I'm Sorry Full Song Lyrical | Pantham Telugu Movie Songs | Gopichand | Mehreen | Mango Music

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I'm Sorry Song Lyrics

I Love you I Love You Bangaaru Nee kopam looks like a Ammoru.... I Love You I Love You Bangaaru Nee Kopam looks like a Ammoru.... Nippule thokkinattu ala chindhuleyyake Koddiga shaantincharaade oh pilla kila kila navvaalante nenem cheyyale tell me tell me tell meee

I’m sorry I’m sorry chinnari
I’m sorry manninchey e sari
I’m sorry I’m sorry vayyaari
I’m sorry karuninchey o sari
Meeku laage maku kooda manasanedhi untadhe andhulona anthuleni prema dhaagi untadhey danni gurthinchare ade kadha torturuuuu.... andhuke kottesthuntaam quater medha quateru mee lekkalu magic-lu logic-lu asalartham kaavey
Repeat pallavi I’m sorry I’m sorry chinnari
I’m sorry manninchey e sari
I’m sorry I’m sorry vayyaari
I’m sorry karuninchey o sari

Nindhalu veyyadame meeku janmahakkate vatini moyyadamlo kashtamento thelusate godavalu ante antha ishtam ento maguvaki red-bullu thaagi mari vachesthaare thaguvuki mondikesina bendutheesina ennichesina maku meere dhaari
I Love you I Love You Bangaaru Nee kopam looks like a Ammoru.... Nippule thokkinattu ala chindhuleyyake kodhiga shanthincha radheyy oh pilla kila kila navvaalante nenem cheyyale tell me tell me tell me I’m sorry I’m sorry chinnari
I’m sorry manninchey e sari

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