) ជ្រលងសេកមាស
  • Chum Cheat (Album: Chlangden Vol. 089) ចាំជាតិ
  • Chumrum Sneh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 213) ជំរុំស្នេហ៍
  • Chumrum Sneh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 293)
  • Chuob Daoy Chaidarn (Album: Chlangden Vol. 189) ជួបដោយចៃដន្យ
  • Chuob Knea Chong Kroy Leu Chne Ksach (Album: Chlangden Vol. 012) ជួបគ្នាចុងក្រោយលើឆ្នេរខ្សាច់
  • Cloeuy Chas Mok Oun (Album: Chlangden Vol. 285) ឆ្លើយចា៎មកអូន

D

  • Derm Dong Ti10 ដើមដូងទីដប់
  • Devi*
  • Dorng steung Porthisat ដងស្ទឹងពោធិសាត់
  • Dorng steung Sangker ដងស្ទឹងសង្កែ
  • Dourng netra ដួងនេត្រា
  • Daeum Dong Proloeng Sneh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 203) ដើមដូងព្រលឹងស្នេហ៌
  • Dambav Duong Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 006) ដំបៅដួងចិត្ត
  • Damrey Sor Chmol (Album: Chlangden Vol. 059) ដំរីសឈ្មោល
  • Dantrei Snae (Album: Chlangden Vol. 147) តន្ត្រីស្នេហ៌
  • Dara Knhom Euy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 189) តារាខ្ញុំអើយ
  • Day Knong Day Pnék Knong Pnék (Album: Chlangden Vol. 151) ដៃក្នុងដៃភ្នែកក្នុងភ្នែក
  • Decho Psarng Preng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 036)
  • Doch Chea Prohêl Muk (Album: Chlangden Vol. 293) ដូចជាប្រហែលមុខ
  • Domrey Sor Euy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 041) ដំរីសអើយ
  • Duong Chan Duong Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 016) ដួងច័ន្ទដួងចិត្ត
  • Duong Khê Rornoch (Album: Chlangden Vol. 027) ដួងខែរនោច
  • Duong Netra (Album: Chlangden Vol. 038) ដួងនេត្រា

E

  • Espagnola (Album: Chlangden Vol. 004)
  • Eysey Prae Sa (Album: Chlangden Vol. 284)

F

H

  • Hêt Tê Kam Bong (Album: Chlangden Vol. 207)
  • Hoera Tos Teay (Album: Chlangden Vol. 085) ហោរាទស្សន៍ទាយ
  • Hala Hala

G

  • Gaing Thov*

J

  • Jevit Sach Loch
  • Jevit khyum somrab nerk (My Life For You) *guy saying to a girl ជីវិតខ្ញុំសំរាប់តែអ្នក
  • Jaor Jett Jear (Album: Chlangden Vol. 130) ចោចិត្តជា
  • Jeevet Sob Tgnai (Album: Chlangden Vol. 211) ជីវិតសព្វថ្ងៃ

K

  • Kandal dourng Chet កណ្ដាលដួងចិត្ត
  • Keng Youl Angrung (Sleeping, Rocking the Hammock) ចាំជួបរាល់ថ្ងៃលិច (Waiting to see you every sunset)
  • Kgropbeu Knong Teuk (Crocodile in Water)
  • Kheung Pruos Sralanh (I Am Angry Because I Love) ខឹងព្រោះស្រលាញ់
  • Khoss Pruos Knhom ខុសព្រោះខ្ញុំ
  • Kjol Tonlé ខ្យល់ទន្លេ
  • Kjol Samot ខ្យល់សមុទ្រ
  • Klen Euy Kro Obe (Smell So Good), Bopha Leak Kluon (បុប្ផាលាក់ខ្លួន)៖ ក្រអូបតែក្លិន​មិន​បាន​ឃើញ​ខ្លួន......
  • Kolap Batdambong (Rose of Battambong) កុលាបបាត់ដំបង
  • Kolap Khmer Ahkas កុលាបខ្មែរអាកាសចរណ៌
  • Kolap Mouy Tong (The One Rose) កុលាបមួយទង
  • Kolap Pailin (Pailin Rose) កុលាបប៉ៃលិន
  • Kolap Sor ផ្កាកុលាប ស
  • Ka-êk Prot Bangkorng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 183) ក្អែកព្រាត់បង្គង
  • Ka-ngok Kromom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 012)
  • Kach Ey Kach Mless (Album: Chlangden Vol. 219) កាចអីកាចម្លេះ
  • Kaew Pnech Arun Busuon (Album: Chlangden Vol. 165)
  • Kal Oun Neang Rom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 052) កាលអូននាងរាំ
  • Kam Kay Min Tieng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 096) កម្មកាយមិនទៀង
  • Kamlos Muoy Chivit Roe? (Album: Chlangden Vol. 201) កំលោះមួយជីវិត
  • Kampong Thom Chumrum Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 149) កំពង់ធំជំរុំចិត្ត
  • Kampot Kampoul Duong Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 125) កំពតកំពូលដួងចិត្ត
  • Kamrorng Phuong Tkol (Album: Chlangden Vol. 037)
  • Kamsart Kat Prey (Album: Chlangden Vol. 083)
  • Kandal Duong Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 207) កណ្ដាលដួងចិត្ត
  • Kanseng Pak Pka (Album: Chlangden Vol. 030) កន្សែងប៉ាក់ផ្កា
  • Kanseng Sladok (Album: Chlangden Vol. 032)
  • Kanseng Srey Pak (Album: Chlangden Vol. 032) កន្សែងស្រីប៉ាក់
  • Kat Chet Tang Ah-lai (Album: Chlangden Vol. 100) កាត់ចិត្តទាងំអាល័យ
  • Kcharng Kdark (Album: Chlangden Vol. 181)
  • Kdech Chhoeu Nas Oun (Album: Chlangden Vol. 068) ក្ដិចឈឺណាស់អូន
  • Keng Tov Keng Tov (Album: Chlangden Vol. 111) គេងទៅគេងទៅ
  • Keo Sneha (Album: Chlangden Vol. 293)
  • Kham Luoch Srarlanh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 205) ខំលួចស្រលាញ់
  • Kham Te Choeur (Album: Chlangden Vol. 012) ខំតែជឿ
  • Kheugn Min Ban (Album: Chlangden Vol. 095) ឃើញមិនបាន
  • Kheunh Te Mouy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 059) ឃើញតែមួយ
  • Khmum Pnhaeu Sambok (Album: Chlangden Vol. 117) ឃ្មុំផ្ញើសំបុក
  • Khoch Chet Torte (Album: Chlangden Vol. 131) ខូចចិត្តទទេ
  • Khoe Cheung Thom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 059)
  • Khoeng Chraeun Min Chamnenh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 201) ខឹងច្រើនមិនចំណេញ
  • Khoeng Prors Srarlanh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 117) ខឹងព្រោះស្រលាញ់
  • Khoeng Rieng Avey (Album: Chlangden Vol. 151) ខឹងរឿងអ្វី
  • Khsê Chivit (Album: Chlangden Vol. 064) ខ្សែជីវិត
  • King Kork Krart (Album: Chlangden Vol. 063)
  • Kjol Samot (Album: Chlangden Vol. 185) ខ្យល់សមុទ្រ
  • Kjol Tonle (Album: Chlangden Vol. 075) ខ្យល់ទន្លេ
  • Klach On Ban Ke (Album: Chlangden Vol. 131) ខ្លាចអូនបានគេ
  • Klach Prorpon Doch Kla (Album: Chlangden Vol. 022) ខ្លាចប្រពន្ធដូចខ្លា
  • Kleat 1 Tngay Nissay 1 Chnam (Album: Chlangden Vol. 031) ឃ្លាតមួយថ្ងៃនិស្ស័យមួយឆ្នាំ
  • Kleat Teang Srolanh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 068) ឃ្លាតទាំងស្រលាញ់
  • Klem Chann Srornos (Album: Chlangden Vol. 185) ខ្លឹមច័ន្ទស្រណោះ
  • Klen Euy Klen Kluon (Album: Chlangden Vol. 070) ខ្លិនអើយខ្លិនខ្លួន
  • Klen Kluon Nuon Srey (Album: Chlangden Vol. 011) ខ្លិនខ្លួននួនស្រី
  • Kleng Dach Kseh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 012) ខ្លែងដាច់ខ្សែ
  • Kloch Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 041) ខ្លោចចិត្ត
  • Kmao Sros (Album: Chlangden Vol. 022) ខ្មៅស្រស់
  • Kmean Te Chet Kromom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 285) គ្មានទេចិត្តក្រមុំ
  • Knhom Rorng Cham (Album: Chlangden Vol. 071) ខ្ញុំរងចាំ
  • Knorng Phnom Anouksary (Album: Chlangden Vol. 213) ខ្នងភ្នំអនុស្សាវរីយ៍
  • Ko Sneng Mouy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 024) គោស្នែងមួយ
  • Koh-Prak-An-Teak-Sneh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 003) កោះប្រាក់អន្ទាក់ស្នេហ៍
  • Koh Chas Koh Thmei Srei Prê Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 061) កោះចាស់កោះថ្មីស្រីប្រែចិត្ត
  • Kolab Chroy Ta Prum (Album: Chlangden Vol. 005) កុលាបជ្រោយតាព្រហ្ម
  • Kolab Daunteav (Album: Chlangden Vol. 061) កុលាបដូនទាវ
  • Kolab Meas Barng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 036) កុលាបមាសបង
  • Kolab Muoy Torng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 139) កុលាបមួយទង
  • Kolab Pailin (Album: Chlangden Vol. 070) កុលាបប៉ៃលិន
  • Kolab Prek Leab (Album: Chlangden Vol. 004) កុលាបព្រែកលៀប
  • Kolarp Khmer Akkasjor (Album: Chlangden Vol. 165) កុលាបខ្មែរអាកាសចរណ៍
  • Kom Khoeng Ey Oun (Album: Chlangden Vol. 052) កុំខឹងអីអូន
  • Kom Ngor Pék On (Album: Chlangden Vol. 060) កុំងពេកអូន
  • Kom Plich Bandam (Album: Chlangden Vol. 076) កុំភ្លេចបណ្ដាំ
  • Kom Soeuch Dak Knhom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 024) កុំសើចដាក់ខ្ញុំ
  • Kom Tam Bong Ey (Album: Chlangden Vol. 054) កុំតាមបងអី
  • Kom Tar Leah Heuy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 165)
  • Kompoul Pnom Dong Rek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 136) កំពូលភ្នំដងរែក
  • Komrong Pka Phuong (Album: Chlangden Vol. 002) កំរងផ្កាភួង
  • Kopeu Knong Toeuk (Album: Chlangden Vol. 097)
  • Korng Kam Korng Keo (Album: Chlangden Vol. 207)
  • Krarmom Chhaô Laô (Album: Chlangden Vol. 055)
  • Krobey Het Gny (Album: Chlangden Vol. 035) ក្របីហិតញី
  • Krou Kmeng Tnam Chnang (Album: Chlangden Vol. 033)
  • Ku Snae Leu Neavea (Album: Chlangden Vol. 004) គូស្នេហ៍លើនាវា
  • Kuk 1 Chivit (Album: Chlangden Vol. 149) គុកមួយជិវិត
  • Kumnum 20 Chnam (Album: Chlangden Vol. 191) គំនុំ ២០ ឆ្នាំ
  • Kyol Chop Bok Mork Tiet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 130) ខ្យល់ឈប់បក់មកទៀត

