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Gloc-9 – Walang Natira lyrics

[Sheng Belmonte]
Napakaraming guro dito sa amin ngunit
Bakit tila walang natira
Napakaraming nurse dito sa amin
Ngunit bakit tila walang natira
Nagaabroad sila
(Gusto kong yumaman4x)
Nagaabroad sila
(Gusto kong yumaman4x)
Nagaabroad sila

[Gloc-9]
Lupa kong sinilangan ang pangalan ay pinas
Ngunit bakit parang puno na ang prutas ay pitas
Nauubusan ng batas parang inamag na bigas
Lumalakas na ang ulan ngunit ang payong ay butas
Tumatakbo ng madulas mga pinuno ay ungas
Sila lang ang nakikinabang pero tayo ang utas
Mga kabayan natin ay lumilipad, lumalabas
Para pumunta ng ibang bansa at doon magtanas
Ng kamay para lamang magkakalyo lang muli
Ang pahingay iipunin para magamit paguwi
Dahil doon sa atin mahirap makuha ang buri
Mapahiran ng tsokolate ang matamis na ngiti
Ng anak na halos di nakilala ang ama
O ina na wala sa tuwing kaarawan nila
Dadarating kaya ang araw na ito'y magiiba
Kung hindi ka sigurado mag-isip isip ka na
[Sheng Belmonte]
Napakaraming inhinyero dito sa amin
Ngunit bakit tila walang natira
Napakaraming karpintero dito sa amin
Ngunit bakit tila walang natira
Nagaabroad sila
(Gusto kong yumaman4x)
Nagaabroad sila
(Gusto kong yumaman4x)
Nagaabroad sila

[Gloc-9]
Mabuti kung mabuti ang kinakahinatnan
Ang kapalaran ng lahat nang nakipagsapalaran
Kahit nag-aalangan para lang sa kapakanan
Ng mahal sa buhay ang sugal ay tatayaan
Nasanlaan lahat ng kanilang pag-aari
Mababawi din naman yan ang sabi pagnayari
Ang proseso ng papeles para makasakay na sa eroplano
O barko kahit saan man papunta.
Basta kumita ng dolyar na ipapalit sa piso
Ang isa ay katumbas ng isang dakot ng mamiso
Ganyan ba ang kapalit ng buhay ng Pilipino
Lilisanin ang pamilya aamo kahit na sino
Gugutumin sasaktan malalagay sa piligro
Uuwing nasa kahon ni wala man lang testigo
Darating kaya ang araw na itoy magiiba
Kung hindi ka sigurado mag-isip isip ka na
[Sheng Belmonte
Napakaraming kasambahay dito sa amin
Ngunit bakit tila walang natira
Napakaraming labandera dito sa amin
Ngunit bakit tila walang natira
Nagaabroad sila
(Gusto kong yumaman4x)
Nagaabroad sila
(Gusto kong yumaman4x)
Nagaabroad sila

[Gloc-9]
Subukan mong isipin kung gaano kabigat
Ang buhat ng maleta halos hindi mo na maangat
Ihahabilin ang anak para 'to sa kanila
Lalayo upang magalaga ng anak ng iba
Matapos lamang sa kolehiyo matutubos din ang relo
Bilhin mo na kung anong gustong laruan ni angelo
Matagal pa kontrato ko titiisin ko muna 'to
Basta ang mahalaga ito'y para sa pamilya ko
[Sheng Belmonte
Napakaraming guro dito sa amin
Ngunit bakit tila walang natira
Napakaraming nurse dito sa amin
Ngunit bakit tila walang natira
Nagaabroad sila
(Gusto kong yumaman4x)
Nagaabroad sila
(Gusto kong yumaman4x)
Napakaraming tama dito sa atin...
Ngunit bakit tila walang natira...



