1. Lanao Governor
2. Lanao Congressman
3. MSU President
4. Lanao del norte Governor
5. Lanao del norte Congressman
6. Lanao del sur Governor
7. Lanao del sur Congressman
8. Lanao del sur 2nd district Graduated Congressman
9. Sultan of royale House of Masiu

sii makapoon a bangsa ko Moriatao CANDIA sa Binidayan ago Moriatao MARUHOM sa Binidaya kalalangkap o telo a Maruhom a so AMPASO, SAYAWA, PONDAG, poon pen a bangsa ko Moriatao Diwan sa Bayang ago so Amerol sa Wato ago so pat a Datu sa Raya sa wato isaon so  Maruhombsar, Ago so Maupaat sebo sa Poona Bayabao aya mala na so Maruhom Rahmatula ago Maruhom Jalaloden sa Masiu.


1. Sult. Mohamad Ali Dimaporo
2. Sult. Naga Dimaporo
3. Speaker pro. Macacuna Dimaporo
4. Dir. Monib Dimaporo
5. Minangoao Dimaporo (potri Maamor sa Binidayan)
6. Bai Osinta Dimaporo (karoma i ALim Sanggoyod)

1. Bai Lala Dimakuta Dimaporo
2. Bai Bilianti
3. H. Muslima Maruhom Dimaporo
4. Bai Diamalia

1. ABDULAH D. DIMAPORO (Governor lanao del norte)
2. H. Raihana (Bai Sittie)
3. Camar D. Dimaporo
4. Marcos D. Dimaporo
5. Hatta D. Dimaporo
6. Apipa D. Maruhombsar
7. Bai Zoraida
8. Bai Ocora Dimaporo
9. Soharto


A scion of many principalities in Lanao, Mohamad Ali Dimaporo was born on June 15, 1918 in the Sultanate of Binidayan to Sultan Dimaporo and Bai Potre Maamor Borngao, a royal couple variably descended from founding Ancestor Balindong and Ancestor Maruhom.
Starting in 1928, Ali as he is lovingly called, went through grade schools in Binidayan, Camp Keithley, and Ganassi. He attended secondary education in Lumbatan, but completed the course it the Lanao High School in Dansalan (Marawi City) in 1938.
He finished the pre-Law course at the University of the Philippines, but while pursuing regular law at UP. and later at Far Eastern University, World War II spread to the Philippines in 1941 which sent him to the battlefield as an ROTC reserved officer.
With the rank. Lieutenant, he was assigned to the defense command of USAFFEE Brig. Gen. Guy 0. Fort which fiercely resisted  the Japanese invasion of the L,anao Military Sector in 1942 before the surrender.
Along with other Maranao officers and volunteer sultans and datus, Dimaporo helped General Fort organize the Bolo Battalion which became the first nucleus of the Mindanao Guerrilla Movement (l942-1945) that resisted the dark days of Japanese Occupation before. Gen. Douglas Macarthur returned for the liberation of the Philippines. Dimaporo directly commanded a guerrilla unit which annihilated a struggling Japanese garrison at Fort Corcuera in Malabang in 1945.
In 1949, ex-Army Officer Dimaporo was elected Congressman of the then undivided Lanao. After the division of the province, he was twice elected Governor of Lanao del Norte in 1959 and 1963, respectively. In 1969, he left the governorship and was elected Congressman of the same province.
During the inception of Martial Law, he left the public service to manage his private business enterprises. But in 1976, he was appointed Governor of Lanao del Sur and, later, concurrently a member of the Mindanao State University Board of Regents. While maintaining the governorship, he held concurrently the posts of Officer-in-Charge (now Acting President) of the State University and Chairman of the defunct Provisional Government of Southern Philippines.
During the 1980 elections he was regularly elected-as Governor of Lanao del Sur. At this height of the national government’s trust in his leadership, he is concurrently Acting President of MSU and a member of the National Executive Committee—all positions of great responsibilities and honor
During the 1986 elections he was regularly elected Congressman of Lanao del sur II and completely finished his three consecutive term. Ali Dimaporo was died on 2003…..
Based on the account of Governor Dimaporo’s boyhood classmate, Dr. Mamitua Saber, retold by Atty. Guiing Mamondiong, Provincial Board Member.