L

  • Lmorm heuy na srey (Enough Already) ល្មមហើយណាស្រី
  • La-or Et Tars (Album: Chlangden Vol. 201) ល្អឥតទាស់
  • "Lan ""Decapotab""" (Album: Chlangden Vol. 042)
  • Lan Chak Toek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 059)
  • Lav Loek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 123)
  • Lea Hoeuy Paris (Album: Chlangden Vol. 171) លាហើយប៉ារីស
  • Lea Hoeuy Sor Kolab (Album: Chlangden Vol. 031) លាហើយសកុលាប
  • Lea Oun Tov Cbang (Album: Chlangden Vol. 191) លាអូនទៅច្បាំង
  • Lea Phum Seksark (Album: Chlangden Vol. 004) លាភូមិសេកសក
  • Lea Phum Séksork (Album: Chlangden Vol. 062) លាភូមិសេកសក
  • Lea Stoeung Sangke (Album: Chlangden Vol. 032) លាស្ទឹងសង្កែ
  • Leakhena Meas Barng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 096) ល័ក្ខិណាមាសបង
  • Lear-Srey-Sa-Va (Album: Chlangden Vol. 003) លាស្រីសាវ៉ា
  • Leng Tê Kham (Album: Chlangden Vol. 016) ឡេងតែខាំ
  • Leu Phnom Tronum Kaêk (Album: Chlangden Vol. 044) លាភ្នំទ្រនំក្អែក
  • Lingchou Meas Barng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 117) លីនជូមាសបង
  • Lmorm-Houy-Na-Srey (Album: Chlangden Vol. 003) ល្មមហើយណាស្រី
  • Loeung Rom Ban Teh? (Album: Chlangden Vol. 028) ឡើងរាំបានទេ?
  • Lous Lorng Krom Thorony (Album: Chlangden Vol. 075) លុះលង់ក្រោមធរណី
  • Luoch Sneh Luoch Tuk (Album: Chlangden Vol. 073) លួចស្នេហ៍លួចទុក
  • Luoch Sneh Luoch Tuk (Album: Chlangden Vol. 097) លួចស្នេហ៍លួចទុក
  • Luoch Srolanh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 219) លួចស្រលាញ់

M

  • Mae Ouy Owe Youn* ម៉ែអោយអាវយ័ន្ត
  • Maloub dorng steung por bak khaing ម្លប់ដូងស្ទឹងពោធិបាក់ខែង
  • Marina ម៉ារីណា
  • Mala Meas Bong (Mala My Love) ម៉ាឡាមាសបង
  • Meas Teuk Prambei (Impure Gold) a.k.a. Smaan Tae Niw Gramom (Thought (She) Was Still a Maiden) មាសទឹកប្រំាបី
  • Meul Teuk Samotr (Looking at the Water of the Ocean) មើលទឹកសមុទ្រ
  • Msel Menh (Yesterday) ម្សិលម៉ិញ
  • Maok Py Na Neang (Album: Chlangden Vol. 086) មកពីណានាង
  • MARINA (Album: Chlangden Vol. 213) ម៉ារីណា
  • Maung 3 Yub Ming (Album: Chlangden Vol. 135) ម៉ោងបីយប់ម៉ិញ
  • Mchas Klen Nov Ti Na? (Album: Chlangden Vol. 187) ម្ចាស់ក្លិននៅទីណា?
  • Mean Prak Mean Sneh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 127) មានប្រាក់មានស្នេហ៍
  • Mean Rieng Avey Tov (Album: Chlangden Vol. 044) មានរឿងអ្វីទៅ
  • Mean Sneh Mean Luy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 025) មានស្នេហ៍មានលុយ
  • Meas Toek 8 (Album: Chlangden Vol. 007) មាសទឹក ៨
  • Meas Toeuk 10 (Album: Chlangden Vol. 123) មាសទឹក ១០
  • Mék Kpors Dei Teab (Album: Chlangden Vol. 027) មេឃខ្ពស់ដៃទាប
  • Mek Ning Dey (Album: Chlangden Vol. 071) មេឃនិងដី
  • Memay 1 Pleung (Album: Chlangden Vol. 068)
  • Mén Roe Min Mén (Album: Chlangden Vol. 139) មែនឬមិនមែន
  • Meul Kun Té On (Album: Chlangden Vol. 039) មើលកុនទេអូន
  • Meul Mek Meul Srey (Album: Chlangden Vol. 123) មើលមេឃមើលស្រី
  • Meul Min Thlous (Album: Chlangden Vol. 012) មើលមិនធ្លុះ
  • Meul Pnek Knhom Kheugn Chet Knhom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 095) មើលភ្នែកខ្ញុំឃើញចិត្តខ្ញុំ
  • Min Chang Mean Tngay Sa-ek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 185) មិនចង់មានថ្ងៃស្អែក
  • Min Leng Té Prarporn (Album: Chlangden Vol. 060) មិនលេងទេប្រពន្ធ
  • Min Plich Bandam (Album: Chlangden Vol. 113) មិនភ្លេចបណ្ដាំ
  • Min Plich Roy Thoeub (Album: Chlangden Vol. 135) មិនភ្លេចរយថើប
  • Min Yol (Album: Chlangden Vol. 213) មិនយល់
  • MIRA Meas Bong (Album: Chlangden Vol. 213) មីរ៉ាមាសបង
  • Mjas Dav Kaysith (Album: Chlangden Vol. 031)
  • Mlis Lea Chak Torng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 063) ម្លិះលាចាកទង
  • Mlis Ruot Phum Thmei (Album: Chlangden Vol. 027) ម្លិះរួតភូមិថ្មី
  • Mlub Dong Ty 10 (Album: Chlangden Vol. 043) ម្លប់ដូងទី១០
  • Mlub Po Bakheng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 073) ម្លប់ពោធិបាក់ខែង
  • Mok Rom Ning Knhom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 052) មករាំនិងខ្ញុំ
  • Mom Meas Sneh* (Album: Chlangden Vol. 211) មុំមាសស្នេហ៍
  • Morn Sneh Srei Kmao (Album: Chlangden Vol. 039) មន្តស្នេហ៍ស្រីម៉ៅ
  • Mun Neung Kleat Kay មុននឹងឃ្លាតកាយ
  • Muny Khemara Akasayean (Album: Chlangden Vol. 064) មុនីខេមរាអាកាសយាន្ត
  • Muoy Meun Alay (Album: Chlangden Vol. 076) (Ten Thousand Passions) មួយម៉ឺនអាល័យ

N

  • Neagk Na Min Snaeha (sugar sugar) នាក់ណាមិនស្នេហា
  • Neary chnam 72 (1972 Girl)
  • Neary Boroteh នារីបរទេស
  • Neuk Oun Jearnich (I will always miss you) នឹកអូនជានិច្ច
  • Nevei Jevit នាវាជីវិត
  • Nisay Sne Srey Krob Leak និស្ស័យស្នេហ៍ស្រីគ្រប់ល័ក្ខ
  • Neak Kat Sork Day Ek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 055) នាក់កាត់សក់ដៃឯក
  • Neak Na Min Noek Oun (Album: Chlangden Vol. 127) នាក់ណាមិននឹកអូន
  • Neakna Kmean Snae (Album: Chlangden Vol. 131) នាក់ណាគ្មានស្នេហ៍
  • Neang Ang Roub Roe? (Album: Chlangden Vol. 025)
  • Neang Karch Taer Onchoeng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 130) នាងកាចតែអញ្ចឹង
  • Neang Kor Kar Srarlanh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 129)
  • Neary Borotés Roe? (Album: Chlangden Vol. 054) នារីបរទេសឬ?
  • Neknah Oy Ku? (Album: Chlangden Vol. 002)
  • Nhonhim Nhonhim (Album: Chlangden Vol. 293) ញញឹមញញឹម
  • Nissay Krub Leak (Album: Chlangden Vol. 075) និស្ស័យគ្រប់ល័ក្ខ
  • Nochek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 028)
  • Noek Khoenh Teang Ars (Album: Chlangden Vol. 010) នឹកឃើញទាំងអស់
  • Noek Krub Velea (Album: Chlangden Vol. 183) នឹកគ្រប់វេលា
  • Noeuk Kheugn Noeuk Kheugn! (Album: Chlangden Vol. 034) នឹកឃើញនឹកឃើញ
  • Nov Te Sday (Album: Chlangden Vol. 131) នៅតែស្ដាយ
  • Nuv Smak Nuv Sday (Album: Chlangden Vol. 165) នៅស័្មគ្រនៅស្ដាយ

O

  • Oh oh yeh yeh — song by Sinn Sisamouth containing a chorus in English អូ.អូ.យេ.យេ
  • On srey On (On, the Woman, On)* អនអើយស្រីអន
  • Oun mok pee na? (Honey, When Did You Come?) អូនមកពីណា?
  • Odom Duong Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 004) ឧត្ដមដួងចិត្ត
  • Oh! Dalé (Album: Chlangden Vol. 171)
  • Oh! Sneh Euy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 046) អូ! ស្នេហ៍អើយ
  • OH! YE YE (Album: Chlangden Vol. 071) English version? អូ! យេយេ
  • On Euy Srey On (Album: Chlangden Vol. 021) អនអើយស្រីអន
  • On Kon Neak Na? (Album: Chlangden Vol. 006) អូនកូននាក់ណា?
  • On Plech Reuang Daeum (Album: Chlangden Vol. 036) អូនភ្លេចរឿងដើម
  • Ork Boeung Kanseng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 073) អកបឹងកន្សែង
  • Oronor Nuon Euy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 197)
  • Os Prak Os Sneh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 127) អស់ប្រាក់អស់ស្នេហ៍
  • Oun Euy Meaul Pkay (Album: Chlangden Vol. 171) អូនអើយមើលផ្កាយ
  • Oun Kong Doeung Kluon (Album: Chlangden Vol. 038) អូនគង់ដឹងខ្លួន
  • Oun Laôr Doch Pka (Album: Chlangden Vol. 035) អូនល្អដួចផ្កា
  • Oun Yum Rieng Avey? (Album: Chlangden Vol. 068) អូនយំរឿងអ្វី?
  • Oy Plich Mdech Ban (Album: Chlangden Vol. 035) អើយភ្លេចម្ដេចបាន