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    UnregisteredJul 10, 2012 at 10:35 am
    Whenever I listen to walang natira, the song really mean so much to me. For me, it's about those filipino workers who prepared working on abroad or other countries to have a better living and a higher salary. It looks like they think that those presidents didn't do anything for those workers or families that really need work and money for their better life. And the rap parts it's like telling things about the government that they really are not doing things that would make the philippines better. And in families, their son/s and/or daughter/s (or children) don't really know things about them because they are not with them when it's their birthday, or other occasions related to families. And for the last part, it was really bad. It's like there's no right in here now. It's like everything was wrong because of those governments who don't really do their jobs well.
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    UnregisteredJan 27, 2012 at 5:19 pm
    Why do people want money instead of their loved ones! For me, I like it better: no money but I have my whole family with me ♥~♥
    :)
    -marjorie.
    ?>sinasabi mo lang cguro yan ksi hindi mo pa cguro naranasan maghirap. Cguro mayaman ang pamilya nyo pinanganak kang mayaman. Kahit mabubuting pamilya nagmamahalan at magkakasama kung nagugutom naman at nangegelangan hindi maiwasan yung mga ganung bagay. Sa tingin mo masaya ka pa rin kung magkasama kayo ng pamilya mo na wala kayong pera? Ang pera ay pera nga pangit isipin kung ang tao ang naghahangad ng pera, pero sa praktikalan ang pera ay parang isang stub na para makuha mo ang mga bagay na kelangan sa araw2x. Tulad ng pagkain, sabon, pang gastos etc. Hindi mo pa rin msasabe yan kung naranasan mo maghirap.
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    UnregisteredSep 26, 2014 at 4:37 am
    The Philippines isn't a land of opportunity "anymore". Let's accept that fact. The fact our media and most companies prefer to invest time and money in a games, local shows, and short term business plans. It clearly shows that the current business mindset in our country is quick profit upon investment. Also with the corruptions and monopolization involved in even in the most simplest of transactions. Like job applications and opening businesses, it's almost totally impossible to get a job here in the Philippines or start a business without political strings or some sort of connection. I'm not even gonna mention the nepotism and dynasties. Anyway this song this is fairly accurate. Workers skilled or not are forced to go abroad due to the Philippines' superficial Godly requirements when it comes to jobs. And the fact the Philippines doesn't even provide Jobs at all and most companies that offer jobs are those Privatized companies that have ridiculously high requirements, how can the skilled undergraduate get a job? While in abroad. They're open to most ages as longs as you can do the job. Also they have less inflation and taxes are reformed to the extent that what you've earn is worth it. Unlike here. The Government is corrupt. The tax is ridiculous. You don't even see the result of the tax you pay. In the end. The ph will just become a shadow. Due to our system is shallow.
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    UnregisteredFeb 27, 2012 at 6:53 am
    Wala ganun ang buhay sadyang mahirap ang buhay sa pinas di mo din masisisi mga pilipino kung bakit sila umaalis ng bansa naten pano kahit maging kuba ka na sa trabaho ayy sus and sweldo kapiranggot. Tapos and laki ng tax eh san ba napupunta and tax na binabayaran sa letcheng kalsada ng di matapos tapos gawin. Kahit anong sipag mo dito wala ang kailangan dito swerte and back up ganun naman palakasan lang din. Kailan pa magbabago wala!
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    UnregisteredFeb 6, 2012 at 10:41 pm
    Wlang natira it means na walan ng ntirang manggawa d2 saa bansang silanganan dahil sa kawalan ng trabaho sa sarili ni2ng bansa kaya maghahanap n lng sila ng oppurtunidad sa ibang bayan para lng my ipang2s2s sa pag aara ng mga anak, pamilaya at lahat ng pangangailangan ng mag anak. Hal. Mahirap isipin na sarili mong anak ay di ka na kikilala dahil si papa o si tatay ang lagi mong kasama lging wala si mama sa 2wing kaarawan mo o kaya aydi kapa nkita dhl sangngol ka palang ay nag ibang bayan para lng sa future ng pag aaral mo. Sana wala ng ganit2 sa mundo mhirap talaga ng ipinanganak kng mahirap.

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