[Intro] C Em Bb F Fm [Verse 1] Kung bibitaw nang mahinahon C Em Ako ba'y lulubayan ng ating Bb Mga kahapon na 'di na kayang F Fm Ayusin ng lambing C Em Mga pangako ba'y sapat na Bb F Fm Upang muli tayong ipagtagpo ng hinaharap [Pre-Chorus] C Em Bb F Ba't pa ipapaalala 'di rin naman panghahawakan C Em Bb F Ba't pa ipipilit kung 'di naman tayo ang [Chorus] C Em Para sa isa't-isa ooh Bb F 'Di ba sinta tayong dalawa lang noon C Em Para sa isa't-isa hohh Bb F Fm Ba't 'di sumang-ayon sa 'tin ang panahon C Em Bb F [Verse 2] C Siguro nga'y wala nang natira Em Sa mga sinulat mo na para sa 'kin Bb Alam kong luha ang bumubura F Ngunit hayaan mo na lang [Verse 3] C Walang saysay ang panalangin ko Em Kung 'di ako ang hahanapin mo Bb Kahit sigaw pa ang pagsamo ko sa 'yo F Bakit 'di mo dama 'to [Pre-Chorus] C Em Bb F Ba't pa ipapaalala 'di rin naman panghahawakan C Em Bb F Ba't pa ipipilit kung 'di naman tayo ang [Chorus] C Em Para sa isa't-isa ooh Bb F 'Di ba sinta tayong dalawa lang noon C Em Para sa isa't-isa hohh Bb F Ba't 'di sumang-ayon sa 'tin ang panahon
The lyrics of this song Pagsamo Chords appears to be in Tagalog, a language spoken in the Philippines. It seems to be about a relationship that is in the process of ending, and the singer is questioning why things are falling apart. They are asking why their past promises and memories aren’t enough to fix things, and why their partner isn’t willing to try to make the relationship work anymore. The singer express their desire for the relationship to continue despite the challenges, and is asking why the timing is not agreeing with them. The song is about a couple who is trying to hold on to the last strings of their relationship and the singer is asking why it is not working out and why the time is not on their side.
Tagalog is one of the major languages spoken in the Philippines. It is an Austronesian language that is closely related to other Philippine languages such as Cebuano and Ilocano. It is also closely related to Malay, which is spoken in neighboring countries such as Indonesia and Malaysia.
Tagalog is the primary language spoken in the metropolitan areas of Manila and its surrounding provinces, and is also widely spoken in other parts of Luzon, the largest island group in the Philippines. It is one of the official languages of the Philippines, along with English and Filipino (which is based largely on Tagalog).
Tagalog has a rich literary tradition and has been used in literature, poetry, and song for centuries. It was also used as a language of instruction in schools during the American colonial period in the Philippines. Today, Tagalog is widely spoken and understood throughout the Philippines, and is also spoken by Filipino communities abroad.
Conclusion on Pagsamo Chords
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