Yeshu En Pakshamai Theernnathinal
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Em         G
Yeshu en pakshamai theernnathinal
Am                E          Em
Enthoranandamee bhoovil vasam
Em         G              Am            Em
Ha Etramodham parthalathil jeevikum nal

Lokam veruthavaresuvodu
Chernnirunneppozhum aswasikum
Ma bhagya-kanan cherum vare kathidenam

Ie lokam akshepam cholliyalum
Dhushtar parihasam othiyalum
En prana nathan poyathaya patha mathi

Vegam vara-mennuracha natha
Noki noki kankal mangeedunne
Eppol varumo pranapriya kandiduvan

kanunnille ente prananatha
Nal thorumeni-kaswasamai theernnidene 

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