P

  • Pailin Soben Snae (Pailin Dream of Love) ប៉ៃលិនសុបិន្តស្នេហ៍
  • Pél dèl trov yom ពេលដែលត្រូវយំ
  • Pkai Proeuk (Morning Star) ផ្កាយព្រឹក
  • Phap Samnarng ភ័ព្វសំណាង
  • Pleng Machareach ភ្លេងមច្ចុរាជ
  • Prek Eng Ors Songkhem ព្រែកឯងអស់សង្ឃឹម
  • Prort snae bandol chet ព្រាត់ស្នេហ៍បានដល់ចិត្ត
  • Pailin Prorloeng Sneh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 061) ប៉ៃលិនព្រលឹងស្នេហ៍
  • Pailin Soben Sneh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 027) ប៉ៃលិនសុបិន្តស្នេហ៍
  • Panh-cha Por K-uod Chheam (Album: Chlangden Vol. 147) បញ្ចពណ៌ក្អួតឈាម
  • Peak Oun Saniya (Album: Chlangden Vol. 207) ពាក្យអូនសន្យា
  • Pel Oun Kleat (Album: Chlangden Vol. 052) ពេលអូនឃ្លាត
  • Pél Oun Loeung Yunhos (Album: Chlangden Vol. 034) ពេលអូនឡើងយន្តហោះ
  • Pel Plieng Neang Tov Na? (Album: Chlangden Vol. 006) ពេលភ្លៀងនាងទៅណា?
  • Phat Cheay (Album: Chlangden Vol. 089) ផាត់ជាយ
  • Phatcheay Bandol Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 103) ផាត់ជាយបណ្ដូលចិត្ត
  • Pheak Reyear Py ភរិយា ពីរ
  • Phnom Sampov Chumrov Duong Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 060) ភ្នំសំពៅជំរៅដួងចិត្ត
  • Phsorng Kaeut Chea Toek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 063) ផ្សងកើតជាទឹក
  • Phumphuong Samay (Album: Chlangden Vol. 037)
  • Piphup Sneh Knhom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 149) ពិភពស្នេហ៍ខ្ញុំ
  • Pjoer Pran Leu Pka Chhouk Sor (Album: Chlangden Vol. 141) ផ្ញើប្រាណលើផ្កាឈូកស
  • Pjous Chivit (Album: Chlangden Vol. 033) ផ្យុះជីវិត
  • Pka Kampuchea (Album: Chlangden Vol. 007)
  • Pka Knong Rorbong (Album: Chlangden Vol. 211) ផ្កាក្នុងរបង
  • Pka Krarpum Chak Torng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 010) ផ្កាក្រពុំចាកទង
  • Pka Rich Bang Sloek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 027) ផ្ការីកបាំងស្លឹក
  • Pka Rich Knong Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 028) ផ្ការីកក្នុងចិត្ត
  • Pkay Preah Angkea (Album: Chlangden Vol. 046) ផ្កាយព្រះអង្គារ
  • Pkay Proek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 070) ផ្កាយព្រឹក
  • Pkay Sneha (Album: Chlangden Vol. 213) ផ្កាយស្នេហា
  • Pkor Euy Kom Tngo (Album: Chlangden Vol. 042) ផ្គរអើយកុំថ្ងូរ
  • Pleng Majureach (Album: Chlangden Vol. 049) ភ្លេងមច្ចុរាជ
  • Plich Heuy Rer (Album: Chlangden Vol. 135) ភ្លេចហើយឬ?
  • Plieng Kmean Rordov (Album: Chlangden Vol. 131) ភ្លៀងគ្មានរដូវ
  • Plieng Srork Nov Mot Bang-orch (Album: Chlangden Vol. 071) ភ្លៀងស្រក់នូវមាត់បង្អួច
  • Pnek Khoch (Album: Chlangden Vol. 041) ភ្នែកខួច
  • Pnek On Mean Avei? (Album: Chlangden Vol. 131) ភ្នែកអូនមានអ្វី?
  • Porl To Aphop (Album: Chlangden Vol. 145) ពលទោលអភ័ព្វ
  • Pors May Khan Sla (Album: Chlangden Vol. 039) ពោះម៉ាយខ័នស្លា
  • Porsmay Hoeu Ha (Album: Chlangden Vol. 037) ពោះម៉ាយហឺហា
  • Prab Bong Ban Te (Album: Chlangden Vol. 033) ប្រាប់បងបានទេ?
  • Prarvas Srê Mdarng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 027) ប្រវ៉ាស់ស្រែម្ដង
  • Praryat Pie Chlarng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 117) ប្រយ័ត្នពៀឆ្លង
  • Preah Chan Reas Hoeuy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 095) ព្រះច័ន្ទរះហើយ
  • Prek Eng Os Sangkhoeum (Album: Chlangden Vol. 038) ព្រែកឯងអស់សង្ឃឹម
  • Pril Pnek Os Hoeuy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 020) ព្រិលភ្នែកអស់ហើយ
  • Prorm Ram Roe Tae (Album: Chlangden Vol. 139) ព្រមរាំឬទេ?
  • Prors Tê On (Album: Chlangden Vol. 117) ព្រោះតែអូន
  • Pros Bong Tlorb Srarlanh On (Album: Chlangden Vol. 183) ប្រុងបងធ្លាប់ស្រលាញ់អូន
  • Pros Na Tram Ban (Album: Chlangden Vol. 205) ប្រុសណាទ្រាំបាន
  • Prot Phnom Sampov (Album: Chlangden Vol. 032) ព្រាត់ភ្នំសំពៅ
  • Prot Tiang Srolanh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 127) ព្រាត់ទាំងស្រលាញ់
  • Prouy Robos Bong (Album: Chlangden Vol. 034) ព្រួយរបស់បង
  • Proyat Pdey Leng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 022) ប្រយ័ត្នប្ដីលេង
  • Puon Bong Dol Na (Album: Chlangden Vol. 011) ពួនបងដល់ណា

R

  • Ram Changvak ROCK (Album: Chlangden Vol. 054) រាំចង្វាក់ ROCK
  • Ram SURPRISE PARTY (Album: Chlangden Vol. 062)
  • Reahou Chab Chan (Album: Chlangden Vol. 111) រាហ៊ូចាប់ច័ន្ទ
  • Ream Kham Sror Mai រៀមខំស្រម៉ៃ
  • Reang Euy Reang Ré (Album: Chlangden Vol. 027)
  • Reasmei Kdei Sangkhoem (Album: Chlangden Vol. 082) រស្មីក្ដីសង្ឃឹម
  • Reatrei Chuob Sneh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 030) រាត្រីជួបស្នេហ៍
  • Reatrey Del Knhom Cham Min Plich(Album: Chlangden Vol. 111) រាត្រីដែលខ្ញុំចាំមិនភ្លេច
  • Reatrey HONG KONG (Album: Chlangden Vol. 071) រាត្រីហុងកុង
  • Reatrey Nat Chuob (Album: Chlangden Vol. 187) រាត្រីណាត់ជួប
  • Rey Euy Kum Yum រ៉ៃអើយកុំយំ
  • Riem Cbarng Yeung (Album: Chlangden Vol. 096) រៀមច្បងយើង
  • Roeu Mouy Oun Khoeung (Album: Chlangden Vol. 285) ឬមួយអូនខឹង
  • Rom A Go Go (Album: Chlangden Vol. 189) រាំអា ហ្គោហ្គោ
  • Rom ROCK (Album: Chlangden Vol. 028) រាំRock
  • Rom Saravann (Album: Chlangden Vol. 020) រាំសារ៉ាវ៉ាន់
  • Rom Tam Chet Smak (Album: Chlangden Vol. 097) រាំតាមចិត្តស្ម័គ្រ
  • Romdourl dorng steung Sangker (Flower of the River Sangker) រំដួលដងស្ទឹងសង្កែ
  • Romdourl Pothisat (Flower of Pursat) រំដួលពោធិសាត់
  • Romdourl Kok Kong រំដួលកោះកុង
  • Romdourl Kratier (Flower of Kratier) រំដួលក្រចេះ
  • Romdourl Sorin រំដួលសូរិន
  • Roseal Kong Phnom រសៀលគងភ្នំ
  • Rong Cham Knong Pel Romvong រង់ចាំក្នុងពេលរាំវង់
  • Romvong Knong Pel Reatrey (Album: Chlangden Vol. 071) រាំវង់ក្នុងពេលរាត្រី
  • Rorng Cham Tngay Sa-ek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 085) រង់ចាំថ្ងៃស្អែក
  • Rorsat Tam Kyol (Album: Chlangden Vol. 137) រសាត់តាមខ្យល់
  • Rory Chnam Kar Cham Dê (Album: Chlangden Vol. 203) រយឆ្នាំក៏ចាំដែរ
  • Ros Cham Chamloeuy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 068) រស់ចាំចម្លើយ
  • Rosoeub Nas (Album: Chlangden Vol. 055) រសើបណាស់
  • Rub Srei Chea Duong Chet Bong (Album: Chlangden Vol. 203) រូបស្រីជាដួងចិត្តបង
  • Rumduol Angkor (Album: Chlangden Vol. 071) រំដួលអង្គរ
  • Rumduol Dorng Stoeng Siem Reap (Album: Chlangden Vol. 063) រំដួលដងស្ទឹងសៀមរាប
  • Rumduol Kropum (Album: Chlangden Vol. 037) រំដួលក្រពុំ
  • Rumduol Pursat (Album: Chlangden Vol. 085) រំដួលពោធិសាត់
  • Rumduol Sroeng Sangkê (Album: Chlangden Vol. 005) រំដួលស្ទឹងសង្កែ

