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Christmas has inspired a very large collection of music and songs. With such ingenuity in music and penchant for singing, Filipinos are complete with innumerable Christmas carols to dominate the airwaves during the holiday. Sayang sinta ang sinumpaan At pagtitinginang tunay Nais mo bang kalimutang ganap Ang ating suyuan at galak. This has been the official anthem of OFWs who most of the time spend their Christmas away from their families. It was originally performed by Gary Valenciano in Kumukutikutitap, bumubusibusilak Ganyan ang indak ng mga bumbilya Kikindat — kindat, kukurap -kurap Pinaglalaruan ng inyong mga mata. Tumitibok-tibok, sumisinok — sinok Wag lang malundo sa sabitin Pupulupot-lupot paikot ng paikot Koronahan ng palarang bituin.
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Christmas is the most wonderful time in every year. It is the best time to celebrate life and all its little perks, happiness and everything life has to offer. It is more than just the red block date on your calendar. It is more than just the time to spend you bonuses and your savings in buying Christmas gifts and other stuff you give out to kids and other people that matter this year. Christmas is more than just the time for family celebrations, gatherings and reunions. It is more than just the feast and the banquet spread on the table. It is the time to put up your Christmas decorations and be proud of what you have to offer.
Manila CNN Philippines Life — It is hard to imagine any Christmas celebration without the songs that have lived forever in the occasion. Especially for a country with a highly musical tradition like the Philippines, the sights are inseparable from the sounds. The flashy decorations of houses and offices, the customary gift-giving and food-sharing, the long lines at cashier counters, and the joyless hours spent in traffic jams always come with the never-ending music playlists in malls and public transportation, the young carollers with their grating voices and recycled instruments knocking on homes and car windows, and the indoor and outdoor parties whose idea of festivity is overusing bass-heavy amplifiers. Christmas is in the air as much as it is in the ear.