COTABATO CITY,  April 22, 2004 (STAR) By John Unson — Veteran Muslim politician Mohammad Ali Dimaporo died of old age at the Philippine Heart Center in Quezon City at dawn yesterday.

Muslim communities across Mindanao, where Dimaporo was one of the most feared warlords, mourned his death.

Because he had no birth certificate, Dimaporo was estimated to be in his mid-90s.

The Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) will observe a week-long mourning period to give "courtesy, respect and recognition" to Dimaporo.

"He may be gone but his works and sacrifices for the Maranao people and Muslims in other parts of the ARMM will be remembered as a legacy," Gov. Parouk Hussin said in a statement.

After fighting the Japanese as a guerrilla leader during World War II, Dimaporo emerged as one of Mindanao’s most powerful politicians.

He became a provincial governor, congressman, university president and ally of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos.

According to G. Carter Bentley, a specialist in Marawi politics, the "three G’s of Philippine politics, guns, goons and gold, swirl around him with manic abandon."

"In many ways, he is an anomaly. He is a Muslim who reached the highest levels of power within the Philippine government while the Muslim minority and that government were at war," Bentley wrote in "An Anarchy of Families," a book on the Philippines’ political dynasties.

"He is a man of relatively modest origins who attained an extremely high position among the Maranao hereditary nobility. Many find him outrageous, even laughable, but he commands respect because, in the desperately competitive world of Maranao (and of Philippine) politics, he wins. His was a political dynasty only one generation deep, but he is already laying the groundwork to extend it into the future."

Dimaporo’s remains will be brought back today for burial in his hometown of Binidayan, Lanao del Sur via the Cagayan de Oro airport. On hand will be his family and close relatives led by his son Rep. Abdullah Dimaporo of the second district of Lanao del Norte and wife, Gov. Imelda Dimaporo, and cousin Motalib Dimaporo, mayor of Sultan Naga Dimaporo town.

The more than 500-vehicle convoy will escort the remains to his hometown where the body will be buried before sunset today in accordance with Muslim tradition.

The eldest of eight children, Dimaporo was born on June 15, 1918, to Datu Dimaporo Marahom and Potri-Maamor Borngao Marahom in Binidayan, a small town south of Lake Lanao in Lanao del Sur. His father was the sultan of Binidayan but the title later went to a cousin.

But it was Dimaporo’s grandparents who largely raised him.

After graduating from high school in Dansalan in 1938, he took up law at the University of the Philippines. During his second year there, a star student was arrested for murder while preparing for the Bar.

That student’s impassioned defense before the Supreme Court that led to his acquittal captured the imagination of the nation and his fellow law students, including Dimaporo.

That student was Ferdinand Marcos, of whom Dimaporo would later become a staunch political ally.

World War II broke out and Dimaporo was drafted into the Philippine Army. After the surrender of US forces in the Philippines, Dimaporo was interned in May 1942 in a prisoner-of-war camp.

He was released in July after promising the Japanese occupiers that he would help pacify the Maranao populace. While Dimaporo helped in the pacification, he secretly aided guerrillas, providing weapons and supplies.

In June 1944 — four months before US forces landed in Leyte — Dimaporo led a guerrilla force and openly resisted the Japanese in a war of hit-and-run until US troops arrived in the province in 1945. By then, the whole place was in guerrilla hands.

Dimaporo entered the political arena after World War II. "Wartime service in the resistance helped further many political careers in the postwar period," Bentley wrote.

Following Philippine independence in 1946, Dimaporo was part of the wave of Muslims being brought into the electoral process for the first time when national party leaders were seeking prospective Muslim candidates.

Dimaporo joined the Liberal Party and was elected congressman, representing Lanao, which was then a single province.

In 1953, Dimaporo ran for re-election but lost. He claimed that the military in the province — which was loyal to then defense secretary Ramon Magsaysay, the Nacionalista Party’s presidential candidate — interfered in the polls.

