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Vishwasa Jeevitha Padakil Njaan

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A        D9       A7      D  
Vishwasa jeevitha padakil njaan 
D7    Bm        E       A 
Seeon nagariyil pokunnu njaan 
D         C#m     A        E7 
Vishwaasa nayakan yeshuvae nokki 
E        Bm      E       A
Vishrama desathu pokunnu njaan 

Alakal padakil adichennal 
Allal oralppavum illenike 
Aazhiyum oozhiyum nirmmicha nathan 
Abhayam ayennarikil unde 

Naana pareekshakal vedhanakal 
Nathane ullathil dhyanichu entae 
ksheenam marannangu pokunnu njaan...
Marana nizhalil thaazhvarayil 
sharanam ayenik yeshuvunde 
Karal alinju en kaikal pidichu 
Thangi nadathidum andyam varae... 

Vinnilen veettil njaan chennu cherum 
Kannuneerokeyum annu theerum 
Enniyal theeratha thann krupakal 
varnnichu padhathil veenidum njaan...

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