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Thamizha ThamizhaMusic Director :
Singer : Hariharan
[pic]thamizha thamizha naaLai nam naaLae

thamizha thamizha naadum nam naadae (2)

en veedu thaai tamil nadu endrae sollada

en naamam indian endrae endrum nillada

thamizha thamizha naaLai nam naaLae

thamizha thamizha naadum nam naadae

nilam maaRalaam kuNam ondru dhaan

idam maaRalaam nilam ondru dhaan

mozhi maaRalaam poruL ondru dhaan

kali maaRalaam kodi ondru dhaan

thisai maaRalaam nilam ondru dhaan

isai maaRalaam mozhi ondru dhaan

nam India motham ondru dhaan vaa...

thamizha thamizha kaNgaL kalangaadhey

vidiyum vidiyum uLLam mayangaadhey

thamizha thamizha kaNgaL kalangaadhey

vidiyum vidiyum uLLam mayangaadhey

unakkuLLae indhiya raththam undaa illaiya?

ondraana bharatham unnai kaakkum illaiya

thamizha thamizha naaLai nam naaLae

thamizha thamizha naadum nam naadae

nam bharadham podhuvaanadhu

idhu vaervaiyaal uruvaanadhu

Movies - Tamil - Annamalaisounder
Posted on Oct-07-2008[pic]Song Lyrics Of Vetri Nichayam
Vetri Nichayam, Idhu Vaedha Sathiyam
Kolgai Velvadhae, Naan Konda Latchiyam
Ennai Madhithaal En Uyir Thandu Kaappaen
Ennai Midhithaal Irandil Ondru Paappaen
Adey Nanba ! Unmai Solvaen !
Savaal Vaendaam, Unnai Velvaen !
Vetri Nichayam, Idhu Vaedha Sathiyam
Kolgai Velvadhae, Naan Konda Latchiyam

Imayamalai Agaamal Enadhu Uyir Pogaadhu
Sooriyan Thoongalaam Enadhu Vizhi Thoongaadhu
Vaervai Mazhai Sindhaamal Vetri Malar Thoovaadhu
Ellaiyai Thodum Varai Enadhu Kattai Vaegaadhu
Ovvoru Vidhaiyilum Vruksham Olindhulladhae
Ovvoru Vidiyalum Enadhu Paer Solludhae
Panamum Pugazhum Unadhu Kannai Maraikkiradhae
Adey Nanba ! Unmai Solvaen !
Savaal Vaendaam, Unnai Velvaen !
Vetri Nichayam, Idhu Vaedha Sathiyam
Kolgai Velvadhae, Naan Konda Latchiyam

Indru Kanda Avamaanam Vendru Tharum Vegumaanam
Vaanamae Thaazhalaam Thaazhvadhillai Thanmaanam
Maedu Pallam Illaamal Vaazhvil Enna Sandhosham
Paaraigal Neenginaal Kodaikillai Sangeedham
Poimaiyum Vanjamum Unadhu Poorveegamae
Rathamum Vaervaiyum Enadhu Rajaangamae
Enadhu Nadayil Unadhu Padaigal Podipadumae
Adey Nanba ! Unmai Solvaen !
Savaal Vaendaam, Unnai Velvaen !

Vetri Nichayam, Idhu Vaedha Sathiyam
Kolgai Velvadhae, Naan Konda Latchiyam
Ennai Madhithaal En Uyir Thandu Kaappaen
Ennai Midhithaal Irandil Ondru Paarppaen
Adey Nanba ! Unmai Solvaen !
Savaal Vaendaam, Unnai Velvaen !

Song : Ovvoru pookalume
Movie: Autograph
Music: Bharatwaj
Lyricist: Pa.Vijay

Ovvoru Pookalume Solgirathey
Vazhvenraal Poraadum Porkalame
Ovvoru Vidiyalume Solgirathey
Iravaanaal Pagalondru Vanthidume

Nambikai Enbathu Vendum Nam Vaazhvil
Latchiyam Nitchayam Vellum Oru Naalil
Maname O Maname Nee Maarividu
Malaiyo athu Paniyo Nee Modhividu

Ullam Enrum Eppothum Undaindhu Pogakoodathu
Enna Intha Vaazhkai Endra Ennam Thonakoodathu
Entha Manithan Nenjukul Kaayamillai Sollungal
Kaalapokil Kaayam Ellam Maranthu Pogum Maayangal

Ulithaangum Karkkal Thaane Man meethu Silai Aagum
Valithaangum Ullam Thaane Nilaiyaana Sugam Kaanum
Yaarukillai Poraatam Kannil Enna Neerotam
Oru Kanavu Kandaal Athu Thinanum Enral Oru Naalil Nijamaagum
Maname O Maname Nee Maarividu
Malaiyo athu Paniyo Nee Modhividu