S

  • Samotr ream សមុទ្ររាម
  • Sangkhim Cheanich (Hoping Forever) សង្ឃឹមជានិច្ច
  • Snae ney yoeung (Our love) ស្នេហ៍ នៃយើង
  • Snae Borisoth (Pure Love) ស្នេហ៍បរិសុទ្ធ
  • Soben 3 Yuop សុបិន្ទបីយប់
  • Sony Agogo
  • Sony
  • Sopheap boroh សុភាពបុរស
  • Soriya reap lich សូរិយារៀបលិច
  • Soriya Ors Sdongkut សូរិយាអស្ដង្គត
  • Soriya Psong snae from the movie "Pos Keng Kang" សូរិយាផ្សងស្នេហ៍
  • Spean Cheu Aphorp ស្ពានឈឺអភ័ព្វ
  • Sroam Dong Stung Sonkgae
  • Stoeung Keo ស្ទឹងកែវ
  • Stoeung Sangker Kom Praeh jet tmey (River Sangker, Don't Change Your Mind) ស្ទឹងសង្កែកុំប្រែចិត្តថ្មី
  • Sa-ek Knhom Mean Prorpon (Album: Chlangden Vol. 029) ស្អែកខ្ញុំមានប្រពន្ធ
  • Sa-ek Lea Meh Chole Tveu Teahean (Album: Chlangden Vol. 191) ស្អែកលាម៉ែចូលធ្វើទាហាន
  • Saen Sday Tpol Sdam (Album: Chlangden Vol. 147) សែនស្ដាយថ្ពាល់ស្ដាំ
  • Sam Kmean Toah (Album: Chlangden Vol. 082)
  • Sambot Bong Muoy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 005) សំបុត្របងមួយ
  • Sambot Chong Kraoy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 183) សំបុត្រចុងក្រោយ
  • Sambot Muk Preah (Album: Chlangden Vol. 034) សម្បថមុខព្រះ
  • Samdei Min Tieng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 030) សំដីមិនទៀង
  • Samleng Khum Rong (Album: Chlangden Vol. 041)
  • Samleng Skor Dai Ek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 095) សំលេងស្គរដៃឯក
  • Samleng Tavao Pel Os Sdarngkort (Album: Chlangden Vol. 030) សំលេងតាវ៉ៅពេលអស្ដង្គត
  • Samnaeuch Cham-ark Prumlikhet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 211) សំណើចចំអកព្រហ្មលិខិត
  • Samnau Kakei (Album: Chlangden Vol. 082) សំណៅកាកី
  • Samnob Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 037) សំណប់ចិត្ត
  • Samot Toek Pnek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 111) សមុទ្រទឹកភ្នែក
  • Samrars Krarmom Phum Tkol (Album: Chlangden Vol. 004) សម្រស់ក្រមុំភូមិថ្កល់
  • Samrars Seda Koh Thmei (Album: Chlangden Vol. 027) សម្រស់សេដាកោះថ្មី
  • Samrek Chheam Khmer (Album: Chlangden Vol. 191) សំរែកឈាមខ្មែរ
  • Samros Bopha (Album: Chlangden Vol. 113) សម្រស់បុប្ផា
  • Samros Koh Kong (Album: Chlangden Vol. 028) សម្រស់កោះកុង
  • Samros Neang Chev Touk Dor (Album: Chlangden Vol. 043) សម្រស់នាងចែវទូក ដ
  • Samros Neary Samay 72 (Album: Chlangden Vol. 129) សម្រស់នារីសម័យ ៧២
  • Sang Pnuos Chos Oun (Album: Chlangden Vol. 123) សាងផ្នួសចុះអូន
  • Sangkhim Roeu Kmean Sangkhim (Album: Chlangden Vol. 149) សង្ឃឹមឬគ្មានសង្ឃឹម
  • Sangsa Samlarnh Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 117) សង្សាសំលាញ់ចិត្ត
  • Saniya 3 Tngay (Album: Chlangden Vol. 149) សន្យាបីថ្ងៃ
  • Sankhim Chong Kroy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 293) សង្ឃឹមចុងក្រោយ
  • Sark Veng Anlay (Album: Chlangden Vol. 070) សក់វែងអន្លាយ
  • Sayon Toch Yum (Album: Chlangden Vol. 103) សាយ័នទូចយំ
  • Sdab So Rohut Toek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 185) ស្ដាប់សូររហាត់ទឹក
  • Sdab So Toek Plieng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 071) ស្ដាប់សូរទឹកភ្លៀង
  • Sday-Riang-Own-Nass (Album: Chlangden Vol. 003) ស្ដាយរាងអូនណាស់
  • Sday Chet Del Kham Reaksa (Album: Chlangden Vol. 051) ស្ដាយចិត្តដែលខំរក្សា
  • Sday Chhom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 097)
  • Sday Chit Del Smos (Album: Chlangden Vol. 059) ស្ដាយចិត្តដែលស្មោះ
  • Sday Chumnoun Choun Mê Tov Sdei (Album: Chlangden Vol. 060) ស្ដាយចំណូនជូនម៉ែទៅស្ដី
  • Sday Duong Dara (Album: Chlangden Vol. 071) ស្ដាយដួងតារា
  • Sday Klen Del Kleat (Album: Chlangden Vol. 006) ស្ដាយក្លិនដែលឃ្លាត
  • Sday Snaeh Aphorp (Album: Chlangden Vol. 134) ស្ដាយស្នេហ៍អភ័ព្វ
  • Sday Vey Komlos (Album: Chlangden Vol. 011) ស្ដាយវ័យកំលោះ
  • Sen Kror-ob (Album: Chlangden Vol. 032) សែនក្រអូប
  • Sen Srolanh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 071) សែនស្រលាញ់
  • Skov âu Mal Tich (Album: Chlangden Vol. 042) ស្កូវឱម៉ាល់ទិច
  • Slab Ning Anouksavry (Album: Chlangden Vol. 185) ស្លាប់នឹងអនុស្សាវរីយ៍
  • Slab Rors Tê Mdorng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 145) ស្លាប់រស់តែម្ដង
  • Sloek Chheu Chak Mek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 038) ស្លឹកឈឺចាកមែក
  • Smân Chet Min Trov (Album: Chlangden Vol. 125) ស្មានចិត្តមិនត្រូវ
  • Smaong Euy Srei Smaong (Album: Chlangden Vol. 089)
  • Smos Ponoeung Hoeuy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 058) ស្មោះប៉ុណ្ណឹងហើយ
  • Snae Srei Srok Obun (Album: Chlangden Vol. 082) ស្នេហ៍ស្រីស្រុកអ៊ូបុន
  • Snae Srei Te Mneak (Album: Chlangden Vol. 004) ស្នេហ៍តែម្នាក់
  • Snaeh Jou Prap Tah Snaeh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 134)
  • Sne-Ott-Ney (Album: Chlangden Vol. 003) ស្នេហ៍អត់ន័យ
  • Sneh Bat Samros (Album: Chlangden Vol. 019) ស្នេហ៍បាត់សម្រស់
  • Sneh Borisot (Album: Chlangden Vol. 002) ស្នេហ៍បរិសុទ្ធ
  • Sneha Maktheung (Album: Chlangden Vol. 004) ស្នេហាម៉ាក់ធើង
  • Soben 3 Yub (Album: Chlangden Vol. 029) សុបិនបីយប់
  • Soben Chamlek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 025) សុបិនចំឡែក
  • Soben Kheugn Oun (Album: Chlangden Vol. 171) សុបិនឃើញអូន
  • Sok-Krorng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 003) សក់ក្រង
  • Sok Veng Mless? (Album: Chlangden Vol. 029) សក់វែងម្លេះ
  • Som Chuob Trem Cheat Noeng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 038) សុំជួបត្រឹមជាតិហ្នឹង
  • Som On Meta Bopha Kampong Som (Album: Chlangden Vol. 061) សូមអូនមេត្តាបុប្ផាកំពង់សោម
  • Som Pteas On Chrork (Album: Chlangden Vol. 027) សុំផ្ទះអូនច្រក
  • Som Rom Cheamuoy Phorng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 055) សុំរាំជាមួយផង
  • Som Thort Rub Muoy Na Neang (Album: Chlangden Vol. 039) សុំថតរូបមួយណានាង
  • Som Tnorm Prolom Tuk (Album: Chlangden Vol. 031) សុំថ្នមប្រលោមទុក
  • Sontouch Ot Nuy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 083) សន្ទួចអត់នុយ
  • Sony Bandol Sneh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 062) Sony បណ្ដូលស្នេហ៍
  • Sopheap Boros Ches Dal (Album: Chlangden Vol. 022) សុភាពបុរសចេះដាល់
  • Soriya Kampong Prak (Album: Chlangden Vol. 064) សូរិយាកំពង់ប្រាក់
  • Soriya Lngeach Tngay (Album: Chlangden Vol. 103) សូរិយាល្ងាចថ្ងៃ
  • Soriya Psorng Sneh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 073) សូរិយាផ្សងស្នេហ៍
  • Soriya Rieb Lich (Album: Chlangden Vol. 070) សូរិយារៀបលិច
  • Sork Krorng Hoeuy Ut (Album: Chlangden Vol. 032) សក់ក្រងហើយអត់
  • Sork Veng Anlay (Album: Chlangden Vol. 064) សក់វែងអន្លាយ
  • Sork Veng Mdech Min Ut (Album: Chlangden Vol. 095) សក់វែងម៉្ដេចមិនអត់
  • Sou Tram (Album: Chlangden Vol. 083) ស៊ូទ្រាំ
  • Sovann Machha (Album: Chlangden Vol. 189) សុវណ្ណមច្ឆា
  • Spean-O-Ta-Ki (Album: Chlangden Vol. 003) ស្ពានអូតាគី
  • Spean Chheu Aphop (Album: Chlangden Vol. 043) ស្ពានឈឺអភ័ព្វ
  • Spean O-taki (Album: Chlangden Vol. 043) ស្ពានអូតាគី
  • Spean Yole (Album: Chlangden Vol. 052) ស្ពានយោល
  • Sra L-ving Pign Keo (Album: Chlangden Vol. 285) ស្រាល្វីងពេញកែវ
  • Srach Haeuy On (Album: Chlangden Vol. 203) ស្រាច់ហើយអូន
  • Sraoh Sraoh Sraoh Sraoh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 010)
  • Srar-êm Darng Sroeng Sangkê (Album: Chlangden Vol. 005) ស្រអែមដងស្ទឹងសង្កែ
  • Srar-êm Khmao Steu (Album: Chlangden Vol. 062) ស្រអែមខ្មៅស្ទើរ
  • Srar-êm Leak Kluon (Album: Chlangden Vol. 063) ស្រអែមលាក់ខ្លួន
  • Srarlanh Haeuy Mdech Sa-arb (Album: Chlangden Vol. 051) ស្រលាញ់ហើយម្ដេចស្អប់
  • Srei Euy Srei Khmeng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 217) ស្រីអើយស្រីក្មេង
  • Srei La-ar Et Kchars (Album: Chlangden Vol. 042) ស្រីល្អឥតខ្ចោះ
  • Srey Kit Meul Chos (Album: Chlangden Vol. 041) ស្រីគិតមើលចុះ
  • Srey Srey Elov (Album: Chlangden Vol. 002) ស្រីស្រីឥឡូវ
  • Sro-Lanh-Trov-Hean (Album: Chlangden Vol. 003) ស្រលាញ់ត្រូវហ៊ាន
  • Srok Toek Pnek Rieng Avey? (Album: Chlangden Vol. 021) ស្រក់ទឹកភ្នែករឿងអ្វី ?
  • Sromol Akara (Album: Chlangden Vol. 103) ស្រមោលអក្ខរា
  • Sronos Klen Srey (Album: Chlangden Vol. 097) ស្រណោះក្លិនស្រី
  • Sronos Kmao Chrot (Album: Chlangden Vol. 059)
  • Sronos Phoum Doem Lvea (Album: Chlangden Vol. 009) ស្រណោះភូមិដើមល្វា
  • Sronos Veacha (Album: Chlangden Vol. 197) ស្រណោះវាចា
  • Srornos Pka Ptum (Album: Chlangden Vol. 021) ស្រណោះផ្កាផ្ទុំ
  • Sros Avey Mles Te? (Album: Chlangden Vol. 052) ស្រណោះអ្វីម្លេះទេ?
  • Sros Nis Sros (Album: Chlangden Vol. 073) ស្រស់នេះស្រស់
  • Sros Rork Min Ban (Album: Chlangden Vol. 025) ស្រស់រកមិនបាន
  • Stoeng Sangkê Kom Prê Chet Thmei (Album: Chlangden Vol. 027) ស្ទឹងសង្កែកុំប្រែចិត្តថ្មី
  • Stoeung-Keo (Album: Chlangden Vol. 003) ស្ទឹងកែវ
  • Stoeung Keo (Album: Chlangden Vol. 052) ស្ទឹងកែវ
  • Su Tram Tam Kam (Album: Chlangden Vol. 004) ស៊ូទ្រាំតាមកម្ម

