“Ngayong Wala Ka Na” by Aiza Seguerra

I first heard this song from the movie, Kimmy Dora. Strange to find an emotive song in the OST of a Filipino comedy movie, but that’s just the way it is. Yep, aside from the hilarious Eugene Domingo antics, there is also a tear-jerker scene towards the end.

Back to the song. Obviously, it’s about a beloved who’s gone—who’s not coming back anymore—and realizing too late that that beloved meant so much. Not exactly emo, just something along the lines, “I love you came too late.”

The main reason I liked this song is, aside from the heart-wrenching lyrics, it’s accentuated by Aiza Seguerra’s soothing voice. The expression for whatever song is very evident in her voice and in here, it swells the heart.

If you can’t discern the lyrics in the video, here they are:

Ngayong Wala Ka Na
Aiza Seguerra
Song from the movie, Kimmy Dora

Ikaw ang tanging kasama
Sa hirap at ginhawa
Hindi ka lumayo
Kahit iniwan kita

Ikaw ang parating naniniwala na
Kaya ko ang lahat
Ba’t di ko nasabing, “Salamat!”
Noong nandiyan ka pa

Ngayong wala ka na
Saka ko nakita ang pagmamahal mo na totoo
Ngayong wala ka na
May pagsisisi na di ko nasabi sa’yo
Ang “Mahal kita”
Mahal kita

Gusto kong malaman mo
Sana naririnig mo
Kung maibabalik ko lang
Di na aalis pa sa tabi mo

Ikaw ang parating naniniwala na
Kaya ko ang lahat
Ba’t di ko nasabing, “Salamat!”
Noong nandiyan ka pa

Ngayong wala ka na
Saka ko nakita ang pagmamahal mo na totoo
Ngayong wala ka na
May pagsisisi na di ko nasabi sa’yo
Ang “Mahal kita”
Mahal kita

Mahal kita

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Budding YouTuber / vlogger, occasional blogger, aspiring multimedia artist.

9 thoughts on ““Ngayong Wala Ka Na” by Aiza Seguerra”

  1. i rili like the sonq.. ..kktpos lnq nq kimi dora.. ..buti di aqad ako umalisz nq hauz hehe..kea un nriniq kuh…at nisearch ku haha…den nbosesan ko nmn na c aiza un kea its not hard for me to find the sonq….i was left by someone kc kea nkrelate aqad ako zsa xonq…qanda..lab it…

    1. Hey Yramjin!

      I think that sequence where Kimmy is reminiscing her childhood with Dora and when she apologizes to her while this song was playing in the background is touching. Truly a tearjerker.

      Cheers!

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