Ezhu Nakshathram
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Em C Am Em

Ezhu nakshathram valam kayyil pidichu
Eare raaja mudi shirassathil dharichu
C                Am                            
Ezhu pon nilavilakkukalathin naduvil
D                 Em
Ezhunnalli varunnone

Em                   C
Dhaveedhu gothrathin simhamayone
Dhaveedhin thakkol kayyilullavane
Em                  D
Nee thurannal athu adakkuvatharu
Em               D         Em
Nee adachal athu thurakkuvatharu

Dhoothar sanjayathil aaradhyan kristhu
Pusthakam thurappan yogyanayaone
Madangidume ella muzhamkaalukalum
Ella naavum paadidum ninne

Mulmudi choodiya shirassinmel annal
Ponmudi than ezhunnali varunne
Vaazhchakalkkum adhikarangalkkum annu
Maattam bhavichidum nadhante varavil 

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This song was last updated on 9/28/2019 6:46:12 AM.
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