Dimaporo protested the election results and was later declared winner by the House Electoral Tribunal — but with only six months left in his term.

In 1957, he lost again and Dimaporo retired to his farms in Karomatan, intending to make money by growing cassava.

But the political landscape changed dramatically in 1959 when the province was divided into predominantly Muslim Lanao del Sur and predominantly Christian Lanao del Norte.

In the local elections that year, Dimaporo ran for governor of Lanao del Norte under the LP banner but he was not expected to win.

Dimaporo had several factors going against him.

He was up against the province’s powerful Lluch clan. "Only two of the 19 municipal mayors endorsed him. He lacked the degree of descent rank that would have solidified a Maranao following, and he was not politically wealthy," Bentley wrote.

Dimaporo said he decided not to run in Lanao del Sur because that meant going up against the Alonto-Lucman clan, which had "complete political hegemony" there.

However, the Lluch clan had made many important enemies including a few powerful families, with whom Dimaporo drew support. He won by a mere 275 votes.

"In this and subsequent elections, Dimaporo displayed his acumen as a political organizer, his almost uncanny ability to turn an apparent weak position into a winning one," according to Bentley. Loyalist

Dimaporo ran for Congress in the 1965 general elections, still with the LP. It was the year he would seal his ties with Ferdinand Marcos.

Being a loyal party member, he supported the incumbent President Diosdado Macapagal, President Arroyo’s father.

But he actually wanted Marcos, who had jumped ship and joined the Nacionalista Party, to win.

During Marcos’ visit to Iligan City, Dimaporo’s wife went into labor and Marcos went with him to the hospital, and Dimaporo named his son Ferdinand Marcos Dimaporo.

He earned Marcos’ favor later by reportedly refusing petitions from LP emissaries to rig the vote and make it appear that Macapagal won overwhelmingly in the province. Marcos won by a sizable margin as a result.

In 1966, Dimaporo solidified his ties with Marcos when news broke that military officers had liquidated several dozen Muslim recruits into a secret army unit.

The so-called "Jabidah Massacre" galvanized Muslim opposition against the government but Dimaporo — almost alone among Muslim leaders — stood by Marcos.

"In this crisis, Dimaporo’s willingness to subordinate his Muslim identity to personal and party loyalty earned him Marcos’s gratitude," Bentley wrote.

In 1969, Dimaporo was re-elected. By then, the hotly contested polls unveiled signs of sectarian violence in the Lanao provinces, with rival politicians, including Dimaporo, maintaining private armies.

Dimaporo reportedly kept a 300-strong force, nicknamed the "Barracudas." Malacaٌang was alarmed because the violence could ignite a sectarian war engulfing Mindanao.

In 1976, the height of martial law, Marcos appointed Dimaporo provincial governor of Lanao del Sur, giving him what he could not win in elections.

A few months later he was made president of Mindanao State University, whose budget was bloated and money went allegedly to his pockets. Dimaporo left MSU in 1986 after the fall of the Marcos dictatorship and was replaced as governor by the new Corazon Aquino administration.

Despite his warlord image, Dimaporo "seemed to have come through the trauma of Marcos’s fall remarkably unscathed," Bentley said.

"According to Maranao standards, his behavior tends to be coarse, more typical of a commoner than of the aristocrat he claims to be," Bentley wrote. "But he has repeatedly shown a subtlety in political maneuvering unmatched in the fiercely competitive arena of Maranao politics."

