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Aashrayam Nee Mathram Mathi

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Eb                      Bb
Aashrayam nee mathram mathi
     Ab             Eb
Yeshuve nin krupa mathi
    Eb                  Bb
Unnathan nee shreshtanaayon
     Ab             Eb
Aadi anthavum ariyunnon

Eb                     Cm
Sthuthibalam mahimayumellaam
    Ab           Eb
Angekken yeshu paraa
  Ab         Eb
Aaraadhana aaradhana 
 Bb                Eb
Ennum ninakku maathram

Thaazchayil nee orthu enne
Veezchayil nee thaangiyenne
Puthan paatten naavil thanna
Ange vaazthum anudinavum

Oru anarthavum bhavikkayilla
Oru baadhayum adukkayilla
Enne kaakkunnon mayangukilla
Kaal vazhuthaan idavarilla

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