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Ellaam Anghe Mahathwathinai

Em           D          G
Ellaam anghe mahathwathinai
 F                        Em
Ellaam anghae pukazhchakkumai
Em      C       Em
Theerneede name priyane
      Am  D          G
Thiru namamuyarhnnidatte  

Em      B          G
Snehathiloodyellam kaanuhuvaan
Em         B             G
Snaehathil thanneyallaam chiayyuvaan
       Am    F        Em
Ennili nin swabhaavam pakaraname dhivya
Em    C        B         Em
Thajassaalenne nirhakkaname
Ennili nin swabhaavam pakaraname dhivya
Thajassaalenne nirhakkaname

Ellaam anghe...

Aathmaavin shakthiyode jeevippaan aathma
Nalvarhanghal nithyavum prhakaashippaan
Aathma naayakaa nirantharamaayennil-
Aathma dhaananghal parkarenhame
Aathma naayakaa nirantharamaayennil-
Aathma dhaananghal parkarenhame

Ellaam anghe...

Vakrhatha nirhanja paapa lokathil
Nee vilhichu verhthiricha ninjanam
Ninte ponnunaama mahathwathi naai
Dhinam shobhippan krhupa nalkanhame
Ninte ponnunaama mahathwathi naai
Dhinam shobhippan krhupa nalkanhame

Ellaam anghe...

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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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