The last comments on this page:
Comment posted by Jahairah Candia alimona, 10/18/2017 at 9:40am (UTC):
I hope to meet you all my relatives I've been in binidayan when uncle Jimmy died

Comment posted by Anonymous, 06/02/2017 at 5:04pm (UTC):
May nakilala aqong isang babaeng Muslim sbi nia anak DW xa ng sikat na c Ali Dimaporo..nagttaka lng aqo kung anak nga tlga xa ng sikat at maimpluwensyang tao bakit xa nagtyatyagang mamuhay sa isang upahan na bahay,,

Comment posted by Aji Garbanzos, 08/31/2016 at 11:36am (UTC):
Salam a very informative website

Comment posted by rasul c.palo , 08/21/2016 at 12:41am (UTC):
ako ay pangkin ni datu sa maguindanao asi katampoan anak ni ampido taga watu balindong ,lanao del sur , at saka anak ako ni haji sarip ampido at dati ang tunay na pangalan ng tatayko ay asi batuan kapatid ni katapoan at at si lacongan ampido at iyng kapatid nila na babae nasi makatimbang ampido

Comment posted by Lito Medina, 12/16/2015 at 8:01am (UTC):
Datu Ontay,
Any role of "Ali" in Jabidah-situation?

Comment posted by Amir Al-Hassan Bin-Taha B. Dimacuta, 03/30/2015 at 7:29am (UTC):

Comment posted by waffi mangotara, 08/31/2012 at 7:59am (UTC):
muzta na mga lolot

Comment posted by:06/17/2012 at 11:35am (UTC)

As what i've heared to my Grand mother was these 4 Brothers and 2 Sisters descendants are the persons who have the rights to claim the Sultan sa Ramain and Bae a Labi sa Ramain. 1.) DATU MANGANDOG (one of his descendants is Pangadapun family) , 2.) DATU AMAI DITSA-AN (one of his descendants are Alonto & Aloz), 3.) DATU AMAI LUMA (on of his descendants is Manggo family) 4.) AMAI SANGKAD (his descendants is Manua family) and their sisters are BAE MATINTIM the Ali Dimaporo's great grand mother and UGOTAN Bae a Labi Maniram's of Balo-i's Great grand mother : FROM SHAKBA KINGS

Comment posted by KURDAPYA, 02/08/2012 at 6:10am (UTC):
Mikadakul ko Ranao so Bukalag a montiya na mindakul ko Iranon so manicam a dabo a sigay niyan, na paratiyaa kano sa odi makambalawag so datumanong ko ranao na pantar so pata alam,

Comment posted by Hassan Marangit H.Ismael, 11/20/2011 at 8:55am (UTC):
Pahabol Lang ito...Pananaroon koron mambo ini ko langon a o Phakabatia sii sa web site ini.. So palao ko marandang na pendayaon so sanang ka ikhokhopor akenden i di maalang karido i simalao a pikhandak ka opama ka pagayaon so artawang gonawan ago so goligay pandi na isigay a bansa o mga rasheed a alim. from Hassan HajiIsmael of Marantao-Wato

Comment posted by Abdul Mujib Mutia Macapaar, 10/18/2011 at 5:28am (UTC):
Hon. Abdullah D. Dimaporo, gave the peace and development among muslim and cristian in Lanao Del Norte.

Thank you for the Children of Late Hon. Mohammad Ali B. Dimaporo.

Posted from Riyadh, KSA.

Comment posted by smastertech, 12/30/2010 at 7:42pm (UTC):
masha allah!

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Song by Jasab 06 BWB family

Please stop votes buying, stop selling your vote!

Kapudiin ka ginawangka, kapudiin ka so madakul a tao, kapudiin ka so ingud ka, itarug so kapapasa sa boto.
KULINTANG A KAPRNDAGAN, Played by Datu Ontay during the event of Lumbatan International Association, March 1. 2019, KAP'RNDAGAN TUNE, giya e kakolintang a kaprundagan, kapangoba sabap ko sakit sa ginawa ago rata a ginawa. Maranao Kulingtang is music of Happiness, it describes the music of Iranaon soul.

