Am F Yesuvin namathinu aaradhana G E Rajathi rajavinaradana Am F Ella prashmsakum yogan neye G E Nalkunu njan nenake aaradanaa Am F Hale hallelujah G Hallelujah Am Hallelujah Am F Hale hallelujah G Hallelujah Am Hallelujah Angeku thulanayi aarumile Neeyalathe vere daivamile Nin mumbil matrem njan vanagidunu Neyaen daivam en pithave Hale hallelujah... Karunayin karathal ne thagunaven Puthuvazhi oruki ne karuthunaven Dhukathin vellail kaividathaven Vizhathe enenum thagidunaven Hale hallelujah...
Confused about a piano chord? Take a look at this piano chords chart
(Piano chords chart courtesy of scottbradford.us)
This song was last updated on 3/9/2019 6:32:05 AM.
Note: maj indicates major (written as Cmaj or just C), min indicates minor (written as Cmin or just Cm), sus indicates suspended, dim indicates diminished, aug indicates augmented. sus and sus4 are the same chords. Position 1, 2 and 3 indicate various positions on the fretboard. Numbers shown on right side of chart indicate fret number.
Add flavour to your music: Add a sus2 or a sus4 chord before a major or minor chord (Eg, Dsus4 before a D). Sometimes min7 chords (written as m7) can be substituted for major chords (Eg, Dm7 for F, or Am7 for C). Sometimes you can replace 7th chords with 9ths (Eg, replace D7 with D9)
When this page loads, the blue highlighted note is the original key of this song. To change the song to a different key, simply click on the note of your choice.
But what about a minor scale? Well, if you know about relative minor scales (Am is the relative minor scale of C, Em is the relative minor scale of G, etc.) it is easy. If a song is in Am, and you want to change it to Em scale, just click on G. To change it to F#m, click on A. So on and so forth.