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Azhalerum Jeevitha Maruvil

Lyrics/Music: Prof. John Varghese
Gm                 F
Azhalerum jeevitha maruvil nee
Eb              Gm
Thalarukayo ini sahaje

Gm               F
Ninne vilichavan oonma-yullon
Eb               Gm
Kannin-mani pole kaatheedume
Bb                Cm
Anthyam vare vazhuthaatheyavan
Eb                F      Gm
Thangi nadathedum ponkarathaal

Kaarmukil-ere-kkarerukilum
Kaanunnille mazha villathinmel
Karuthuka vendathin bheekarangel
Keduthikal theerthavan thazhukeedume

Marubhoo prayaanathil chaareeduvaan
Oru nalla nayakan ninakkillayo
Karuthum ninakkavan vendathellaam
Thalarathe yaathra thudarnneeduka

Chelodu thanthrangal otheeduvaan
Charanmarundathikam sahaje
Chuduchora chinthendi vanneedilum
Chaayalle eeloka thangukalil

Kaippulla vellam kudicheedilum
Kalpana pole nadanneedanam
Eelpikka-yillavan sathru kaiyyil
Swarppuram nee anayum varayum

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