T

  • Tep Thida Khnong Soben(Goddess in a dream) ទេពធិតាក្នុងសុបិន
  • Teuk Pnete Derm Chnom
  • Tgnai Neas Min Jole Pteas (Won't Go Home Today) ថ្ងៃនេះមិនចូលផ្ទះ
  • Thavory Meas Bong (Thavory, my Love)* ថាវរីមាសបង
  • Thmor Kol Sromol Snae ថ្មគោលស្រមោលស្នេហ៍
  • Thnom Snaeh ថ្នមស្នេហ៍
  • Tonsai Sdaiy Chan ទន្សាយស្ដាយច័ន្ទ
  • Touh yarg nar ទោះយ៉ាងណា
  • Troap Koap Chenda ទ្រព្យគាប់ចិន្ដា
  • Tikrong Keap ទីក្រុងកែប
  • Trik Deay Kok Pen ទឹកដីកោះប៉ែន
  • Trik Kreng Antrok Kheag
  • Trik kdouk Trik Jun
  • Trik Pheark Orkpuk
  • Tirk Ho Krom Spean ទឹកហូរក្រោមស្ពាន
  • Tivear Havosan
  • Tumnuñ Kita Meas ទំនួញហ្គីតាមាស
  • Thoub Bey Sorsai ធូបបីសសៃ
  • Tuk Sneh Tuk Kam
  • Tyda Bondoll Chet ធិតាបណ្ដូលចិត្ត
  • Tadark Speay Yeam (Album: Chlangden Vol. 027)
  • Tep Thida Knong Soben (Album: Chlangden Vol. 038) ទេពធិតាក្នុងសុបិន
  • Ter Bong Koss Avey.. (Album: Chlangden Vol. 136) តើបងខុសអ្វី
  • Tevada Than Kandal (Album: Chlangden Vol. 039) ទេវតាឋានកណ្ដាល
  • Tgnay Lich Nov Eh Neay Samoth (Album: Chlangden Vol. 044) ថ្ងៃលិចនៅឯនាយសមុទ្រ
  • Than Suo Ney Monus Kvak (Album: Chlangden Vol. 127) ឋានសួគ៌នៃមនុស្សខ្វាក់
  • Thavary Meas Barng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 082) ថាវរីមាសបង
  • Thminh Chheu Thkob (Album: Chlangden Vol. 030)
  • Thnorm Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 039) ថ្នមចិត្ត
  • Thoeb 1000 Dorng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 052) ថើប១០០០ដង
  • Thoeb Snam Kdech (Album: Chlangden Vol. 052) ថើបស្នាមក្ដិច
  • Thouk Bey Sorsay (Album: Chlangden Vol. 034) ធូបបីសសៃ
  • Tich Ké Tich Knhom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 051)
  • Tngay 12 Kakada (12 July) (Album: Chlangden Vol. 119) ថ្ងៃ១២កក្កដា
  • Tngay Chan Anuksa (Album: Chlangden Vol. 125) ថ្ងៃច័ន្ទអនុស្សា
  • Tngay Chré (Album: Chlangden Vol. 211) ថ្ងៃជ្រេ
  • Tngay Mun Bong Thoeb Oun (Album: Chlangden Vol. 029) ថ្ងៃមុនបងថើបអូន
  • Tngay Na Mék Srolas (Album: Chlangden Vol. 031) ថ្ងៃណាមេឃស្រឡះ
  • Tngay Na! Tngay Na! (Album: Chlangden Vol. 076) ថ្ងៃណា ថ្ងៃណា
  • Tngay Nis Min Chole Pteas Te (Album: Chlangden Vol. 113) ថ្ងៃនេះមិនចូលផ្ទះទេ
  • Tngay Sa-ek Bek Knea (Album: Chlangden Vol. 058) ថ្ងៃស្អែកបែកគ្នា
  • Tngay Sa-ek Bêk Knea (Album: Chlangden Vol. 051) ថ្ងៃស្អែកបែកគ្នា
  • Toe Mean Norna Klas Doch Knhom? (Album: Chlangden Vol. 031) តើមាននរណាខ្លះ
  • Toe Pit Reu Té? (Album: Chlangden Vol. 207) តើពិតឬទេ?
  • Toek Ho Kraom Spean (Album: Chlangden Vol. 125) ទឹកហូរក្រោមស្ពាន
  • Toek Pnék Leu Akara (Album: Chlangden Vol. 151) ទឹកភ្នែកលើអក្ខរា
  • Toek Pnek Loe Trung Barng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 010) ទឹកភ្នែកលើទ្រូងបង
  • Toek Pnek Malavy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 052) ទឹកភ្នែកម៉ាឡាវី
  • Toek Pnék Mouy Tok (Album: Chlangden Vol. 151) ទឹកភ្នែកមួយតក់
  • Tomninh Sneha (Album: Chlangden Vol. 049) ទោម្នេញស្នេហា
  • Tors Yang Na (Album: Chlangden Vol. 129) ទោះយ៉ាងណា
  • Touek Pnek Rumchang (Album: Chlangden Vol. 058) ទឹកភ្នែករំចង់
  • Toul Koke Toul Kam (Album: Chlangden Vol. 002) ទួលគោកទួលកម្ម
  • Tpol On Samrab Neakna (Album: Chlangden Vol. 086) ថ្ពាល់អូនសំរាប់នាក់ណា
  • Trarpeang Peay (Album: Chlangden Vol. 076) ត្រពាំងពាយ
  • Trob Kib Chenda (Album: Chlangden Vol. 219) ទ្រព្យគាប់ចិន្ដា
  • Tuk La-or Eng Chos (Album: Chlangden Vol. 059)
  • Tuk Thnaot (Album: Chlangden Vol. 062) ទូកត្នោត
  • Tumnuong Sdach Neak (Album: Chlangden Vol. 135) ទំនួញស្ដេចនាគ
  • Tumnuonh Chab Meas (Album: Chlangden Vol. 030) ទំនួញចាបមាស
  • Tumnuonh Guitar (Album: Chlangden Vol. 002) ទំនួញហ្គីតា
  • Tumnuonh Phokol Kuma (Album: Chlangden Vol. 076) ទំនួញភោគល្យកុមារ
  • Tumnuonh Toch Phnom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 060) ទំនួញតូចភ្នំ
  • Tung Troong Klang Nass*** (Album: Chlangden Vol. 002) ទឹងទ្រូងខ្លាំងណាស់
  • Tveu Avey Kor Tveu Deh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 097) ធ្វើអ្វីក៏ធ្វើដែរ

U

  • Udom Sneha ឧត្តមស្នេហា
  • Udom Doung Chet ឩត្ដមដួងចិត្ត

V

  • Veng Suk Alang វាលសោកអាល័យ
  • Veasna Ksai Tirk Chu
  • Veasna Chaov Cheth វាសនាចៅចិត្ត
  • Veal Sreay Sronoss វាលស្រែស្រណោះ
  • Vil Veñ Oun (Come Back, Dear) វិលវិញអូន
  • Vil Veñ Tam Sanya វិលវិញតាមសន្យា
  • Violetta
  • Vinhean khan bosiba វិញ្ញាណខ័ន្តនាងបុស្សបា
  • Vichara Meas Bong
  • Voasa Dal Haouy (Winter Is Here Already) វស្សាដល់ហើយ
  • Veacha Yukveachun Korki Thom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 191)
  • Veal Sork Veal Alay (Album: Chlangden Vol. 136)
  • Veal Srey Sronos (Album: Chlangden Vol. 100) វាលស្រីស្រណោះ
  • Veasna Chao-Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 099) វាសនាចៅចិត្ត
  • Vey Pign Kromom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 055) វ័យពេញក្រមុំ
  • Vil Tam Saniya (Album: Chlangden Vol. 058) វិលតាមសន្យា
  • Vilvinh On (Album: Chlangden Vol. 076) វិលវិញអូន
  • Violleta (Album: Chlangden Vol. 207)
  • Visamak Kal Nov Krong Kep (Album: Chlangden Vol. 207) វិស្សមកាលនៅក្រុងកែប
  • Vorng Euy Srey Vorng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 089) វងអើយស្រីវង
  • Wat Champou Ka-ek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 191) វត្តជម្ពូរក្អែក

Y

  • Youp 12 koert (Unforgettable Night of the 12th Increasing Moon) យប់ ១២ ​កើត
  • Yup Men Oun Yulyuom
  • Yup Niss(Tonight) យប់នេះ
  • Yup Sngat យប់ស្ងាត់
  • Yop Minh Nona Nhonhem Dak Bong (Who Smiled at Me Last Night) យប់ម៉ិញនរណាញញឹមដាក់បង
  • Yuvachu Samay
  • Yum Dembey Chhup Yum យំដើម្បីឈប់យំ
  • Yum Bey Ratrey យំបីរាត្រី
  • Yulyum Mork ញញឹម មក
  • Yulyum Sross
  • Yull Chet Rem Pong យល់ចិត្តរៀមផង
  • Yang Na Tov Sneha (Album: Chlangden Vol. 025) យ៉ាងណាទៅស្នេហា
  • Yihub Pailin (Album: Chlangden Vol. 062) យីហុបប៉ៃលិន
  • Yihup Battambang (Album: Chlangden Vol. 083) យីហុបបាត់ដំបង
  • Yub 12 Kaeut (Album: Chlangden Vol. 039) យប់ ១២ កើត
  • Yub Mign Oun Nhonhim (Album: Chlangden Vol. 095) យប់ម៉ិញអូនញញឹម
  • Yub Na Doch Yub Na (Album: Chlangden Vol. 219) យប់ណាដូចយប់ណា
  • 10 Chnam Reus Proporn (Album: Chlangden Vol. 025) ១០​ ឆ្នាំរើសប្រពន្ធ
  • 1000 Sarapheap (Album: Chlangden Vol. 029) ១០០០ សារភាព
  • 20 Chnam Knong Kuk (Album: Chlangden Vol. 036) ២០ ឆ្នាំក្នុងគុក

