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Vishvasathil Ennum Munnerum

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D                  F#m
Vishvasathil ennum munnerum njaan
G                  Bm         D
Vishvasathal ellam cheithidum njaan
G                 D
Onnum asadhyamaai illente
          A           D
Munpilini jayam enikunde

Njanottum pinmaruka illa
A                   Bm            D
Vishvasa chuvadukal munnotte munnotte
G                    D
Aarellam ethirthalum enthellam bhavichalum
A              D
Pinmarukillini njan
D                 A
Athikarathode ini kalppikum njan
      Bm               D
Prethikoolangal maaripokum
G                 D
Onnum asadhyamaai illente
          A           D
Munpilini jayam enikunde

Anartham undennu njan bhayappedilla
Tholvi varumennu njan bhayappedilla
Shathru jaikumenno bhavi nashikumenno
Ini mel jan bhayappedilla

Rogathino ini shaapathino
Paapathino njanadheenanalla
Sathanya saktiyinmel shapam than
Balathinmel jayam enikkundu Njanottum

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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.
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