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Aaradhippan Namukku Kaaranam Undu

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Em                  D
Aaradhippan namukku kaaranam undu 
C                  Em
Kaikotti padan ere kaaranam undu

Em        D
Halleluya halleluya
     Bm            Em
Nammudeshu jeevikkunnu

Em                G
Kaalukal ere kure vazhuthippoi
Em                  G
Orikkalum uyarilla ennu ninachu
Em       D            C          Bm
Ente ninavukal daivam maatti ezhuthi
Am        G           Bm       Em
Pinne kal vazhuthuvan eda vannilla 

Halleluya halleluya...

Aaradhippan namukku...

Unnatha viliyal vilichu enne
Chodichatho ullil polum ninachathalla 
Unnatha viliyal vilichu enne
Chodichatho ullil polum ninachathalla 
Daya thonni ente mel chorinjathalle 
Aayusellam ninakkai nalkidunnu 
Daya thonni ente mel chorinjathalle 
Aayusellam ninakkai nalkidunnu

Halleluya halleluya...

Aaradhippan namukku...

Uttorum udayorum thallikkalangu
Kuttam mathram paranju rasichappozum
Uttorum udayorum thallikkalangu
Kuttam mathram paranju rasichappozum
Nee mathramanenne uyarthiyathu
Santhoshathode njan aaradhikkunnu 

Halleluya halleluya...

Aaradhippan namukku...

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