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Music Monday - Little Star by Pops Fernandez

This song Little Star is one of my early adolescent-hood favorites by Pops Fernandez, the "Concert Queen of the Philippines". She was still a rising film star by then though was already quite popular in the music industry. Little Star was a song featured in the comedy movie Give Me Five (1984) together with the wacky trio Tito,Vic and Joey and childstar Jaypee De Guzman. I got to watch the movie again lately as a rerun and had fun and laughter watching - I can't help it because I find Tito, Vic and Joey's antics too hilarious! :))

Little Star Lyrics
Pops Fernandez

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My one dream is to be where you are

The people they laugh at me
Oh why cant they let me be
one day i know you'll see
I am not them, I'm Me

Last night the little star
smile at me from afar
Looking down from up above
shining starlight filled with love

Daylight it came so fast
and the night it came to pass
Even stars they fade away
But my little friend, please stay

repeat 1 twice
reapet II, III, IV
Repeat 1, then fade

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