Our purpose of doing this task is to strengthening the bangsa moro nation. To fulfill our forefather dreams of having a meaningful bangsa moro identity in our mother land, to make our fellow Muslim understand the importance of having solidarity and closeness among us, to avoid discrimination and minimize feudal clan among us, so that we are nation with a purpose

Manga bangsa mi ko pat a adel a gaus ko Ranao, ago sa pragatan a tunday a pagilidan. Aya kiataonga mi sa darpa aya na ogop ago panagontaman sa kapakamoayan o andang a di kanggiginawai o manga lokes tano, na obaon misabap a mapakarayag iyan so miakalogao a di kanggiginawai, na mapakarani nian so miakawatan a katotonganaya,

Aya kiapamagosaya mi saya ko manga gogodan na ipagogop ko thatanggisa sa kakunala nian ko madaseg iyan a miapakawatan o politika, na aya mala na makaogop sa kapakaito o rido ko orian o katokawi ko kaiisa isa o manga apoapoan tano na mikasoy so munang a inagao o manga sarowang a tao,

Giyangkai a kapamagosaya saya ko kaiisa isa o bangsa na aya hadap saya na ipagogop ko kakunala sa so manga muslim sa Pilimpinas na isa a paka poonian, banian magakot so kaiisa isa o bangsa sa kipamayandegen ko kabnar o bangsa tano, na aya mala na mapamola rektano so babaya tano ko ped tano, ka pitharo o Nabi Mohammad S.A.W. a diden maka paratiyaya so pithanggisa rekano taman sa dinian ikababaya ko pagarinian so lagid o ipukababaya iyan sa ginawa nian.

PATOT A KAMBANTAI SAYA isaini a pamagogopaan o manga datu tanu sa Marawi sa ditanto kitabolog o manga simukut sa City a Marawi

This website is owned by Datu Ontay M. Abdulmadid and his home town Marogong Lanao del sur, and dedicated to all people of Unayan, and it is now consider as Iranaon (Mranao) royal website, most articles made in this website is originally from the research and ideas of our webmasters, Saad, Alex and Datu Ontay, some articles are submitted to us by a friends. We never copied other website articles without asking permission to the site owner, and we stated the source of our articles for the legitimacy of our articles.

All materials contained in this website are the subject of copyright. Many items and articles are in use under license, therefore, on no account may copies be made of text, photographs, Graphics, or any other materials, without the express written consent of the site owner,

If you wish to copy any items from this site, please be kind enough to e-mail the site owner at the address given above. Please also note that by entering any further pages of this site, you are undertaking to abide by these conditions.Thank you for your co-operation and consideration.





The Sarimanok is a legendary bird of the Maranao people who originate from Mindanao, a major island in the Philippines. It comes from the words "sari" and "manok." "Sari" means cloth or garment, which is generally of assorted colors.  Manòk is a Philippine word for chicken.

It is the legendary bird that has become a ubiquitous symbol of Maranao art. It is depicted as a fowl with colorful wings and feathered tail, holding a fish on its beak or talons. The head is profusely decorated with scroll, leaf, and spiral motifs. It is said to be a symbol of good fortune

The Sarimanok is derived from a totem bird of the Maranao people, called Itotoro. According to the Maranao people, the Itotoro is a medium to the spirit world via its unseen twin spirit bird called Inikadowa.

The Sarimanok is also believed to have originated from an Islamic legend. According to the legend, Muhammad found a rooster in the first of the seven heavens. The bird was so large its crest touched the second heaven. Its crow roused every living creature except man. Judgement day would come once this celestial rooster ceased to crow

A Maranao legend also says of a Sultan's daughter being swept by a colorful rooster that became a handsome young man and they were never seen ever again. The Sultan then created replicas of the bird to remember his daughter by




Madait a kapumbantoe tano ko manga ONOR sa Ranao na ipangorao ami rukano si Potre Monalindao a bangsatano sa Ranao kaisa sukaniyan a mitiardi na mimbilingatao ko kapusumpada ko dadabitan o Iranaon na mananagontaman ko gii kisariat'n ko dikakulas o paparangayan o Mranao (We recommend Potre Monalindao for any traditional occasions in Ranao and for royal gathering)   



Iranaon’s Pride

Iranaons/Maranao are well-known for the aspects of Culture and arts, they gained more prominence in the field of martial arts when the MSU Karate Club successfully garnered three gold Medals and one silver in the 1994 first Philippine National Games – the first time Iranaon/Maranao gained these elusive awards in sports, and up to the present time the club still gaining good records.

