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The Filippino situation was not a local occurrence; it was an international issue similar to the Olympic Games. I am very happy I took part in this game of life.
Click the link to view the article about Yoyoy Villame and Mr. Goudas during Christmas 2013. A tribute for his endless efforts in education through music.
Villame wrote "Philippine Geography", which lists 77 major islands, provinces, cities, municipalities, and towns in the Philippines from north to south. He also established a love team with "Barok Labs Dabiana" and celebrated his fisherman father with "Piyesta ng Mga Isda". His song "Take It, Take It" ("Pasko ng Fiasco") took potshots at the Manila Film Festival scam in the 1990s.
He made more than 25 albums and won several sales awards, among them double platinum for his album Tirana My Dear and platinum for McArthur and Dagohoy in 1991. He also won Best Novelty Award for "Piyesta ng mga Isda" at the 1993 Awit Awards. His long list of hits and his entertaining style of music earned him the title of 'King of Philippine Novelty Songs'.
Villame began making a film in the early 1970s with the help of Chiquito. His first on-screen appearance was in Isla Limasawa, where "Magellan" was used as the theme song.
In 2004, he played a Visayan troubadour in the critically acclaimed film, Babae sa Breakwater ("Woman of the Breakwater"). In doing over 50 films, Villame is most noted for his role in the 1974 suspense thriller Biktima. His song "My Country, My Philippines" was played in the opening scene of the film Ang Pagdadalaga ni Maximo Oliveros, while his songs landed in the soundtrack for the film Pepot Artista.
He moved to Las Piñas City, where he became a city councilor for ten years. He then ran for vice-mayor in 1995 but lost.
Philippines History (Yoyoy Villame - Magellan Lyrics)
Yoyoy Villame - Magellan
This is Released Song from Yoyoy Villame. From the Album "The Best Of Yoyoy Villame Part 2".
Yoyoy Villame - A B C and the Music
Children are you ready now To sing your ABC Sing it so loudly and pronounce it well to me How many letters Twenty six, five out ten twenty-one consonants Alright ready go One two ready sing A Is available B Is beautiful C Is careful D is durable E Is edible Now is the first letter A, B, C, D, E Now you must continue to complete the ABC F is faithful G is greatful H is helpful I is idol J is Joyful That's the other five letters F, G, H, I, J So you know to sing alphabetically K is kindly L is lovely M is memory N is novelty O is oldy P is pantry Q is quality R is reality S is security T is Trinity So you now seen the alphabet from A to Letter T so now you much finish complete to xyz U is utility V is validity W is weekly X is xray Y is yesterday Z is Use as sing as song Manila zoo sa harisson A, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, I, j, k, l, m, N, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y, z Abakada abakada e Ga-ha-la-ma-na-i I-pa-ra-ma-na-nga-o Pa-ra-sa-ta-u-wa-ya A E I O U Ba be bi bo bu Ma me mi mo mu May memi sa may buno Da de di do du May didi sa may dodo Mi do do so sol fi pa Re ti ti so sol pa mi A-ba-ka-da Ti do re ti do Now children let sing the sound of music Are you ready? Yes sir Are you ready to die? Yes all Our lucky Do re mi fa so la ti do Do ti la so fa mi re do Do, do not forget your homework Re, remember your contribution Mi, baon kang tatlong piso Fa, pang miyerda mo dito So, sorbetes at puto La, lagpak ang grado nyo Ti, tigas ng ulo nyo Do, dudurugin ko ang utak nyo Mag study kang mabuti ng gumanda ang grado nyo Ole.
"Do-Re-Mi" - THE SOUND OF MUSIC (1965)
CLICK FOR THE STORY to view the article about Yoyoy Villame and Mr. Goudas during Christmas 2013. A tribute for his endless efforts in education through music
Christmas day, Dec 25, 2013, found him in his office with Jannet Benigno overseeing the many support efforts and the most recent food donations to the Philippines.
The total number of requests escalates on a yearly basis. Despite this, he still does the best he can under the circumstances and donates as much as possible.
Apparently, when he had finally finished his mission at the food banks, late on Christmas day he came across Yoyoy Villame…whose music lifted Mr. Goudas’ spirit.
While watching the video you will notice Mr. Goudas saying, “I just came back”.
He has just come back, but, not from a vacation.
He was “away” making sure that all his outreach efforts for the holidays were going smoothly. What outreach efforts you ask?
You can see Mr. Goudas in the film. He looks very calm amidst everything and intrigued by the creativity of YoYoy Villame’s composition.
He seems very happy, light-hearted and worry-free although he has many issues to deal with on a daily basis.
On behalf of all of us at Goudas organization in Canada and abroad, we wish him a Merry Christmas. May God maintain his health and strength as he continues to help not only us but provides for others in need.
There are no words in this word to describe this.
I believe for this reason Mr. Peter Spyros Goudas will forever be blessed.
He has put a lot of effort into this project and has expressed a desire to complete his mission before he closes his eyes permanently.
This article was recorded by Bernadette Scott
While viewing several of the event's pictures, we noticed that there were no signs indicating or stating Mr. Goudas Spyros Peter Goudas as the food donor.
We asked him, how homeless people knew that he is responsible for their meals.
Mr. Spyros Peter Goudas answered, " People don't have to know that, only God Knows".
This article was recorded by Mickel Allen