Karthavil Ennum Ente Ashrayam
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E               B
Karthavil ennum ente ashrayam
F#m                    A   B
Karthruseva thane ente agraham
E                 A           B
Kashtamo nashtamo enthu vanidilum
E                B              E
Karthavin paadam chernu chollum njan

E         A       E     C#m
Aarthu paadi njan anandathoday
Keerthanam chaithanum vazhthumeshuve
E          B         A      E
Ithra nala rakshakan vereyiluzhiyil
E      B           E
Hallelujah paadum njan

Vishwasathal njan yatra chaiyumen
Veettil ethuvollam krushin paathayil
Van thira poluru kleshangal vanaalum
Vallabhan chollil ellam maaridum

Than swanth jeevitham thanna rakshakan
Thallukilla ethu dukhanaallilum
Than thirukaikallal thangi nirthidum
Than sneham chollan pora vaakukal

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This song was last updated on 8/11/2018 6:04:46 AM.
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