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Daivam cheytha nanmakalkellam

Lyrics/Music: Anil Adoor
Daivam cheytha nanmakalkellam
C              Dm
Nanni paranjiduvaan - 2
C             Bb
Naavithu pora naallithu pora
C            Dm
Ayusumithu pora - 2

Jeevithapathayil kaalukall ere
C              Dm
Kuzhanju vizhaathe
C               Dm
   Bb           Dm
En kannukal nirayune

Daivam cheytha nanmakalkellam...

Paapiyamenne neduvaaneshu
Kalvariyil thane
Jeevan nalkithorkumbol
En kannukal nirayunne

Daivam cheytha nanmakalkellam...

Kaarirumpaanikal tharakapettathu
En perkaayallo
Krushile sneham orkumbol
En kannukal nirayunne

Daivam cheytha nanmakalkellam...

Mulmudi choodi thongapettathu
En perkanallo
Oro dinam athu orkumpol
En kannukal nirayunne

Daivam cheytha nanmakalkellam...

(Lyrics updated by Benison Mumbai)

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