TAMBAK NANAMAN ANG PROBLEMA
PARA BANG ‘DI KO NA KAYA
SUNOD-SUNOD NA DUMARATING
SA LANGIT DUMARAING
GULONG-GULO ANG AKING ISIPAN
HINDI ALAM ANG PUPUNTAHAN
NAGHAHANAP NG ISANG KAIBIGAN
SA ISANG IGLAP IKA’Y DUMATING
ANG PRESENSYA MO’Y NAGNININGNING
HINAWAKAN ANG AKING KAMAY
AT ANG SABI MO SA’KIN
‘WAG KANG BIBITIW, KAPIT KA LANG
SA’KING KAMAY ‘DI KITA IIWANAN
‘WAG KANG BIBITIW, MANALIG KA LANG
‘DI KO HAHAYAANG MAWALAY KA SA’KIN/SA PILING KO
PANGINOON, KAY BUTI MO
SA BAWAT ARAW NG BUHAY KO
MAY SALA MAN ANG AKING PUSO
AKO’Y INIBIG MO
NAGLIWANAG ANG AKING BUHAY
NANG IKAW ANG MAGING GABAY
OH AMANG MAPAGMAHAL
DAKILA KANG TUNAY
SA KALUNGKUTAN KO AKO’Y INALIW
NG PAG-IBIG MONG ‘DI NAGMAMALIW
NANANAHAN LAGI SA PUSO KO
OH ANG SINABI MO
KAHIT BAGYO’Y DUMATING, ‘DI KAYANG TIBAGIN
MANANALIG PA RIN SA SINABI MONG…
OH PANGINOON, ‘YAN ANG PANGAKO MO
KAKAPIT AKO SA ’YO
From the catchy gospel tune “Kislap” to gospel-pop track “Wag Kang Bibitiw,” Oliver Narag has always been reaching out to God with his music.
Inspired by an answered prayer, the gospel hymn “Wag Kang Bibitiw” is a gospel track that tells about trusting God’s promises in trying times.
Written three years ago, the song was penned at a difficult time — during the ill health of his two-year-old premature son named Sky.
Back then, he struggled to write its chorus and bridge. And then after a time, he eventually made it while echoing his unwavering faith. The song captures the composer’s shift from fast beat to a more emotional tone and content of his songwriting.
In his another songwriting milestone, Narag revived some of his musical memories for being one of the grand finalists in ASOP Year 3.
Singer-songwriter Jessa Mae Gabon, who also performed “Kislap”, is set to render her take on the gospel song.