Krushil Kandu Njan
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        Em     D       C
Krushil kandu njan Nin snehathe
     Em      D        Em
Aazhamaarnna Nin maha thyagathe
        G     Bm     D
Pakaram enthu nalkum njan ini
          G          D        C      Em
Hrudhayam poornamayi nalkunnu Nadhane

Adipinaril kandu njan snehathe
Saukhyamaakum yeshuvin shakthiye
Pakaram enthu nalkum njan ini
Ennaarogyam nalkunnu Naadhanai

Mozhiyil kettu rakashayin shabdathe
Viduthal nalkum nin inba vachanathe
Pakarum enthu nalkum njan ini
Deshathegum pokum svisheshavumayi

Shrishtikalil-njan kandu nin karaviruthe
Albhuthaman nin njanathin purnathayum
Pakaram enthu nalkum njan ini
Nandhiyal ennum vazhthidum shrishtave

Nin shareram thakarthu Nee njangalkkai
Shudha raktam chinthiNee njangalkkai
Pakaram enthu nalkum njan ini
Anthyatholam ormikkum yagathe 

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