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Ninne Snehikkum Njaan

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Fm              Eb
Ninne snehikkum njaan
         Ab          Fm
Ninne snehikkum Yeshuve
Ninne snehikkum njaan
Nee maathramen daivam
                Db             Bbm
Nin sannidhiyil njaan anajidum
              Ab               Fm
Thripadagalil njaan vanangidum
               Bbm              Eb
Nin vazhikalil njaan nadannidum
Nin mukham dharshikkum

Nin naamathe vaazthidum
Nin naamathe vaazthidum thathaa
Nin naamathe vaazthidum
Nee maathrramen daivam
Nin sannidhiyil prarthikkum
Nin sannidhiyil prarthikkum naathaa
Nin sannidhiyil prarthikkum
Nee maathrramen daivam

Aathmavil aaradhikkum
Aathmavil aaradhikkum devaa
Aathmavil aaradhikkum
Nee parishuddha
Ange njan vaazhthidum
Njan pinthiriyilla
Nin sannidhiyil kumpidumpol
Nin paathayil njan nadakkumpol
Enthu kleshamaakilum
Njan pinthiriyilla
nin sannidhiyil kumpidumpol
nin paathayil njan nadakkumpol
enthu kleshamaakilum njan pinthiriyilla

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