Yeshu Tera Naam
Lyrics: Yeshua Band | Music: Yeshua Band

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A          G    D            A
Yeshu Tera Naam Sabse Ooncha Hai(4x)
    A           G
Jis Naam Me Hai Mukti
    D           A
Jis Naam Me Hai Shakti
    A           G
Jis Naam Me Hai Shanti
  D               A
Deta Voh Naam Changai

Yeshu Tera Naam Sabse Ooncha Hai(4x)
    A           G
Jis Naam Me Hai Zindagi
    D        A
Yeshu Hai Vo Naam
    A           G
Jis Naam Me Hai Bandagi
    D        A
Yeshu Hai Vo Naam

Yeshu Tera Naam Sabse Ooncha Hai(4x)
Bimari Se, Garibi Se
Shrapon Se He Chudatha 
Vo Naam He Jo Andhon Ko
Raushni Bhi He Deta

Yeshu Tera Naam Sabse Ooncha Hai(4x)
Jis Naam Me Hai Zindagi
Yeshu Hai Vo Naam
Jis Naam Me Hai Bandagi
Yeshu Hai Vo Naam

Yeshu Tera Naam Sabse Ooncha Hai(4x)



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This song was last updated on 2/2/2018 4:45:00 AM.
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