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Lyr Req: kung para sa yo (Tagalog)

mg 29 Apr 10 - 12:48 AM
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Subject: Lyr Req: kung para sa yo
From: mg
Date: 29 Apr 10 - 12:48 AM

Does someone have the English and Tagalog words to this pretty song? mg


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Subject: ADDPOP: Kung Para Sayo (Tagalog)
From: Joe Offer
Date: 29 Apr 10 - 01:30 AM

I found a YouTuve video here (click).

I found the lyrics at "one of those lyrics sites," so I can't vouch for the quality - but it seems to match the video quite well. There's a repeat at the end that I didn't include below.

Kung Para Sayo
(as recorded by Willie Revillame)

Lagi kitang naiisip
Maging sa king panaginip
Ninanais na makita
At makausap kahit saglit
Umaasa na palagi
Yakap at kapiling kita

Di mo ba alam na ikaw ang pangarap ko
Damdamin ko ay di mag babago
Di ko kayang limutin ang tulad mo
Sana ay malaman mo ito

Di mo ba alam na ikaw lang sa puso ko
Lahat ay gagawin kung para sayo
Paglimot ay wala sa isipan ko
Basta't ako ay mag hihintay
Kung para sa'yo

Kapag ikaw ay kasama
Langit sa puso ang nadarama
At tunay na kay ligaya
Ang sandaling kung mayayakap ka
Umaasa na palagi
Yakap at kapiling kita

Di mo ba alam na ikaw ang pangarap ko
Damdamin ko ay di mag babago
Di ko kayang limutin ang tulad mo
Sana ay malaman mo ito

Di mo ba alam na ikaw lang sa puso ko
Lahat ay gagawin kung para sayo
Paglimot ay wala sa isipan ko
Basta't ako ay mag hihintay
Kung para sa'yo

Di mo ba alam na ikaw ang pangarap ko
Damdamin ko ay di mag babago
Di ko kayang limutin ang tulad mo
Sana ay malaman mo ito


source: http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/w/willie_revillame

I've had contact with Filipino people all my life in church activities, but I've never had the motivation to learn tagalog. I've sung a piece or two in tagalog in church gatherings, but never figured out what it was I was singing. I never met a Filipino who couldn't speak English, so there was no reason for me to learn tagalog. Heck, I even met English-speaking Filipinos in Greece, attending an English-speaking Mass and singing songs from Oregon Catholic Press.


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