Daiva Snehame Daiva Snehame
Lyrics: Dr.Blesson Memana | Music: Dr.Blesson Memana

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F        C F  F        C F 
Daiva snehame daiva snehame 
        F        Gm       C 
Swargam kaattiya athbhuthame 
F        C   F   F       C  F 
Marakkurishinmel ente perkkayi 
      Dm           C           F 
Yeshu chorinjatham nithya snehame 


F        C F  F        C F 
Daiva snehame daiva snehame 
        F        Gm       C 
Swargam kaattiya athbhuthame 
F        C   F   F       C  F 
Marakkurishinmel ente perkkayi 
      Bb           C           F 
Yeshu chorinjatham nithya snehame 

 
      Am     Gm 
Enthu nalkum pakaramay 
      Am      C          F 
Thulyamay onnumilla nadhane 
      Am     Gm 
Enthu nalkum pakaramay 
      Am      C          F 
Thulyamay onnumilla yeshuve 
F          Fmaj7        Bb            F
Nandhiyode anthyatholam paadidum njan deva 
Dm          Bb         C        F 
Ithratholam thathanne snehichuvallo 
F          Fmaj7        Bb            F
Nandhiyode anthyatholam paadidum njan deva 
Dm          Bb         C        Bb 
Ithratholam thathanne snehichuvallo 


Mulkkireedavum adippinarettathum 
Engane marakkum nadhane 
Swantha jeevanekum daiva kunjadine 
Nandhi chollam naavu pora 
 

Enthu nalkum pakaramay... 

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