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Seeyon Yaathrayathil

Lyrics/Music: Wilson Chennanattil
Em              C
Seeyon yaathrayathil
       D                  Em
Maname bhayamonnum vendiniyum
Seeyon yaathrayathil
Maname bhayamonnum vendiniyum

G         Am
Abrahamin dhaivam
D        G
Isahakin dhaivam
C       D
Yakobin dhaivamennum
Em
Koodeyullathal
Abrahamin dhaivam
Isahakin dhaivam
Yakobin dhaivamennum
Koodeyullathal

Seeyon yaathrayathil...

G                    Em
Lokathin dhristiyil njaan
    Am                Em
Oru bhoshanai thonniyalum
E7         D           Am
Dhaivathin dhristiyil njaan
      G                 Em
Ennum shrestanai maaridunnu

Abrahamin dhaivam
Isahakin dhaivam
Yakobin dhaivamennum
Koodeyullathal

Seeyon yaathrayathil...

Onnine kurichiniyum
Enikkakula chinthayilla
Jeeva manna thannavan enne
Kshemamayi paalikkunnu

Abrahamin dhaivam
Isahakin dhaivam
Yakobin dhaivamennum
Koodeyullathal

Seeyon yaathrayathil...

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Note: maj indicates major (written as Cmaj or just C), min indicates minor (written as Cmin or just Cm), sus indicates suspended, dim indicates diminished, aug indicates augmented. sus and sus4 are the same chords. Position 1, 2 and 3 indicate various positions on the fretboard. Numbers shown on right side of chart indicate fret number.
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