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Albuthamesuvin Namam

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F
Albuthamesuvin namam
        Bb             F
Ee bhuvilengum uyartheedam

F
Ellaarum ekamai koody
   Am        C7    F
Santhoshamai aaradikkaam
F      Bb          F
Nallavanam karthanavan
       C   C7       F
vallabanai velippedume

Neettiya thrikarathalum
Parishudhaatma sakthiyalum
Thiruvahanam athidhairyamaai
Uracheeduka sahodarare

Minnal pinarukal veesum
Pin mariye oottumavan
Unarukayai jena kodikal
Thakarumappol dursakthikalum

Velliyum ponnonnumalla
Kristhesuvin naamathinal
Albudhangal adayalangal
Nadanneeume than bhujabelathal

Kurudarin kannukal thurakkum
Kaathu kettidum chekidarkume
Mudanthullavar kuthichuyarum
Umarellam sthuthi muzhakkum

Bhuthangal vittudan pokum  
Sarva bathayum neengedume
Rogikalum aaswasikkum
Geetha swaram muzhangeedume

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A

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