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Onnu Vilichal Odiyente Arikilethum

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Dm                     C      Dm
Onnu vilichal odiyente arikilethum    
     C                    Dm
Onnu sthuthichal avanente manam thurakum
     Am                 C     
Onnu karanjal omanichen mizhi thudaykum       
   Gm                      F
Oh ethra nalla snehamente eesho           
   Am                      Dm
Oh ethra nalla snehamente eesho
     Dm         C        Gm        Dm
Onnu thalarnnal avanente karam pidikum
      Dm    C       Gm          Dm
Pinne karunamayanai thaangi nadathum
Bb                  F       Gm
Shanti pakarum ente murivunakkum
Am                     Dm
Ethra nalla snehamente eesho
   Am                      Dm
Oh ethra nalla snehamente eesho

Onnu vilichal odiyente...

Thanne anugamikan avan enne vilikum
Thiru vachanam pakannente vazhi thelikum
Shakthi pakarum enne anugrahikum
Ethra nalla snehamente eesho        
Oh ethra nalla snehamente eesho

Onnu vilichal odiyente...

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