STUCK for a Valentine's Day gift?

Need help in putting your feelings for someone into words?

Well, a group of Huddersfield musicians could be offering the perfect solution, a personalised love song.

For a small cost the young Asian musicians at the Magical Wedding Songs Project will pen romantic melodies for you.

They can craft anything from a Bollywood ballad to a bhangra anthem.

Jarnail Singh Khalsa, who is marketing the project, said: "Sometimes people - especially men - find it hard to express their feelings. So we will express it for them in song.

"Each one is done from scratch and it is very personal. It is a piece of family history that can be passed down.

"People talk about having `our song'. Well, this literally will be their song."

The producer behind the passionate project is Edgerton musician and producer Gupsy Aujla.

Gupsy, 26, is a percussionist and is one of the hottest new musicians on the bhangra scene.

He released debut album Out of Nowhere in 2005 and its follow-up, Aftershock, on the Xplosive Soundz label.

He will be producing the songs, with help from lyricists and melody writers.

The team consists of professional musicians from India, including three who can write in Hindi or Punjabi.

In order to make the song as personal as possible the songwriters will visit the couple in question and create a mini-biography.

Special names, dates and musical tastes can all be taken into account.

Once the song has been crafted recordings will be taken and multiple CDs produced.

Mr Khalsa said the project had had a successful start.

He said: "We have had a good response to it, mainly through word of mouth.

"So far we have specialised in Asian styles, because that is the sort of music we are doing."

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