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Ithrayum Snehichal Poraa

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F                   C
Ithrayum snehichal poraa
     F                C          F
Ange ithrayum aaradhichal poraa 
   Am          Dm
En jeevanekkal
     Gm                     F
Ange snehippan aanenikkasha
         Bb        F
Yeshuve Aaradhyane... (4)
     Gm C        F
Yeshuve Aaradhyane...
        Bb Am        Dm
Yeshuve Aaradhyane...
     Gm C        F
Yeshuve Aaradhyane...
   F           Bb              Am
En sankadangal theerthathinaalalla
   Bb               Gm                F
En aavashyam niravettiyathinaalalla (2)
   Gm          C
Enikkay marichathinaal
     Gm                 C    F
Njan ennumange aaradhecheedum...(2) 

Yeshuve araadhyane...(4)
En karmavum pravarthiyalumalla 
En nerchayum kazhchayalumalla (2) 
Krupayaal rakshichathinaal 
Njan ennumange aaradhicheedum... (2) 

Yeshuve aaradhyane...(4)

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