Duets with Ros Sereysothea

  • Ae Na Prommajarey ឯណាព្រហ្មចារី
  • Atneja Kai Gnognit អនិចារខែងងឹត
  • Akura Lohet* អក្ខរាលោហិត
  • Bombai Tep Sodachan*
  • Boh Choong
  • Chhom Chet Pesey
  • Chop Jeur Huey Bros ឈប់ជឿហើយប្រុស
  • Jang ban pka avey? (What Flower Do You Want?) ចង់បានផ្កាអ្វី?
  • Jomno Throjeak (A Cold Wind) ជំនោរត្រជាក់
  • Jun Kasey
  • Koch Madum Na? (How Am I "bad"?)
  • Kolarb snaeha (Love Poem) កុលាបស្នេហា
  • Komloss Phnom Penh Kromom Battambang កំលោះភ្នំពេញក្រមុំបាត់ដំបង
  • Konoch veyo កំនួចវាយោ
  • Kromom Khmer Ler* ក្រមុំខ្មែរលើ
  • Lea Huey Kolap Battambang លាហើយកុលាបបាត់ដំបង
  • Oh! snaeha euy! (Oh! Love!) ឱស្នេហ៍មាសបង
  • Snaiha Phenovong*
  • Yerng chreing lann pinek*
  • Chiet et la-eng* ចិត្តឥតល្អៀង
  • Bong smoss luoksei* បងស្មោះលុះក្ស័យ
  • Keopanchapor* កែវបញ្ចពណ៌
  • Seneha Preas Leksinnavong* ស្នេហាព្រះលក្ខ័ក្សិណវង្ស
  • Seneha Preas Thuong Neang Nag* ស្នេហាព្រះថោងនាងនាគ
  • Thyronagum Neang Nag*
  • Pkah Angkearboss* ផ្កាអង្គាបុស្ស
  • Duong preas chanthrere* ដួងព្រះច័ន្ទ្រា
  • Guo prane nisei sene*(Soul mate)
  • Norn laorng pruom teu!* នួនល្អងព្រមទៅ
  • Bopha thansorkear*(Heavenly flower) បុប្ផាឋានសួគ៌ា
  • Than soben sene*
  • Sene peth thar la-eng*
  • Chan reas kandol thngay throng* ច័ន្ទរះកណ្ដាលថ្ងៃត្រង់
  • Yerng kom bomplete khnere* យើងកុំបំភ្លេចគ្នា
  • Phekdei seneha*(Phekdei Love) ភ័ក្ដីស្នេហា
  • Preas Chinavong Bothumsoryah* ព្រះជិនវង្សបុទុមសុរិយា
  • Preas Channavong Kasalbopha* ព្រះជិនវង្សកុសលបុប្ផា
  • Athetsovann Chankasal*
  • Cheit moi thleam moi ចិត្តមួយថ្លើមមួយ
  • Seneha Champa Meas* ស្នេហាចំប៉ាមាស
  • Kuom kurht bong euy*(Don't stop me)
  • Jumroke sene*(The roof of love)
  • Moi kamplerng anosaovari មួយកំផ្លៀងអនុស្សាវរីយ៍
  • Sene bong neng oun* ស្នេហ៍បងនិងអូន
  • Soben than sene*
  • Sovann Thanann*
  • Sdath Domrei Sal*(The white Elephant king) ស្ដេចដំរីស
  • Soryonn Gomah*
  • Prasna buon kall*(The four riddell) ប្រស្នារបួន ខ
  • Preas Neng Champ Thuong*
  • Chan reas khnong reastrei*(Full moon at midnight)
  • Abulkesem*
  • Thansor nei yerng*(Ours Heaven)
  • Sophear meas bong*
  • Akynjah mate mee sraltuom*
  • Akareth Mayura*
  • Avuoth men ous men slapp*
  • Buthamavei seneha Chrisna Devi*
  • Pralong gonkear lane*(Water festival)
  • Thansor sene yerng*
  • Ros sene aldom*
  • Somlane sene thmei
  • Joss mork praleng*(Come down my love)
  • Yerng prote knere heuy*
  • Sralmai geu sene*
  • Klein pkah prei phnom*(Scent of mountain flower)
  • Chuok Roth meas bong*
  • Jomroke phekdei*(The Shelter of trust)
  • Rorm sene loksei*
  • Reing sene yerng*
  • Thavary meas bong*
  • Jeur Joss ! Jeur Joss !* (believeth)
  • Phuom khmer phuom thmei*
  • Sene neu thae sene*(always will love)
  • Yokvyjonn samei thmei*(The youths of New era)
  • Sralane bong joss*
  • Thanak psane cheit psane*(Status are different from love)
  • Meas sene pralnei bong*
  • Kmern avei thom jern seneha*(Nothing bigger than love)
  • Derm trane yull*(waving of the tallgrass)
  • Gonsan bonjum cheit*(The lover scarf)
  • Tyda seneha bong*
  • Tep Tyda Kandal sal* (The King of the White Mouse)
  • Praland seneha*
  • Seneha jumlerth* (The weirdness of love)
  • Tonsai sdei chanthere'*
  • Promdane cheit* (Boarder of love)
  • Chan jak math kere*
  • Seneha Laver Jathe*
  • Chmreing Tuom Tao*
  • Pka reth pkah roi*
  • Rothanakvong Neang Sokuntheros*
  • Somross Neang Baksai*(The beauty of the bird princess)
  • Thngay jurp seneha*
  • Mate eoi joi pong*
  • Prane nisei seneha*
  • Klain sal klain khmao*(The white hawk & black hawk)
  • Seneha pratana *
  • Sonyah 3 thngay*( the 3 days promise)
  • Pkah reth khnong sorn*(Blossom flower in the garden)
  • khbone sene kakai*
  • Lere heuy songsa khyum*(Gooodbye my love)
  • Buthamavei seneha*
  • Golap Indonesei*
  • Krap klenn Chanthuo*
  • Somboth muok jadei sene*(Promises before the grave of love)
  • Sene khmean Thngay plett*
  • Sne Chlong Veha (ស្នេហ៍ឆ្លងវេហា)
  • Jerng Phnom Samphov
  • Rom thet thheu (dance again)
  • Joui chhrooth shreu(caltivate rice)
  • Sralnoss O'chruo
  • Kralmom lerk kloun*
  • Phchoo mork darl heuy(Moonsoon is here)
  • Thnom euy thnom*
  • Gonthret torng vong
  • Sralane oun tharl thae ban
  • Oun geurt chnom euy?
  • Jass heuy louk tha!
  • Mi mai gall srey
  • Bong suom sla srey
  • Malop derm sralao
  • Enjurn teu nah?(where are you going)
  • Puot euy srey puot
  • Chmreing sene yerng(song of our love)
  • Oun jong yurm phhlae ghoi
  • Chravak sene (chained love)
  • Stung anosa
  • Jung thale khum hath
  • Suert reu yume ( laugh or cry?)
  • Tout chiet nas
  • Bors nag
  • Lerr srey khmao theu journ ongum
  • Aknicha san sdei
  • Japp pok euy
  • Sralane bong teu!
  • Chmreing seneha
  • Pka euy euy pka
  • Stung songkaer sene phekdei
  • Roi chnom gall jum darle
  • Yerng chreing pei nerk
  • Chiet sene terng neu
  • Sralane oun rom
  • Joll darle aoi mai
  • Chnom kroi kae neng
  • Sralane srey yupp
  • Goe sene khbere stung gumsorth
  • Som sla srey
  • Anosaovary bei kat
  • Trom darle pout gum
  • Pralet being srey
  • Tout euy srey tout
  • Kralmom pem kralsorm
  • Pailin doung chiet
  • Cheu nas oun
  • Om tork joll prate
  • Oun rep gah joss
  • Mam eng!
  • Math kear Phnom Penh dara battambang
  • Thmall goll sralmall sene
  • Sath japp yume jep
  • Jang sdap plain
  • Slek doung slek jak
  • Romvong chnom thmei
  • Hello bong ! hello oun!
  • Khdam sralgnay
  • Lork guon kralmom
  • Srey ngo ngok
  • Cingom moi teu
  • Penicilline sinn teu
  • Sum khjaye goe rom
  • Jumnov traljerk*(the cold breeze)
  • Phey mless oun*
  • Nerk na sene jerng nerk nah?*(whose love is greater?)
  • Chiet klart chiet*
  • Sralmall nerk nah?*(Whoses shadow?)
  • Kralmom arenn
  • Kum plete bopha angkor
  • Prome derm men prome chong
  • Chao dok
  • Go bong snan moi(One horn bull)
  • Nerk kroe kralmom
  • Nerk kroe pathe euy
  • Neary samei
  • Gondop bok srel
  • Svay moi mathe
  • Pka kravann
  • Mork pei nere thlerk ey
  • Tharl oun ayok punman
  • Phnom tout phnom thom
  • Reing peth roboss oun(My true story)
  • Pnete kouth
  • Pka avey?
  • Klart tharl koss
  • Stung songkae komprere chiet thmei
  • Bopha doung tao
  • Oun rean English
  • Enjung gall keng darle
  • Neh! oun srey
  • Oun prome heuye bong*
  • Sene khmern preall
  • Khmern loi moi reil tay
  • Pros samei apollo
  • Mong punman heuy?(what time is it)
  • Chert kroi som geurt cher...
  • Therm sene cheva
  • Smak therm pralpeini
  • Oun sonyah eouy bong jum
  • Bong jurp consigner
  • The pleing thet deth
  • Chan jak math
  • Kum lane morl pleu
  • Shate rom thall pleu
  • Gann dai mon gah
  • Teu nah teu pong
  • Rei meas shok shkom
  • Sorn sene aldom*
  • Kamloss mongkolborei srey sereysophaon
  • Srey sross pros sathe
  • Battambang mern avey chheung?
  • Mahop pisess
  • Akara Lohet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 076)
  • Aknicha Khê La-ngit (Album: Chlangden Vol. 217)
  • Allo Oun Allo Bong (Album: Chlangden Vol. 025)
  • Anjeugn Tov Na Bong? (Album: Chlangden Vol. 115)
  • Anukpheap Ney Bok Mort (Album: Chlangden Vol. 147)
  • Anuksavry 3 Khêt (Album: Chlangden Vol. 064)
  • Bampé Tepsoda Chan (Album: Chlangden Vol. 076)
  • Ban Chea Knhom Samloeng Meul Neang (Album: Chlangden Vol. 061)
  • Bêk Teang Toek Pnék (Album: Chlangden Vol. 096)
  • Bors Chhoung (Album: Chlangden Vol. 024)
  • Chahouy Ning Sankya (Album: Chlangden Vol. 041)
  • Champa Koh Thmei (Album: Chlangden Vol. 005)
  • Chamrieng TumTeav (Album: Chlangden Vol. 085)
  • Chamrieng Visamakal (Album: Chlangden Vol. 085)
  • Chan Chak Mek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 059)
  • Chan Chor Knong Reatrey (Album: Chlangden Vol. 099)
  • Chan Reas Tngay Trang (Album: Chlangden Vol. 103)
  • Chang Te Hek Kham (Album: Chlangden Vol. 049)
  • Chao Dark (Album: Chlangden Vol. 057)
  • Chaô Luoch Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 145)
  • Chet Et La-ieng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 117)
  • Chet Klach Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 133)
  • Chet Mouy Tloem Mouy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 031)
  • Chet Snae Tieng Nov (Album: Chlangden Vol. 083)
  • Cheuna Som On Kom Khoeng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 205)
  • Chhoeu Nas Oun (Album: Chlangden Vol. 037)
  • Chmos Oun Doch Duong Dara (Album: Chlangden Vol. 032)
