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Yeshu Varunne Ponneshu Varunne

D               Em
Yeshu varunne ponneshu varunne
Varavinaye than
Vachanam poal nee orungidunnuvo
Ivide kayari varuvinenna
Bm            A
Daiva ssabdam kel
Aathinu-vendi unarunnu nee 
A           D

Neekkum loaka vaazhcha-yeshu
Raaja raajanaayi
Sthaapikkum swargeeya vaazhcha than

Yeshu varunne ponneshu varunne...

Amparathin shakthikal bramichidunnathaal
Amparappinaalee lokam nadungee-dunnithaa

Yeshu varunne ponneshu varunne...

Mulmudi aninju raktha-dhaariyaayavan
Ponkireedam choodi theja-poornnanaayitha

Yeshu varunne ponneshu varunne...

Daivam than vissudhan-maarin kannuneerellaam
Neekkiyekum nithya-jeevan-ennaneekkumaaye

Yeshu varunne ponneshu varunne...

Haa! swarggeeya naalathin prabhaathamayitha
Haayen priyan vaanil dhootha senayoadithaa

Yeshu varunne ponneshu varunne...

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