In the name of Sport and Martial Arts, Iranaons/Maranao exceed on it and became more and more prominences when the young prince of Marawi in the good name of Datu Revie Saber Sani (son of Sultan Duma S. Sani and grandson of late Mamitua Saber, Radiamuda sa Marawi) won Champion in the international karate competitions like the 2003 8th karate games of the Adriatic in Italy, 2003 8th Czech open karate championship in Czech Republic, 2005 Asian Karate championship in Hong-Kong, China and the 23rd South East Asian Games (SEAGAMES). Datu Revie S. Sani is the first Iranaon/Maranao became member of Republic of the Philippine Team (RP-TEAM) for International Competition in the field of Karatedo, and present President of FIMAA Jeddah Saudi Arabia. The Iranaons/Maranao. would someday proven champion in the prestigious of the Olympics as my father’s longstanding dream, Datu Revie said in his Interview.

Pamakot Ka Sa Masa Emanto

A Song of a Moro Artist

The King of Moro Song Datu Komeni Bansuan lunched his new album with the new song “Pamakot Ka”. It could really encourage and inspire each individual who would listen and internalize its deep meaning. Some of its line go this way “ My friend, pamakot ka, know yourself. Pamakot ka while you are young. Know what is happening in this world and think of what you can do. Pamakot ka while still you are healthy and strong. Face your future, don't ever think you cannot make for God has given you all. Isn’t he right in saying this so?

At this point of time, in this era of globalization wherein we can’t describe the kind of life we have. Life expansion decreases due to many illnesses and diseases. It becomes unpredictable when we can’t do anything but to face life as it is. Competitiveness among nations, tribes and even religion brings deep impact to our lives. Thousand of people lost their lives because of such conflict. Survival for poverty really a prime problem of human being. Million of people died because of have nothing to eat.

Now, is Komeni right of giving us a signal to move ahead and to strive hard inorder to survive from this vulnerable world? This is not advertising Komeni but it somehow gives us the lesson to be vigilant of our life.

Connect this message to our own distinctions and undertakings as individuals. As teachers for example, pamakotinka, value your responsibility of molding and teaching the young generation because perhaps time maybe too late for you to do it and you might regret after all. Do this while you are still in the position, while you are strong and while you have all the opportunities of doing it all.

The last line of Komeni’s song says “ Now is the time to reflect on. Ponder on and move fast”. This is just a mere song of an ordinary moro artist but let us not forget great move and action start from an ordinary and simple plan.


Just recently, the global sultanates summit was successfully done. Alhamdulillah, we thanks Allah for the success of the event, everything went smoothly with global summit in Mindanao on 10th and 11th December, 2010, HRH princess Aizian Utto Camsa said in Facebook.

The said summit was attended by the prominent royal Sultans and royal families around the globe, Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, Philippines and other well-known countries. The theme of the summit “THE CULTURAL PARACTICES EMBODIED IN THE UNIVERSAL DECLAIRATION OF HUMAN RIGHT, TREATIES AND CONVIENTION”

The convener of the that summit was the royal sultanate of Raja Buayaan Darussalam and the united sultanates of Baguinged Tawlan Darussalam, the event was hold in royal palace hotel in General Santos city, Philippine


In the name of ARTS and LITERATURE, Meranaos exceed on these. They have the Bayok and Darangen that until now are never been break their record in the entire country. The beautiful dances like Singkil, Fan Dance and Kapamalong malong are still have big contribution in Philippine culture. Every single matter of Meranao’s life has its meaning and properly guided with Taritib and Igma.

Putri Erlynda is a symbol of undying Mranao songs, she poses and Talented in traditional folk song, support her and the other Mranao Talents

........WEEKLY SONG LYRICS........

