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Prathiphalam Thanneeduvaan

Music: M E Cherian | Lyrics: M E Cherian
Prathiphalam thanneeduvaan
Yesu Rajan vanneeduvan
Athikamillinium naalukalnammude
F#m      A          D    
Aathikal theernneeduvaan      

Daiveeka bhavanamathil
     Bm              D  
puthuveedukal orukkiavan
      G      Em         F#m       D
Varum meghamathil namme chertheeduvaan
    Em        A        D
Naduvaanathil dhoodharumai...      

Thanthiru naamathinnai
Mannil nindakal sahichavare... 
Thirusannidhou cherthu than kaikaklaal
Avarude kannuneer thudacheeduvaan 

Prathiphalam thanneeduvaan...

Swantha janathinellam
Pala peeddakal chaithavare 
Vannu bandhitharakkia dhaarmmikalam 
Avarkantham varutheeduvaan
Ini mannilum daivahitham 
Paripoornami daiveekarajya mipparilum 

Prathiphalam thanneeduvaan...

Kaalamellaam kazhiyum
Innu kaanmathellaam azhiyum      
Pinne puduyugamm viriyum thirike varaathe naam 
Nithyathayil marayum

Prathiphalam thanneeduvaan...      

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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.
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