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Daivathal Asadhyamayathonnumillallo

Lyrics/Music: Wilson Chennanattil
F                      C
Daivathal asadhyamayathonnumillallo
Gm                            F
Yehovaku kazhiyatha karyamillallo
F                               Gm
Yeshuvinte naamathil saukyamundallo
Bb         F          C        F
Yeshuvinte rekthathal jayamundallo

F            Am          Bb          F
Vishwasichal daivathinte mahathwam kanam
Gm            Eb          C           F
Prarthikumpol daivathinte prevarthi kanam
F           Am          Bb         F
Aaradhichal daivathinte viduthal kanam
Gm         Eb          C          F
Aasraichal daivathinte karuthal kanam

Abraham Yehovayil viswasichappol
Daivamathu neethiyai kanakittallo
Athimahathaya prethibhalam koduthu
Behu jathikalku pithavakki theerthallo

Issahakkin prarthanaku marupadiyai
Noorumeni nalki daivam anugrehichu
Vagdathangal niravetti paripalichu
Thalamurakal nalki anugrahichu

Yakobum daivathe aaradichappol
Yehovaku thakka mahathwam koduthappol
Yabokkenna kadavil anugrehamai
Israyel enna behumanam labhichu

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Note: maj indicates major (written as Cmaj or just C), min indicates minor (written as Cmin or just Cm), sus indicates suspended, dim indicates diminished, aug indicates augmented. sus and sus4 are the same chords. Position 1, 2 and 3 indicate various positions on the fretboard. Numbers shown on right side of chart indicate fret number.
Add flavour to your music: Add a sus2 or a sus4 chord before a major or minor chord (Eg, Dsus4 before a D). Sometimes min7 chords (written as m7) can be substituted for major chords (Eg, Dm7 for F, or Am7 for C). Sometimes you can replace 7th chords with 9ths (Eg, replace D7 with D9)

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