“Does it ever happen to you? Where someone might ask you what is wrong and you can’t do anything but lie not because you want to but because you have to. You don’t actually know what is wrong. You can’t put your finger on it and it hurts to think that people care, and want to help but they can’t.”—Unknown (via arianesantos) (via thesweetestsinn)
I am pissed off right now. Ortega can’t bring 1AD2 down. Hindi kami madidisolve. NEVER. Kung kailan masaya na ang klase, wala ng awkwardness masyado at kung kailan close na kami, sisirain niya na lang ng ganon ganon lang.
OO NA TATAHIMIK NA KAMI, okay? Chill ka lang kasi. Please lang. Panira ng araw eh. :))
“We started this year together and we’ll end it that way” - Dai. Damn right. ILOVEYOU 1AD2. :3
In an interview by Myra Chan-Cruz ‘72 with Mrs. Gonzalez, she tells the story about the birth of the song…”She also recounted how Mother Edmunde commanded her to compose lyrics for a college song. Two weeks passed and she had not yet complied with the request, so Mother Edmunde put Mrs. Gonzalez in a room with a glass of milk and a plate of cookies and locked the door. After two hours, Mother Edmunde came back and rather triumphantly got the song and set her free. Several days later the words were set to music by Angeles Rodriguez-Lopez.”
Mrs. Gonzalez graduated from STC Manila high school in 1931 and college in 1934 from STC Manila.
Two years now since I met you, And I just can’t forget about you. You don’t know what you do to me, Oh you don’t know what you’re doing to me. And baby I’m not lost, I’m just a little confused on what to do. And it’s all on me, Oh it’s not you why can’t you see? Do you ever feel, do you ever feel, do you ever feel, do you ever feel?
Oh I’ve been changing, You’re still waiting on me. I’ll never let go. (Never let go, never let go) She said, “You’ll never grow up.”