  • Chmous Owne Doch Duong Darah (Album: Chlangden Vol. 001)
  • Choeur Chos (Album: Chlangden Vol. 020)
  • Chol Chnam Nov Battambang (Album: Chlangden Vol. 022)
  • Chol Oun Mdech Ban (Album: Chlangden Vol. 049)
  • Chor Lorch Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 099)
  • Chos Mok Proloeng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 050)
  • Chrote Sruv (Album: Chlangden Vol. 001)
  • Chumno Kjol Trocheak (Album: Chlangden Vol. 133)
  • Eh Na Prum Mjarey (Album: Chlangden Vol. 007)
  • Hê Neak Tov Buos (Album: Chlangden Vol. 030)
  • Jaerdey Sombaut Snaeh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 211)
  • Jass Kaong Knong Srawlang Knear Mdong Teat (Album: Chlangden Vol. 134)
  • Jomreang Louk Pkar (Album: Chlangden Vol. 134)
  • Kam Sneh Srey Am (Album: Chlangden Vol. 111)
  • Kamnap Sneha (Album: Chlangden Vol. 027)
  • Kandob Buk Srov (Album: Chlangden Vol. 217)
  • Kbon Kakei (Album: Chlangden Vol. 082)
  • Kdâm Srarngê (Album: Chlangden Vol. 057)
  • Khork Chet Sneh Srey (Album: Chlangden Vol. 033)
  • Klach Te Khos (Album: Chlangden Vol. 041)
  • Kleb Klen Chanthou (Album: Chlangden Vol. 127)
  • Kmean Avey Bombek Loeuy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 149)
  • Kmean Avey Thom Cheang Sneha (Album: Chlangden Vol. 103)
  • Kmean Muoy Riel Te (Album: Chlangden Vol. 086)
  • Knhom Chmos Chey Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 099)
  • Koch Mdom Na? (Album: Chlangden Vol. 041)
  • Kom Khort Bong Ey (Album: Chlangden Vol. 076)
  • Kom Leng Muol Plov (Album: Chlangden Vol. 059)
  • Komplich Bopha Angkor (Album: Chlangden Vol. 197)
  • Kou Sneh Kbeh Stoeung Kampot (Album: Chlangden Vol. 046)
  • Krarmom Aranh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 039)
  • Kromom Leak Kluon (Album: Chlangden Vol. 032)
  • Ku Preng Ni-sai (Album: Chlangden Vol. 100)
  • La Bum-Baye (Album: Chlangden Vol. 004)
  • Lea Haeuy Kolab Battambang (Album: Chlangden Vol. 062)
  • Lea Hoeuy Soumatra (Album: Chlangden Vol. 111)
  • Lork Kon Krarmom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 057)
  • Mdech Hean Suo Knhom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 099)
  • Meas Snae Bro-nei Phorng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 227)
  • Mek Euy Chuoy Pharng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 203)
  • Mekhea Phnom Penh Dara Battambang (Album: Chlangden Vol. 043)
  • Mlub Chrey Duong Chet (Chan Chak Mek) (Album: Chlangden Vol. 119)
  • Mlub Sneh Doem Srolav (Album: Chlangden Vol. 119)
  • Morn Rongeav (Album: Chlangden Vol. 097)
  • Muoy Kamplieng Anouksavry (Album: Chlangden Vol. 044)
  • Neak Boeuk Trak Tor Kvas Sneh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 043)
  • Neak Na Sneh Cheang Neak Na (Album: Chlangden Vol. 145)
  • Neakrou Krormom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 029)
  • Neary Chis Kon Korng Toch (Album: Chlangden Vol. 029)
  • Neh! Pros Kamsak (Album: Chlangden Vol. 068)
  • Nham Skar SINGOME Muoy Tov (Album: Chlangden Vol. 042)
  • Noeuk Krub Pel Velea (Album: Chlangden Vol. 097)
  • Nuon La-arng Prorm Tov (Album: Chlangden Vol. 082)
  • Odom Pheakriyea Teahean (Album: Chlangden Vol. 075)
  • Oh! On Thida (Album: Chlangden Vol. 203)
  • Om Touk Chol Prek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 037)
  • On Rieb Ka Chos (Album: Chlangden Vol. 063)
  • Orkun Lok Yeay (Album: Chlangden Vol. 002)
  • Pakthom-Vey Sneha Kroeusna Tevy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 185)
  • Pathom-vey Sneha (Album: Chlangden Vol. 203)
  • Phnom Touch Phnom Thom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 026)
  • Phoumara Aphop (Album: Chlangden Vol. 141)
  • Pjous Mok Dol Hoeuy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 032)
  • Pka Angkea Baos Euy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 100)
  • Pka Avey? (Album: Chlangden Vol. 041)
  • Pka Euy Pka Putrea (Album: Chlangden Vol. 027)
  • Pka Euy Pka Tkol (Album: Chlangden Vol. 103)
  • Pka Krovan (Album: Chlangden Vol. 087)
  • Pka Rich Haeuy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 181)
  • Pkor Lorn Eh Tbong (Album: Chlangden Vol. 097)
  • Prorlit Boeng Srei (Album: Chlangden Vol. 064)
  • Prorm Doem Min Prorm Chong (Album: Chlangden Vol. 087)
  • Prosna 4 Khor (Album: Chlangden Vol. 099)
  • Proyat Bapakam Na! (Album: Chlangden Vol. 115)
  • Psorng Chuob Krub Cheat (Album: Chlangden Vol. 050)
  • Ram Ket Chit Kay (Album: Chlangden Vol. 070)
  • Ramvorng Chol Chnam (Album: Chlangden Vol. 027)
  • Rattanavong Ning Sokonthearos (Album: Chlangden Vol. 115)
  • Rey Meas Sdok Sdam (Album: Chlangden Vol. 062)
  • Rieng Pit Robos Oun (Album: Chlangden Vol. 031)
  • Rom Cha Cha Cha (Album: Chlangden Vol. 189)
  • Rom Tor Tuv Teat (Album: Chlangden Vol. 130)
  • Romvong Chnam Thmei (Album: Chlangden Vol. 066)
  • Romvong Samay Apollo (Album: Chlangden Vol. 087)
  • Rory Chhnam Kor Cham Dae (Album: Chlangden Vol. 083)
  • Ros Sneha Odom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 209)
  • Sa-ek Rom Tol Ploeu (Album: Chlangden Vol. 059)
  • Sabay Vey Kmeng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 012)
  • Samrêk Neang Neak (Album: Chlangden Vol. 133)
  • Samros Leaksmy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 047)
  • Sanaya Bei Choin (Album: Chlangden Vol. 227)
  • Saniya Oy Bong Cham (Album: Chlangden Vol. 028)
  • Sat Chab Yum Chaeb (Album: Chlangden Vol. 139)
  • Smak Bong Mok (Album: Chlangden Vol. 020)
  • Snae Doch Toek Plieng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 082)
  • Snae Khnong Pel Reatrei (Album: Chlangden Vol. 100)
  • Snae Tam Prarpeyni (Album: Chlangden Vol. 010)
  • Sneh Bong Ning Oun (Album: Chlangden Vol. 115)
  • Sneh Et Ney (Album: Chlangden Vol. 030)
  • Sneh Kmean Prê (Album: Chlangden Vol. 076)
  • Sneh Nov Te Sneh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 020)
  • Sneh Srey On (Album: Chlangden Vol. 021)
  • Sneh Than Doseth (Album: Chlangden Vol. 119)
  • Sneha Chamlêk (Album: Chlangden Vol. 201)
  • Sneha Champa Meas (Album: Chlangden Vol. 058)
  • Sneha Champa Meas Ti Pi (Album: Chlangden Vol. 096)
  • Sneha Neang Lvea Chek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 141)
  • Sneha Preah Thong Neang Neak (Album: Chlangden Vol. 133)
  • Soben Suokea (Album: Chlangden Vol. 030)
  • Som Kan Mun Ka (Album: Chlangden Vol. 059)
  • Som Kjey Kou Rom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 007)
  • Som Skohl Ptess Pong (Album: Chlangden Vol. 001)
  • Som Sla (Album: Chlangden Vol. 066)
  • Sovann Taeng On Oun (Album: Chlangden Vol. 100)
  • Srarlanh Bong Tov (Album: Chlangden Vol. 006)
  • Srarlanh On Ram (Album: Chlangden Vol. 083)
  • Srawlang Srey Ngib (Album: Chlangden Vol. 001)
  • Srawlang Terb Skat Mork Rork (Album: Chlangden Vol. 134)
  • Srei Ngor Ngark (Album: Chlangden Vol. 042)
  • Srey Na Hean Veay Srey Nous Kou Knhom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 185)
  • Srey Toch (Album: Chlangden Vol. 097)
  • Srey Toch Chroloeung (Album: Chlangden Vol. 097)
  • Sromai Ku Snae (Album: Chlangden Vol. 147)
  • Sross Doch Knear (Album: Chlangden Vol. 001)
  • Starn Suor Starn Snaeh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 002)
  • Stoeng Anusa (Album: Chlangden Vol. 096)
  • Stoeng Sangkê Snae Pheakdei (Album: Chlangden Vol. 083)
  • Svay Muoy Mek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 139)
  • Thanak Pseng Chet Pseng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 048)
  • Thansuo (Album: Chlangden Vol. 036)
  • Thansuo Ney Yeung (Album: Chlangden Vol. 127)
  • Tharn Suo Tharn Sneh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 135)
  • Theat Dêk Theat Pleung (Album: Chlangden Vol. 057)
  • Thnorm Euy Thnom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 119)
  • Thoeb Chos (Album: Chlangden Vol. 045)
  • Tmor Kol Srormol Sneh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 043)
  • Tngay Sa-ek Bek Knea (Album: Chlangden Vol. 046)
  • Toch Euy Toch Srei (Album: Chlangden Vol. 070)
  • Toe Oun Ah-yuk Pon-marn (Album: Chlangden Vol. 026)
  • Toek Chet Ho Tov (Album: Chlangden Vol. 141)
  • Vinhean Andêt (Album: Chlangden Vol. 044)
  • Yeung Chreang 2 Neak (Album: Chlangden Vol. 083)
  • Yeung Kom Plich Knea (Album: Chlangden Vol. 085)