Ovvoru Pookalume Solgirathey
Vazhvenraal Poraadum Porkalame

Vaazhkai Kavithai Vaasipom Vaanam Alavu Yosipom
Muyarchi Enra Onrai Mattum Moochu Pola Swasipom
Latcham Kanavu Kannodu Latchiyangal Nejodu
Unnai Vella Yaarum Illai Uruthiyodu Poradu

Manithaa Un manathai Keeri Vidhai Podu Maramaagum
Avamaanam Padutholvi Ellame Uravaagum
Tholvi Inri Varalaara Thukkam Enna En Thola
Oru Mudivirunthaal Athil Thelividunthal Antha Vaanam Vasamaagum
Maname O Maname Nee Maarividu
Malaiyo athu Paniyo Nee Modhividu

Ovvoru Pookalume Solgirathey
Vazhvenraal Poraadum Porkalame
Ovvoru Vidiyalume Solgirathey
Iravaanaal Pagalondru Vanthidume

Nambikai Enbathu Vendum Nam Vaazhvil
Latchiyam Nitchayam Vellum Oru Naalil
Maname O Maname Nee Maarividu
Malaiyo athu Paniyo Nee Modhividu

Song Lyrics Of Thunindhu Nil
February 10th, 2010 · No Comments · Movies
ThuninthuNil Thodarnthu Sel Tholvi Kidaiyaathu Thambi
Ullathai Sol Nallathai Sei Theivam Iruppathai Nambi
Manithan Manithanaaga Illai – Yen
Solbutthi Suyabutthi Irandumillai
Ithayam Ithayamaaga Illai – Yen
Iruppathai Veliye Uraippathillai
Arivu Thelinthathaaga Illai Adutthavan VaazhvaiPoruppathillai
Vaazhvu Sulabamaanathillai – Yen
Sonnathai Seithavan Evanumillai
(Thuninthu)
Kangal Thavaru Seivathundu – Yen
Kallukkum Paalukkum Ore Niram
Ullam Poigal Solvathundu – Yen
Porulukkum Pugazhukkum Aasaipadum
Evanum Mirugamaavathundu – Yen
Kuranggukkum Manathukkum Uravu Undu
Avane Thevanaavathundu – Thaan
Solvathil Seivathil Naermai Kondu
(Thuninthu)

Song : Manathil uruthi vendum
Film : ManathiL uruthi vendum singer : K.J.Yesudas
Music : Ilayaraja
Lyrics : Vaali

manathil uruthi vendum vaarthayile thelivum vendum unarchi enbadhu vendum oli padaitha paarvai vendum gnana theebam yetra vendum

(manathil)

idai varum palavidha thadagalai thagarthinggu vaazhndhu kaatta vendum ilakkiya penmaikku ilakkanam neeyena yaarum potra vendum maadhar thammai keli pesum moodar vaayai mooduvom maanam kaakkum maanthar yaarkum maalai vaanggi poduvom (maadhar - poduvom) veedu kaakkum pennai vaazhthi naalum yedhum pesa vendum (manathil...)

samaikkindra karanggalum sarithiram padaipadhai boomi paarkka vendum thoorathu dhesathil baaradha penmayin paadal ketka vendum pengal koottam peigal yendru paadal sonna sithargalum eendra thaayum penmaiyendru yennidaadha pithargale (pengal - pithargale) yesinaalum pesinaalum anjidaamal vazha vendum (manathil...)

vetri vendumaa potu paarada edir neechal sardhaan poda thalaividhi enbadhu verung koochal enni thunindhaal ingu enna nadakaadhathu konjam muyandraal ingu edhu kidaikaathadhu

vetri

pillaiyai perugira ammavukku pathu maasamum edhir neechal porakkira kuzhandhai nadakira varayil tharayil poduvadhu edhir neechal palliku palliku idathukku alayum appanuk kadhu dhaan edhir neechal pillaiku eppadi idang kidaichaalum paritchai vandhaal edhir neechal

vetri

kadarkarai yoram nadakira kaadhal kalyanam mudippathu edhir neechal kanakkukku maylay pillaiyai pethu kaalam kazhippadhu edhir neechal kanmoodi vazhakkam mann moodi poga karuthai solvadhu edhir neechal veetuku veedu ottukkal vaangi padhavikku varuvadhu edhir neechal

vetri

oru pidi sothukku oru saan vayiru poraduvadhu edhir neechal oru pidi mannuku urimai kondu porkkalam povadhu edhir neechal ettadi mannil sikki vidaamal thappa ninaipadhu edhir neechal kooti kazhithu pottu paarkayil kadaisi varayil edhir neechal

vetri

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