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5:52 PM | Friday, October 29, 2004

This is my favorite song right now. It's on Play-Repeat. Yeah, I wasn't really a pinoy music fan until recently (college, that is). It just seems that the Pinoy Music Industry is getting better, with more and greater talents that are being recognized. (oh god heavens no, I'm not talking about show-biz talents like luv idol and shit like that. And I'm not talking about how many new entertainment hosts they have daily that, I'm sorry, try to speak english but can't.
What's wrong with speaking tagalog kung mas komportable sila?

Back to my point,Have you noticed even radio stations and MTV Asia play Pinoy music more frequently now? Just an observation.. Some, not all, but some Filipinos now have found the true sense of music and art. I feel proud to know that there are talents here being recognized.
All the more I don't want to leave. *puts on sad face*

Ako'y malungkot nanaman
Amoy chico na ako
Ilang tagay na hindi pa rin tulog
Tanong ko lang sa langit
Kung bakit pumangit

Nung dating masaya
Ngayo'y panay problemang
bumabalot sa buto
Bakit ganito

Ang pag-ibig
Ganyan talaga
Pagbago pa ang pag-ibig
Ganyan talaga

Pagkagising ko
Nakita ko si juan
Na syang adik
sa aming lugar

Parang droga daw ang bisa
Na ginagamit niya kanina
Sa una lang daw

Ang pag-ibig
Ganyan talaga
Pagbago pa ang pag-ibig
Ganyan talaga
Ang pag-ibig
Ganyan talaga
Pagbago pa ang pag-ibig
Ganyan talaga

Bamboo's cool. Dino has their CD and I love listening to them. Not much songs on their album, but it's still really good.

Another amazing Filipino fact is that the swords from LOTR and Braveheart were.. get this.. made in the Philippines. And one sword costs the average of P21,000.oo. Read the article for yourself.

On another happenin' note, we had a party last night and i guess paula's post says it all. Hehe. Oh, and I helped Julius put together his blog. It's not done yet if you notice.

Dino, take me out! *grin*

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