Yeshu Manavalan Namme Cherkuvan
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E                B7            E
Yeshu manavalan namme cherkuvan
              F#       B
Madhya vaanil velippeduvan
E      E7     A             Abm
Kaalam aasannamai priyare
E        B7          E
Orungam vishudhiyode

E            A             E               B
Cherum naam vegathil impa veedathil
E            A             B                 E
kaanum naam annaalil priyan ponmugham

Yudhangalum kshamavum bhookampavum
Adikkadi uyarnnidumpol
Kanthan yeshu varan kaalamai
Orungam vishuthiyode
Roga-dhukangalum maranamathum
Thellum nee bhayappedathe

Dheham mannodu chernnennalum
Roopandaram prapikum
Chadu chade uyarkum vishudharellam
Kaahala naadham kelkumpol
Paaril.. paarthidum naam annalil
Roopandharam praapikkum

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