Monday, August 3, 2009

Tie a yellow ribbon (A Cory Aquino tribute)

Finally, a local version of the anthemic song Tie a Yellow Ribbon, revived and revised by DJ Mod in honor of Corazon Aquino. It may be remembered that the song became the theme song of Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino upon his return to the Philippines (then under dictator Ferdinand Marcos) after his exile in the US. Here's a very nice version in honor of the deceased Mother of Philippine Democracy.

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