But not as a seafarer, but a sex pervert ( sexpert?)
They claim this song Sisid Marino is a semi love song. The song reminds those people who are working on the high seas and missed their loved ones. But unknowingly, this semi-innocent song is clad with sexist words.
Inikkatko ti pagan-anay agraman bra, ken panty
Simmakay isuna iti rakit nga intugotmi
Idi kuan makalagip bimmatok a nagpababa
Anian a nagmayat ti ar-aramidenna
Idi kuan lumung-aw angesna’t agpugsatpugsat
Kinunak kenkuana, “oh darling naglaingka.”
Sisid marino, naglaing daytoy nobiok
Iyunana iti ngato kalpasanna agpangato
Naglaing nga aglangoy eksperto daytoy boyfriendko
Diakon isuksukat ni sisid marino
Sumaruno a rabii inulitmi nagnight swimming
Imuna a nagpakleb kalpasanna nagdata met lang
Pinasikatak met isuna naglugannak iti rakit
Kasla helikopter iti innak inaramid
This song is a favorite of many households. The airing is unhampered because the old and the young love to hear. But they don’t know that this is causing an emotional malaise among the young, their children. It is sickening to know how harsh realities affect their very lives. Does this song prove that mariners have many wives?
One of the most hated songs that directly insults the ego of women. The words are terribly agonizing. This emboldens attempt of the curious individuals, especially the happy go lucky ones to commit unresponsible acts.
For the neophytes, this song seems a very cheerful one. But as they go deeper into giving meanings to words, a feeling of disappointment and frustration will surely cloud their whole being.
This could be a laughing stuff among ourselves, making ourselves a victim of vicious repetition of indecent words.
MANOKKO A WALAY
Adda manokko a kawitan…
Anian a garitna ken dang-as
Ket ugalina agkamatkamat
Kadagiti upa a tumayaktak
With these lines alone, descriptions are adequate to show culpability. Men, by nature are bent on showing their masculine attributes even at the expense of the others. Women are belittled; they fall prey to the ever powerful “manador.”
No ti buanggerna ken taraki
Kaay-ayo pay sabali a puli
Ta no isu’t mapan makipolis
Uray la ulona kumamkamatis
Another show of color. Men are fond of boasting their catch. Even they suffer from karma.
Ngem no itan no matayen toy manokko
Kankanayon payen nga agmamayo
Di payen makaapon iti nangato
Tumaraok ti dinan masango
It’s not happy parting song, after all. The very payment of mischievousness and aggression.
A kiss mark is a symbol of token; of possession; and experience.
But the song explicitly suggests cheap type of relationship. That necking is an approved sign of loyalty and love. But after that stage, petting follows and you know where it ends.
Who says then that kiss mark is a pure expression of love?
This song is obviously for gays or homosexual people. The lyrics are a manifestation of gay lingo that are offensive to modesty.
Sinnubo nga agpatnag
Sepsep-ang dimmungpar ti tultulang
Ol akis lalas a malafang
Uray was akis iti ganda
Basta mairis ken madasmang
Lafanglafang ti hilig ko
Dadakila kada matabo
Fornication is a taboo in a civilized society but herein, they devilishly hide the truth. They disguise the words to let it appear it’s normal. But sad to say, the bottom line lies in the act of barbarity of many of their heteroforce.
The way we see it now, gays are becoming wild and unrespectable in the eye of the crowd. We are not trying to offend the homosexuals, but we think if they want to gain some respect, they should respect their selves first and act proper and adequate in front of people despite of being different among others.
In the eyes of the child, these things become acceptable…
(To be concluded)