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I was her she was me 
We were one we were free 
And if there's somebody calling me on 
She's the one 
If there's somebody calling me on 
She's the one 

We were young we were wrong 
We were fine all along 
If there's somebody calling me on 
She's the one 

When you get to where you want to go 
And you know the things you want to know 
You're smiling 
When you said what you want to say 
And you know the way you want to play, yeah 
You'll be so high you'll be flying 

Though the sea will be strong 
I know we'll carry on 
'cause if there's somebody calling me on 
She's the one 
If there's somebody calling me on 
She's the one 

When you get to where you want to go 
And you know the things you want to know 
You're smiling 
When you said what you want to say 
And you know the way you want to say it 
You'll be so high you'll be flying 

I was her she was me 
We were one we were free 
If there's somebody calling me on 
She's the one 
If there's somebody calling me on 
She's the one 

If there's somebody calling me on 
She's the one 
Yeah she's the one 
If there's somebody calling me on 
She's the one 
She's the one 
If there's somebody calling me on 
She's the one 
She's the one 

If there's somebody calling me on 
She's the one 

She's the one

Oh ohh oh ohh oh when I was just a little boy barely strong enough to stand I can always count on him oh he taught me everything I know and till this day it show she was more than just a friend there was so many times I would doubt myself but his words were always there to help i wouldn't be where i am if my father didn't tell me to never say i can't he'd carry me and never let me fall oh and the only thing he asked right before he passed was to never say you can't oh never say you cant ohhh so when lifes rain begins to fall and youre out there on your own and you can’t see a thing oh no no just find that voice that understands for me it was my old man taught me to say the words I can oh there was so many times I would doubt myself but his words were always there to helpI wouldn't be where I am if my father didn't tell me to never say I can't he'd carry me and never let me fall oh and they only thing he asked right before he passed was to never say you can't everything you taught me will stay with me forever no I won’t forget a thing oh because of my dad I now know myself better oh I hope i can do for him what he did for me I wouldnt be where I am if my father didnt tell me to never say I cant oh he'd carry and never let me fall oh and they only thing he asked right before he passed was to never say you cant oh never say you can't (x2)

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Melchora Aquino

Melchora Aquino de Ramos (January 6, 1812 - March 2, 1919), popularly known as "Tandang Sora," was a Filipinorevolutionary who played an important role in the Filipino revolution against the Spanish colonizers. Despite her old age, she looked after the sick and injured Katipuneros and gave moral support and prayers, earning her the name "Mother of the Katipunan" or revolution. -------------------------------------------------

Biography
Melchora Aquino was born to well-off parents who were farmers, Valentina de Aquino and Juan Aquino, on January 6, 1812 in Barrio Banlat, Caloocan, Rizal – currently known as Banlat, Balintawak, Quezon City. She was able to write and read when she was young and grew up to be a pretty lady. Thus, during the Santacruzan festivity, she often portrayed the role of Reyna Elena. Among her suitors, she found Fulgencio Ramos as the most persistent and thus married him. He later became cabeza de barangay (barangay captain). They soon had six offspring: Simon, Juan, Juana, Estefania, Saturnina, and Romualdo. Known to be amiable, Melchora was well liked by her neighbors. She also had a good singing voice and so was asked to lead the pabasa during holy week, not only in her...
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