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Aathma Shakthiyalenee Nirachiduka

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F
Aathma shakthiyalenee nirachiduka
                Bb
Anudinam aaradippan

Abishekathalenne nirachiduka
             C            F
Njan unarnnu shobikuvan (2)

F                    Bb
Abishekam pakarnniduka
                     F
Puthu shakthi prapikuvan
                  Gm
Andakara shakthikale
    C                   F
Jayikum njana krupayal (2)

Klesham nirayum maru yathrayil njan
Nine sthuthicharthidumpol
Thuranniduka nal neerurava
Njan ezunnetu shobikuvan (2)

Krupayalenne abishekam cheyuka
Vishudiyod aaradippan
Aathmavinale nin shakthiyale
Van kottakal thakarthiduvan (2)

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