By AKIE Band
Ipoon ko
kiapakang-ginawae ta
sukabo e sii sa pikir akun
sabap ko olaolangka a mapia
dikodun kalipatan
Di akun kagaga
Obaka rakun mada
Di akundun kaparo
Di akun Ska mailay
Ko gagawi-i dao-ndao
Ska e mapipikir
Dadun a lawanuka
Dadun a rimbangka
Na obangka kalipati
So kiapakang-garing ta
Di akundun kagaga
Obakongka ribona
Apia andaka mariribon
Pulolobaan akun ska
Apia andaka pagagao
Na magagao akoron
Repeat II & Chorus
Repeat Chorus


bY: maDSki


Miaroro miaroro
So lo’ sa manga mata ko
Sa kalipudus kalipudus
A rata a ginawako


Mipirogo mipirogo
So puso akun sabap ruka
Sa ladang ko riniwada
Ko ranon ago so gagao


What can I do what can I do
My life is nothing without you
Forgive me darling if I’m wrong
Come back it’s me where you belong

My love my love
Ranon angka
Sa ladang ko m’balingan ka
Lalayon ka sa dar akun
Ikararanon ko suka


What can I do what can I do
Sa ginawako o maribon ka
Sabarang ka o ribat ako
Mbalingan ka rakun
o garing akun


Ikararanon ko suka
Ikararanon ko suka

Nasasabik By Fred Panopio
Translated to Maranao
By Datu Ontay

(By unknown band)

Kataya so Tutholan
Ki masolampay a busao
Lomalangkap sa Ranao
Kala iyan e kakan
Maka pito makakan
Ko mababasa alongan
Aya kakana iyan
Mala ko palang-gada
Aya inoma iyan
Maito ko baldi
Madalum e kasawao
Pito ka porgada

Salakao ron aya
Minisolda akun
Tharoon ta e babunar
Mialunganian so kadato
Sulotan di kapuno
Kabugatan dasukan
Datu a lomanggowap
Sangcopan sa kathaka

Salakaoron aya
Dipuman kaolitan
Badun papagutiya
Pukun o pukunian

Reapat II & III

RaNoN AgO sO GaGao
By variety Band

Piygayonan ta
sa badun ribona
So dita kang-ginawai
Ka dabo a lalao
A di kang-gaing
ka sa dar akun

Oh…. Lilang ko
Sayana a marugun
Masakit sa ginawa
Kapukha piker akun
So ranon
Go so gagaw’ng ka rakun
Lalayondun sa piker
Go sa ginawa
Na inao lilang
Na babo kikasoy
So kiyang-garing ta

Pukha taduman ko
So manga gawii
So gawii a kasosonor
Sa imanto aya
Romunda di torogun
Na mindag di roparopun
Sabap ruka

Reapeat II 3x

TiGkA ObA DuDol
By Maher

Adun a katawang ko
A kalalagan a wata
A kilala niyan a babay
Aya niyambo thotol
A ranon gagaw niyanon
Pakisisipatiyan a thito
Niyan a ipapatay

Ipulalong iyangkon
Ramig iyan mipamono
Tomokon oba matay
Odi siran makatharosa
Inao wata kulay
Tigo manga lokes iyan
Malongka pakalanata
Ka dapun a sokatanuka

Miyondog so katawangko
Tiyomaniyan a milalong
Gagawii ndaondaw
Na mbaram-barang a sowanian
Aya miakambono
so mbala a lokes iyan
katamba amairan
so tig akun a kasowa

Gowiranon dolonun
ko wata iran a mama
na miapangaroma niyan
ipapatay niyan a raga
Miyababaya siran
Ka miyaka sigorado
Salodo ako ruka
Grabi ka a mama
Miyaka sorga ka
Ka pakatataya angka

Kay maka pito Olan
Miyada so kapag enjoy
Minisambi na ilat-ilat
O manga panoganganiyan
Anta mambo e mabaya
Sa mama tarabosaw
Daa miyasowa iyan
Na dipun matao zozokat
Somasayan sa matao
Si toropa a boklo
Na ramig mimbabawata
Na dadun makasowa zozokat
oWoOoOoOoOh !!!

