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Yeshuvilayi Njan Kannunu

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G      Em        C
Yeshuvilayi njan kannunu
G         D      G
Snehavum shanthiyum
D     Am    F    D
Behulamam karunnayum
G      Am     G
Abhaya sthanavum

G         Em     C     G     D
Aashrayam yeshuvanente aashrayam
Am        D      G     D     G
Aashwasam yeshuvanente aashwasam
Aashrayam yeshuvanente aashrayam
Aashwasam yeshuvanente aashwasam

Lokaprakara mohangal
Ekum niraashakal
Nithya santhosham kannunu
Yeshuvin chaare njan

Aashrayam yeshuvanente...

Bhoovathilayi karuthumen
Sampathyam nashvaram
Swargathilayi orukkum en
Nikshepam shashwatham

Aashrayam yeshuvanente...

Bharam prayasa vellayil
Ennullam mounamayi
Yeshuve thedum neram en
Chaare annanjidum

Aashrayam yeshuvanente...

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