Dili ka gwapo.
Ayaw pangandoy og gwapa.
Wa kay ayo.
Ayaw pangita og bright dinha.
Makabot ra na nimo tanan.
I first heard this song last year whilst my friends were preparing for their TEDx talk, and I was like I wish I was the one who wrote this song.
Here's one of the verse of the song nga duot sa bukog:
Selos nga lisod gyud kapugngan
Labaw na'g siya ang imong kauban
Ngano ma'ng mahadlok ko'ng ma wa' ka
Nga wa man g'yud tika ma akoa
Share this song to your maoy friends and make them more maoy.
I sound so conyo! Anyhoo, enjoy!
Weekend and working.
Kinsay gasulti hayahay ang mag freelance?
Not complaining though.
Most of my friends are not nine-to-five kind of peeps.
But you can't see a hint of stress on their faces.
All the time.
Gawas kung gugma na hisgotan.
Catch us on April 11, 7pm at the Ayala Terraces.
We will be launching our split album with the legend of visayan music: Max Surban.
My band will play his songs and 'noy Max Surban will play ours.
I'm not a fan of K-Pop, and I can't even understand a single Korean word. But the second verse, chorus and the musical arrangement of this song is so nice that I couldn't help but rape the repeat button.