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Ashwasam Neeye Ashrayam Neeye

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C             G            F     G
Hallelujah Hallelujah Hallelujah Amen
C             G            F     C
Hallelujah Hallelujah Hallelujah Amen

C                   G
Ashwasam neeye Ashrayam neeye
Ange njan aaradhikkum
C                  G
Empavum neeye Enayilla namame
Ange njan aaradhikkum

Vazhiyum neeye Sathyavum neeye
Ange njan aaradhikkum
Chinthayum neeye Aashayum neeye
Ange njan aaradhikkum

Owshadham neeye Ohariyum neeye
Ange njan aaradhikkum
Alphayum neeye Omegayum neeye
Ange njan aaradhikkum

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