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Yehshuvilay Njan Kannunu

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F                 Dm   F
Yehshuvilay njan kannunu
         C     F
Snehavum shantiyum
      C    Gm         C
Bahulamaye karunayum
Bb     C    F

F                 Bb    F     Gm
Aashrayam yeshuvanente aashrayam
          Bb     F     C     F
Aashwasam yeshuvanente aashwasam

Lokaprakara mohangal
Ekum nirashakal
Nithya santhosham kannunu
Yeshuvin chaare njan

Aashrayam yeshuvanente aashrayam
Aashwasam yeshuvanente aashwasam

Bhoovathilayi karuthum en
Sampathyam nashwaram
Swargathilayi orukum en
Nikshepam shashwatham

Aashrayam yeshuvanente aashrayam
Aashwasam yeshuvanente aashwasam

Bharamprayasa vellayil
Enullam mounamayi
Yeshuve thedum neram en
Chaare annanjidum

Aashrayam yeshuvanente aashrayam
Aashwasam yeshuvanente aashwasam

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