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Paadum Njan Parameshanu Sathatham

F                     C       F
Paadum njan parameshanu sathatham
Ente paapamellam pokkiyathal
                     C       F
Paadum njan parameshanu sathatham

F                         Am                      
Athrayumallashirvadhamokkeyum labhichiduvan
Gm                          C
Aarthy poondu kaathirunna kaalamathinkal
Gm                               C                 F
Aarthiye theerthavae njan aarthu khoshiduvanai
F        C                 Dm                   F
Aarthy arinjavanm thante vaarthayenikkekiyathaal

Aarkkumekan sadhyamallathathma shakthy labhamakan
Parthipan munnarthiyode kaathirunnu njan
Paarthavan en dhurithangal orthavan en prarthanakal
Theerthavan en dhurithangl vaagdhathin aaviyaale

Kaathirikkunnavane njan kandiduvaanente kankal
Kothichidunnadhikamaay kuthukamode
Kaalamere chellum munpe kaahala nadham kelkkan
Kaathukalum kothikkunne kaarunya vaaridhe Deva

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Note: maj indicates major (written as Cmaj or just C), min indicates minor (written as Cmin or just Cm), sus indicates suspended, dim indicates diminished, aug indicates augmented. sus and sus4 are the same chords. Position 1, 2 and 3 indicate various positions on the fretboard. Numbers shown on right side of chart indicate fret number.
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