Juancho

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INTRO:D-Bm-G-A(2x) VERSE 1: D Bm Tila ibon kung lumipad, Sumabay sa hangin ako'y napatingin G A Sa dalagang nababalot ng hiwaga. D Bm Mapapansin kaya sa dame ng yong gingawa G A Kung kaagaw ko ang lahat may pag asa bang makilala ka

CHORUS: D Bm Awit na nananawagan, baka sakaling napakikinggan, G A Pag ibig na palaisipan sa kanta na lang idaraan D Bm Nag aabang sa langit, sa mga ulap sumisilip G A Sa likod ng mga tala,kahit sulyap lang darna (SAME CHORDS USED IN ALL VERSES) Ang swerte nga nman ni ding, lagi ka nyang kapiling Kung ako sa kanya niligawan na kita Mapapansin kaya sa dame ng yong gingawa Kung kaagaw ko ang lahat may pag asa bang makilala ka

CHORUS: D Bm Awit na nananawagan, baka sakaling napakikinggan, G A Pag ibig na palaisipan sa kanta na lang idaraan D Bm Nag aabang sa langit, sa mga ulap sumisilip G A Sa likod ng mga tala,kahit sulyap lang darna (SAME CHORDS USED IN ALL VERSES) Tumalon kaya ako sa bangin,para lang iyong sagipin Ito ang tanging paraan para mayakap ka Darating kaya......sa dame ng ginagawa Kung kaagaw ko sila…...

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