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Innu Kanda Misrayimyare

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F                               Gm
Innu kanda misrayimyare kankayilla
C                              F
Innu kanda kastam ini varukayilla
F             Bb                 C         F
Bhadha ninte koodarathil adukkayilla
      F               Bb     F
Ninte kaalukal idarukilla
      C                   C7    F
Ninte kaalukal idarukilla

F                         Bb
Chenkadal pilarnnu vazhi tharum
Gm                    F
Yordhan randayi pirinju maarum
F                      Bb
Yeriho nin munpil idinju veezhum
C                              F
Yeshuvin naamthil nee arppidumpol

Rogangal ninne ksheenippikkayilla
Shapangal ninne thalarthukayilla
Aabhicharam Yakkobinu phalikkayilla
Lakshanangal Israyelineelkkayilla

Malakale idichu nurukkumavan
Kunnukale thavidu podiyakkidum
Sainyathin nayakan ninte  koodeyullappol
Manushya sakthikal ninne thodukayilla

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This song was last updated on 09/01/2018 08:17:00.
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