Alongside the film itself, an original soundtrack was devised to recreate the same artistic process of the film, blending the local musical sensibilities of Egyptian popular culture with a different musical scaling and arrangement, thus packaging the same issues in yet another accessible medium.
But the musical universe of the movie transcends the mere message to serve as an organic component of the filmic world. Kiss me not on the eyes is a modern urban musical that balances between diegetic and non diegetic music.

The songs written for the film by one the most praised lyricists of the country (Kawsar Mustapha) serve to comment and drive the narrative further when it comes to Beshir and Dunia, whereas the dance music, was devised to compliment the innovations brought in by the mixture of classic belly dancing and Sufi techniques.  
 
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