Kaisa Anokha Pyar
Lyrics: New City Life Church | Music: New City Life Church

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E         B        A              A B E
Na dekhun kuch bhi museebaton may
E         B         A
Asha mere jeevan ke har pal may

Na dekhun kuch bhi...

F#m                 G#m
Kaisa anokha pyar tera
A        B           E
Satth na chhode tu mera

E	          B
Yeshu tu hi yogya he
     C#m       G#m
Sare aadar aur mahima ke
A      B            E
Haath utha ke may kahun
E	           B
Prabhu tu hi yogya he
     C#m       G#m
Sare aadar aur mahima ke
A      B            E
Haath utha ke may kahun

E
Tere charanon may main betha rahu
D
Teri baaten may sunta rahoon
A                     E              B
Yeshu tere peeche may chalna chahun

F#m		   G#m
Teri he tarha main banna chahoon
A       B           E
Tere hi haathon may rahna chahoon

yeshu tu hi yogya he...

kaisa anokha pyar tera
satth na chhode tu mera





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