opium lestre


Gitara - Parokya ni Edgar Poem by opium lestre


Bakit pa kailangang magbihis
Sayang din naman ang porma
Lagi lang namang may sisingit
Sa tuwing tayo'y magkasama

Bakit pa kailangan ng rosas
Kung marami namang nag-aalay sayo
Uupo na lang at aawit
Maghihintay ng pagkakataon
Hahayaan na lang silang
Magkandarapa na manligaw sa'yo
Idadaan na lang kita sa awitin kong ito
Sabay ang tugtog ng gitara
Idadaan na lang sa gitara

Mapapagod lang sa kakatingin
Kong marami namang nakaharang
Aawit na lang at magpaparinig
Ng lahat ng aking nadarama
Pagbibigyan na lang silang
Magkandarapa na manligaw sayo
Idadaan na lang kita sa awitin kong ito
Sabay ang tugtog ng gitara
Idadaan na lang sa gitara

Pagbibigyan na lang silang
Magkandarapa na manligaw sayo
Idadaan na lang kita sa awitin kong ito
Sabay ang tugtog ng gitara
Oooohhhh...

Idadaan na lang...

Sa gitara

Submitted: Friday, October 11, 2013

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