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MARANAO BALLAD - Aalis ka pala - Plalakaw kabs


AALIS KA PALA
PLalakaw Kabs

Elementary Grade Ballad Song

TAGALOG

Aalis ka pala,
at ako'y iiwanan,
Ang pupuntahanmo,
sa malayong lugar.
Hindi ba'tnoong una,
ako ay iyongmahal.
Kahit sa pagtulog,
binabantayankita.
Ang hilingko lamang,
kung may mahal ka na.
Kung may mahal ka na,
limutinmo ako ...

MARANAO

P'lalakaw ka bs,
p'lipatan akungka.
Aya zongowan nka,
na so mawatana ingd.
Di kna sa paganay,
saknso garingka.
Bapya so kathurog,
na phagipatnko ska.
Aya phang-nin akn,
na owana garingka.
Na owana garingka,
na lipati akungka dn ...

Copyright © Khadaffy D. Mangondato | Year Posted 2015



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My Ballad for Bobbi Jean

I sat beside my window 
To greet the early morn
And hope that I may hear soon
The buglers upon their horns
Only then will I be sure
That my heart be full of glee
Harrah! He is home now
My traveler has come for me
Traversed by naught but brave,
He tells me of these lands
Tales of beasts and babes
All tamed by his firm hands
Oh, I have traveled far and wide
Says he with a sigh
But have seen the greatest treasures
A-sitting by your side
When I become so weary
And the road becomes too rough
Why, I have naught to do 
But think of you, my love


For my cousin Bobbi Jean. 
May you and your family continue to have a blessed life.

Copyright © misty hunter | Year Posted 2008