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Enthu Kandu Ithra Snehippaan

Lyrics/Music: Samuel Wilson
F                 Dm   C          
Enthu kandu ithra snehippaan 
      Dm   C          F             
Ithra maanippaan yeshuve 
F               Dm    C   
Yogyanalla ithu praapippaan
     Dm     C          F               
Ithu krupayathaal yeshuve (2)

F                  Dm   F         
Paapiyaay irunnoru kaalathum
F               Dm   C              
Abhakthanaayoru naalilum (2)
Dm                    Gm         
Krooshinu shathruvaay jeevicha naalilum
C                F                                    
Nee enne snehichallo(2)

Enthu kandu...

Rakshayin padaviyaal veendenne
Aathmaavin daanathe nalki nee(2)
Than makanaakki nee van kshama eki nee 
Svathanthryam ekiyathaal(2)

Enthu kandu...

Daiveeka thejassal nirachenne
Than manavaattiyaay maati nee(2)
Sathyathin aathmaaval poornnamanassinaal
Angaye aaradhikkum(2)

Enthu kandu...

Swargeeya nadavakaashamaay 
Nithyamaam veedenikkorukki nee (2)
Enneyum cherkkuvaan meghathil vannidum
Bhagya naal ortheedumpol(2)

Enthu kandu...

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