Monday, March 16, 2009

Caingget Sunset (A Tribute)

The not-so-recently-built-locally-designed-pergola welcoming public beach goers and the auto-warning-issue to be careful on the way down with too slippery a stairway ahihihi... GOOD LUCK, Y'ALL!

Tagbilaran City's most popular weekend public beach, Caingget.


Words by J. Roel Lungay

Music by Romeo Mascariñas

Performed by Romeo! Romeo!

Caingget sunset!
Caingget sunset!
Caingget sunset!

People here just come and go
Take a dip, an hour or two;
Young and old, and children too!
Make their days as good as new.

Local wine, a sip or two;
Hanging rice and seafood, too,
Love to eat dem barbeque -
Happy faces, smiling, too!

Caingget sunset
I’d like to be the man I’d be!
Caingget sunset
I’d like to know what’s there to do!

Caingget sunset
I can’t believe these things are true!
Caingget sunset
I wanna go, I wanna go!
Caingget sunset,
Caingget sunset
I wanna go!

Music, singing, guitars, too!
Noises everywhere you go;
Call it influence or so
Nothing matters, just be you!

Used to dive here years ago
Scream and shout, at night time, too!
Learned to sing a note or two.
Wet and wild, and naked, too!

Caingget sunset!
Caingget sunset!
Caingget sunset!
Caingget sunset!


(Repeat Chorus)

Caingget sunset!
Caingget sunset!
I wanna go!

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Caingget Revisited... 25 or so years after. Might as well call this gathering our silver jubilee celebration with tuba, koja, puso, sinugba, kinilaw aplenty! And oh... some Red Horse, too!

The very nook where we used to take off our clothes and gone bananas. We must have been some exibitionists! (LoL)

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