Manny Villar Jingle (Japanese Version)

The song Naging Mahirap used in the campaign advertisement of Presidential Candidate Manny Villar is really gaining a lot of attention. Due to it’s catchy lyrics and LSS-inducing melody, people everywhere have been singing it. And now, it has been translated into Japanese. I’m not sure if this is an official version released by his camp or was simply made by a fan who, I should say, did a terrific job. I know a little Japanese and from the few lines I managed to understand from the lyrics, whoever wrote this song really tried to translate the original Filipino words and retain the concept of the song. Here is the Japanese version video and the lyrics to the song:

gomi no umi de oyoida ka
michi de kurisumasu patii-shita ka
minna no shitsumon
honto no nakama ka
benkyo sasete kureru to shite imasu ka
minna shigoto mitsukete kureru
ie mo mitsukete kureru

villar wa honto no mazushii hito
villar wa honto no yasashii hito
villar wa jibun no chikara de jibun no chiyo kizuita
manny villar kinto nakushite kureru

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Tnx for the effort in lyrics

i really like this version ^_^

hunto ne kawaii 😀

HOW, REALLY, DID MANUEL BAMBA VILLAR, JR. GET TO BE RICH? It may bear and serve the Filipino nation well to investigate and know that Manny Villar may actually have broken through from Tondo-ragged accountant to billionaire-rich presidentiable by allowing himself to be used as a foreign investor’s dummy in the Philippine real estate business. You see, the conduct of real estate business in the Philippines is made exclusive by law to Filipino citizens, necessarily because its affairs involve sensitive issues that affect territory, sovereignty, patrimony, and national security. Wasn’t that a debonair American who was smilingly visible every day at the offices of Crown Asia, Inc., way back before the Villars became political aspirants? Unfortunately, sighting American presence at the Crown Asia, Inc. organization deteriorates to zero visibility in hot election weather, especially nowadays! As Manny Villar embarked on a political career, it naturally became strategically imperative to avoid flaks of damaging controversy about being economically beholden to foreign influence, especially from nationalist camps of the likes of then Senator Teofisto Guingona Jr. who was one among legislators instrumental in passing general law limiting conduct of real estate business in the Philippines to Filipinos only. In fact, it was from 1997 to 1999 that the bespectacled, middle-aged, happy American investor (silent or express?) of Crown Asia, Inc. was last regularly observed at the 18th Floor of Cityland Herrera Tower. Most of us often have “humble,” sometimes “rotten,” beginnings; yet being transparent about such beginnings can do more good than harm. The answer may go as far back as his auditing days at foreign investor-patronized Sycip Gorres Velayo or, perhaps, good Senator Manuel Villar would like to comment on this matter at this time?

ganda parang anim lang, san mDL ung mp3?

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