Duets with Pan Ron

  • Ah run rah
  • Chearng Maik Por Svay*
  • Sene reth douth pkah
  • Teuk Chross thlek leu thmall
  • Pkah chuok rohong
  • Sess peye teu( As the horse gallop)
  • Jurp Phek
  • Chmreing bompei
  • Jomroke sene
  • Seneha Neang Champa
  • Lere heuy Romdoll lonvath
  • Som sene Preas Perepath
  • Torng Neang Vong
  • Gampoll boross muok pei(The heroes with 2 faces)
  • Kathsongva meas bong
  • Seneha Eyna Bossaba
  • Gall na pkah reth?
  • Kdei sene yerng
  • Veryoke Traljerke(Coldness of the breeze)
  • Sene douch jerng make
  • Sene douch bomnong
  • Pka reik mort samoth(Flower blossom in front of the ocean)
  • Machoof meas(The Golden Coffin)
  • Oun plet reing derm
  • Menjess yoll chet
  • Bondam Keo Samonthere
  • Gomsan gonkear
  • Niss geu gum oun( This is my misfortune)
  • Chmreing thnom bompei
  • Sranlane khnere nas
  • Montha meas bong មន្ថា
  • Khum hous songkum
  • Den mork ! den mork!
  • Traljerke chet
  • Gumagall pysess
  • Geur gum thae oun
  • Merr gonn mdong
  • Khang baick teu heuy(flat tires)
  • Som thot roup mui
  • Juoy ronn lane(help push car)
  • Gonya rom sess (horse style dance)
  • Bong som reann rom
  • khmass ynerth
  • Rom cha cha cha
  • Teptydah gonya sork vain
  • Prasad sene*(the castle of love)
  • Joll chrok sinn nerng
  • Teu...kum teu aren
  • Ruop oun l-all jerng gay
  • Soben lorth sene
  • Golap Phuom gopnymeth
  • gumlane men lork tha
  • Thnom thpall oun pong
  • Chiet sene borisoth
  • Rom enjern rom
  • Guon gath bey sass
  • Oun sboth! sboth!
  • Bopha slakat
  • Gamloss honda Ganya peises
  • Snam kram jurp thpall
  • Nerk berk trakteu kvass sene
  • Sathe sorm
  • Poss mai heu hah
  • Jall lort thae thall?
  • Lanong tharl cha cha cha
  • Chnei khsath koss kong
  • Trom darl pout gum
  • Rom ban thae
  • Somross thmei
  • Om tork khnong being
  • Smak bong darl reu
  • Somross khmer pthem
  • Khmao oun khmao khmer
  • Men sene bong thae*
  • Jall lort bessduong*
  • Sralnoss gain toll khnong
  • Enjerng rom leng
  • Ruop pei cheveth mui
  • Sene yerng
  • klein klorn malis rorth
  • Srey tout tralmere
  • Avey heu tha seneha?
  • Bek Kang (Album: Chlangden Vol. 028)
  • Bondam Neang Keo Samontea (Album: Chlangden Vol. 135)
  • Bong Som Rien Rom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 032)
  • Bopha Slakete (Album: Chlangden Vol. 043)
  • Champey Rik Pros San-Soeum (Album: Chlangden Vol. 020)
  • Chamrieng Kaksekor KHMER Boek Srov (Album: Chlangden Vol. 197)
  • Chang Ban Te Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 046)
  • Chang Ram Te CHA CHA CHA (Album: Chlangden Vol. 086)
  • Chegnchiegn Tbong 5 (Album: Chlangden Vol. 097)
  • Chet 1 Tlaeum 1 (Album: Chlangden Vol. 051)
  • Cheung Mek Por Sor (Album: Chlangden Vol. 049)
  • Chivit Kakvei Dantrei Sneh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 051)
  • Chnam Kroy Kheh Ning (Album: Chlangden Vol. 066)
  • Chuob Pheak (Album: Chlangden Vol. 227)
  • Duong Champa (Album: Chlangden Vol. 036)
  • Hora Tbanh Ay (Album: Chlangden Vol. 045)
  • Jan Reangsey Nung Kae-saw Bopha (Album: Chlangden Vol. 135)
  • Kal Na Pka Rich (Album: Chlangden Vol. 099)
  • Kamakor Pises (Album: Chlangden Vol. 045)
  • Kamlos Chas Pas Neak Memay (Album: Chlangden Vol. 063)
  • Kbon Chivit (Album: Chlangden Vol. 037)
  • Klach Pas Pdei Keh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 066)
  • Kmas Gneat Teang Srok (Album: Chlangden Vol. 032)
  • Knhom Chreang Neang Rom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 134)
  • Kolab Kob Nimit (Album: Chlangden Vol. 060)
  • Kolbot Champos Mday (Album: Chlangden Vol. 048)
  • Kom Cloeuy Tha Te (Album: Chlangden Vol. 087)
  • Kom Leng Prarlam Mén Lok Ta (Album: Chlangden Vol. 060)
  • Krarlang Lang Euy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 063)
  • Lork Leuy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 046)
  • Meul Kon Mdorng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 059)
  • Min Ches Yol Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 033)
  • Min Del Kheunh Sars (Album: Chlangden Vol. 070)
  • Montha Meas Bong (Album: Chlangden Vol. 049)
  • Ne! Meul Oun Phorng Na (Album: Chlangden Vol. 185)
  • Neak Na Dak Chmors Aôy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 083)
  • Nov Te Min Nhin (Album: Chlangden Vol. 059)
  • Om Touk (Album: Chlangden Vol. 087)
  • Om Touk Knong Boeng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 087)
  • Pjous Kam Pjous Chet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 099)
  • Prarchum Knea Phoek Ram Sabay (Album: Chlangden Vol. 096)
  • Pronhab Te Khoeng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 086)
  • Prorlong Knea Rom (Album: Chlangden Vol. 032)
  • Rortyorn Thmei (new car) (Album: Chlangden Vol. 087)
  • Roub Oun Cheang Ké (Album: Chlangden Vol. 026)
  • Roub Py Chivit Mouy (Album: Chlangden Vol. 058)
  • Sa-ob Pros Dék Pha-ieng (Album: Chlangden Vol. 062)
  • Sa-ob Srey Gnam Sra (Album: Chlangden Vol. 059)
  • Samros Thmei (Album: Chlangden Vol. 083)
  • Sangkhim Cheanik (Album: Chlangden Vol. 047)
  • Sék Soam (Album: Chlangden Vol. 063)
  • Smak Muoy Chivit (Album: Chlangden Vol. 183)
  • Smak Oun 1 (Album: Chlangden Vol. 153)
  • Snae Doch Choeng Mek (Album: Chlangden Vol. 010)
  • Sneh Leu Akas (Album: Chlangden Vol. 034)
  • Sneh Pel Arun Reas (Album: Chlangden Vol. 133)
  • Sneh Yeung (Album: Chlangden Vol. 058)
  • Soben Luoch Sneh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 045)
  • Som Snae Preas Peay Phat (Album: Chlangden Vol. 100)
  • Som Thort 1 (Album: Chlangden Vol. 028)
  • Srey Kbot Snaeh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 001)
  • Srey Toch Sromeh (Album: Chlangden Vol. 115)
  • Sroêm Phalla (Album: Chlangden Vol. 024)
  • Srolanh Knea Nas (Album: Chlangden Vol. 133)
  • Tep Absar Chnam Thmei (Album: Chlangden Vol. 060)
  • Téschor Knong Kdey Srormay (Album: Chlangden Vol. 034)
  • Toek Chros Anousavry (Album: Chlangden Vol. 219)
  • Toh Knear Rorl Tgnai (Album: Chlangden Vol. 001)
  • Tov Leng Bon Pchum (Album: Chlangden Vol. 062)
  • Tram Dol Phut Kam (Album: Chlangden Vol. 064)
  • Trojeak Jet (Album: Chlangden Vol. 002)
  • York Tbong Tov Lam Bear (Album: Chlangden Vol. 009)

Other Duets(Sinn's Duets with Other Artists)

  • Konsaeng Bong Saw(My Scarf is White)
  • Luok Num Trosong
  • Pka Sarai
  • Pteh Psa Pram Knong(Album: Chlangden Vol. 025)
  • Toy Toy Toy(Back up Back up)

Notes

Song titles were in Khmer but have been transliterated into the Latin alphabet. Translations of song title pronunciations to English may not be accurate, may have been modified to be understandable in English, and under other circumstances should not be considered error-free. An asterisk (*) beside a song title means the song is known to be a soundtrack to a Khmer film at the time.

  1. Khoeung Pruos Sralanh is also known as Bonaich jet snae
  2. 'Oun' is a Khmer pronoun used by a male to refer to a female lover or by the female to refer to herself when speaking to her lover. It can also be a female name or nickname.
  3. Chmous Oun Doch Dourng Dara is also known as Chom Chet Pisey
  4. The title of some songs has been wrong rename by New production, They copy Khmer oldies songs then produce with new singer and did not keep the original's title. This make the title complicated. Ex: "Keng Yole Angroeng" គេង​យោល​អង្រឹង" The real title is "Cham Chuob Rol Tngay Lich" ចាំជួបរាល់​ថ្ងៃលិច .

Real title (ចំណងជើងពិត) Fault title (ចំណងជើងប្រឌិត)

Soben Suokea សុបិនសួគ៌ា Phop Preng Veasna ភ័ព្វព្រេងវាសនា Akara Tam Preah Peay អក្ខារាតាមព្រះពាយ Toek Dey Koh Pèn ទឹកដីកោះប៉ែន

References

  1. ^ Khieu San Sanna: Abdul Sary mchhas bot chamrieng Pull Tau Aphoap, Tussnavoddey Prachheaprey, 16–30 September 1996, no. 45 - Cambodia Publishing Co. Ltd, Phnom Penh

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