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Kashtangalilum Pathareedalle

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Fm             Db
Kashtangalilum pathareedalle
Kannuneerilum thalarnneedalle
     Ab             Bbm
Njan ennum ninte Daivam
     Cm          Fm
Nee ennum entethanne

      Fm                 Cm
Ninte vishwasamo bhangam varikayilla
     Ab                 Eb
Athu prapichidum nishchayam
     Bbm                  Bb
Athu prapikkumpol nashtam labhamakum
        Eb       Db     Fm
Dhukham santhoshamayi marum

Ninne thakarkkuvano ninne mudikkuvano
Allalla ee vedana
Ninne pannutheduthu nalla ponnakkuvan
Allayo ee shodhana

Ninn kuttam vidhichu thallikkalanjennalum
Pirupiruppillathe mumpottu pokuka
Yeshu ennum ninte koode

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