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Manassode Shapamarathil Thoongiya

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E              A        E
Manassode shapamarathil thoongiya
A     E       B  C#m
Manuvela Daivajaatha
B        C#m     A       E
Ninakkee vedhana varuthi vechathu
       B     Am   E
Neecha njaanallo

Paramaneethi endhurithathalenne
Arivan ninnoruneram
Paraman nee athalariyappettidan
Irengivannello

Malapole sapam jwalichirangiya
Nilathin pathakammulam
Alinju nee shapam thalayilkondidan
valima vittallo

Nandiketta ie narare naraka
Agniyilninnunedan
Mannava thiruponkuruthi nee
Chintininnallo

Daivakopathin dhersanam vittu
Papi njanolicheedan
Sarva lokathin nayaka nin
Vilaavum vindallo

Marichaverkamruthai nin dehathe
NurukkiyojeevaNadha
Murinjudanja ninthirumaiyyin rektham
Chorinjallo paaril 

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