Favorite Lyrics

Filipinos are usually known for our talents in music. I am proud to be a member of a family with somewhat inherent inclination and skills in this field. In one way or another, members of my clan is interested or involved in something that has something to do with music. Some of my siblings and relatives are choir members, singers, guitar players, drummers, cellist, pianist. Others even play the trombone, clarinet and other musical instruments.

Unfortunately, I was not able to master any of those instruments. My father even sent me to a guitar school when I was nine. He gave me a harmonica as my birthday gift when I turned 11. But I was not able to learn well. Somehow, something happened and I could sing in front of the audience. I started singing in front of the crowd when I was 9 years old and ever since performed in school programs, family gatherings and videokes (even drinking sessions) and whatever occasion.

People are entertained and becomes connected through music... through songs. I just realized that my favorite songs are somehow connected with each other as well. Here are the Bits, pieces, portions of the lyrics of some of my favorite songs. Try humming and naming the songs!

For just this skyline pigeon
Dreaming of the open
Waiting for the day
When he can spread his wings

If I can see it
then I can do it
If I just believe it
there's nothing to it
I believe I can fly
I believe I can touch the sky
I think about it every night and day
Spread my wings and fly away

It's little things that only I know
Those are the things that make you mine
And it's like flying without wings
Coz you're my special thing
I'm flying without wings
I'm flying without wings
And that's the joy you bring

Did you ever know that you're my hero?
You're everything I wish I could be
I could fly higher than an eagle,
Cause you are the wind beneath my wings.

Can you take me Higher?
To a place where blind men see
Can you take me Higher?
To a place with golden streets
So lets go there,
lets go there,Come on, lets go there

Lets ask can we stay?

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