Giyanan e marugun
Ko tao a mala e lalag
Tigiyan oba dodol
So mabibitin ko koda
So kapangaroma aki
Na kunaba kazandagan
K’naba anan khakan
Masmo kawn na awaingka
OwOoOoOoOoh !!!


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Dingka di pamikira
E baka di sundit
Imanto a miadata

Bangka dun di khatadumi
So kiabogawangka rakun
Sii dun pun sa danga
O mga ginawaingka
A manga ala e mata
Manga ala e mata

If you only knew
Pukataduman ko
So kiya bulag angka rakun
Pira ka olan ini tigur akun
Kalipatan ko bo so ngaran ka
Bangkadun kiatadumi roo
Sa children’s park sa iligan
Dikadi magpa’cute ko
Pukabayaan ka a mala e mata
Mala pun e tiyan

Dingka dun di pamikira
E Bangka kikasoy
So manga gawii manga oras
A pud akongka
P’ki oman ka badun
Sakit ka sa ulo
Balingkadun ki pagidaan ka
A mala e mata, a mala e mata

Katawan ka a pakatatayaan ako
E love akun imanto
Di ako niyan puzasanbiin
Apya pun sidun si Khomeini
Repeat II
NeYhoOoOoOo wOoOo wOoOoH

Dikadun di sundit ka dingka bo
Kikasoy so miyanga una gawii
Diba pitharo akun ruka
Pakatatayaan ako e love akun imanto
P’wes balingkadun ka metext
Na n’dodo roo sa crossing
Dikadun punggoraok ka naba ako guwapo
Lagid e Piolo, pihing akung ulo
NeYhOooOoOo wOoOoo woOOoh

Repeat chorus 2x

Mori a Kapranon
Meranao Translation by Sen. Domocao Alonto

Rambayong modas ako, Ko inged a pilombayan
A bemberano alongan a montiya migagadong
Ko karodano sebangan a indawag ko a sanang
A saliyo a darakn a ginawa ko a rasay
Ka ompen olbi sa ropa sa antawa a daradat
Na taman ko kakawasa natarima ka kakasi
indawag a katrang a pagalad o marandang
igira sa temoan a lekepan so mawaraw
na miyada so balamban a kabutowan sa
Klong na mars-res malanat malngga masopiit
na tanandn paninindg ko ingd a pilombayan
Ka so irigi sa bansa na turoga ipanganganting
a daa ikaugyan ayakakelabakn
Na anday kabinentay o pamorawag ko langit
Apgangano liwanag a kaug o maliboteng
O bapno damargn o karanti o alongan a kariga o darako
na pasionotnka a karagiraynian
Ka anian mipmanis a diinian kaganao
Ko senang a pembokakas a maika kabengkasan
A kalibotung o kobor matawantawan roo
so miyaling ding sa baya
Dingkadn pelingiya e kiyarandanganian
O wana kanegka a sengkoa pekabanding
Na giyoto so pangni a ipamangni o tao
Sa kapakasorga aka na oponay so mera
Ko linsa o kobor akn daa rowar ko salam
Na paki aminkaon so sii ko koba ko na
Misangi ko otanon a obarobara lombay
Napakisamberen ka ko sagado napas
Ka obarakn bayogn ko sold o kobor akn
A mapagadimat akn amay ko kalipatan
So tampat o kobor akn ka apay so linsa miyan
Na miyada sa ginawa napakinaksenekandado
Ko taribasok anon makaselano
So ombiyo tolan akn a sabap a iramiram
A pamomolan a tumbak a dadna oba akn
A kipi ko rinibon ka sii ko langit
ka a raks o palaonka goso balintad
ka a dii kazolay
An o sindaw go so lalis na miyakazanaoray
So ombi o tolan akn
Pilimpinas daabay a inged a pakarimbar
A simoketa ladan ko na pamamakineganka
So mori sa pagirowin ka sii ko tangan ka na
Rokaknon ganati so langowa garingka
Mbalinga ko inged a daon so karingasa go so
Kaoripn kandatadataron so tao
Ka dapamarintaon a rowar ko dikasangkay
Na modas ako rekano ka so kalab na kadka.
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