Buko

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BUKO-JIREH LIM

Verse:
Naalala ko pa
Nung nililigawan pa lamang kita
Dadalaw tuwing gabi
Masilayan lamang ang ‘yong mga ngiti

At Ika’y sasabihan
Bukas ng alas siyete sa dating tagpuan
Buo ang araw ko
Marinig ko lang ang mga himig mo

Hindi ko man alam kung nasan ka
Wala man tayong komunikasyon
Mag hihintay sa’yo buong magdamag
Dahil ikaw ang buhay ko

Chorus:
Kung inaakala mo
Ang pag-ibig ko’y magbabago
Itaga mo sa bato
Dumaan man ang maraming pasko
Kahit na di mo na abot ang sahig
Kahit na di mo na ‘ko marinig
Ikaw pa rin ang buhay ko

Verse:
Naalala ko pa
Nung pinapangarap pa lamang kita
Hahatid, susunduin
Kahit mga bituin aking susungkitin
[ Lyrics from: http://www.lyricsty.com/jireh-lim-buko-lyrics.html ]
Chorus:
Kung inaakala mo
Ang pag-ibig ko’y magbabago
Itaga mo sa bato
Dumaan man ang maraming pasko
Kahit na di mo na abot ang sahig
Kahit na di mo na ‘ko marinig
Ikaw pa rin ang buhay ko

Bridge:
Araw-araw kitang liligawan
Haharanahin ka lagi
Kitang liligawan
Haharanahin ka lagi

Chorus:
Kung inaakala mo
Ang pag-ibig ko’y magbabago
Itaga mo sa bato
Pumuti man ang mga buhok ko ohhhh... Kung inaakala mo
Ang pag-ibig ko’y magbabago
Itaga mo sa bato
Dumaan man ang maraming pasko

Kung inaakala mo
Ang pag-ibig ko’y magbabago
Itaga mo sa bato
Dumaan man ang maraming pasko
Kahit na kumulubot ang balat
Kahit na hirap ka nang dumilat
Kahit na di mo na abot ang sahig
Kahit na di mo na ako marinig
Ikaw parin(ikaw pa rin)
Ang buhay…...

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