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En Priyaneppol Sundharanaay

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G               Em            Am                     G
En priyaneppol sundharanaay aareyum njaan ulakil
G           Em                   Am            G
Kannunilla melaalum njaann kaanukayilla

G                     C                   G
Sundaranaam manohara Ninneppirinji lokayaathra
G               Em           D             G
Praakrutharaam jaaranmaare Varikkumo valsala
G            Em              D                  G
Manneprethi maanikyam Vediyukilla njaan

Sarvaanga sundaranthanne enne veendeduthavan
Sarvasukha saukaryangal Arppikkunne njaan

Yerusalem puthrimaaren chuttum ninnu raappakal
Priyanodullanuraagam kavaarnneedukil

Lokhasukha saukaryangal aakunna prathaapangal
Modiyodukoode enne maadivilichhaal

Vellathil kumilapole minni vilangeedunna
Jedeeka sukhagalenne ethirelkkukil

Premamennil varddhikkunne priyanodu cheruvaan
Naalukal njaanennyenny jeevicheedunne

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