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Vazhthunnu Njan Athyunnathane

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F#                   Ebm    C#
Vazhthunnu njan athyunnathane
F#                   Abm     C#
Vaanavum bhoomiyum chamachavane

Mahimayin prabhu thaan
C#           F#  
Mahathwathin yogyan
Bbm      Abm          C#     F#
Maanavum pukazhchayum Yeshuvinu

      F#            Abm
Yeshu naadha nee en dheivam
      B             Bb
Yeshu naadha nee en aashrayam
      F#            B   Bm
Yeshu naadha nee en shailavum
      F#      C#        F#
Ente kottayum nee maathrame

Sthuthikkunu njan mahonnathane
Sthuthyam than naadhante karaviruthu
Sthuthikkunu njan mahonnathane
Sthuthyam than naadhante karaviruthu
Mahimayin prabhu mahathwathin yogyan
Maanavum pukazhchayum yeshuvinu (2)

Yeshu naadha nee en dheivam...

Kerthikkum njaan en yesu para
Karthanu thulyamaayi aarumilla
Mahimayin prabhu thaan mahathvathin yogyan
Maanavum pukazchayum yeshuvine (2)

Yeshu naadha nee en dheivam...

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