Richard Yap Sings Salamat (Lyrics Video)

Written By Nikki Mendz on Friday, April 26, 2013 | 9:24 AM

Richard Yap's newly released song, Salamat, might just become a big hit soon! This song, composed by Christian Martinez, can easily be so likable and is one that can just stick to your mind like an LSS (last song syndrome). Its music is upbeat, simple and very easy to sing. It's the type of song that can cheer you up and would make you feel good once you hear it, most especially when it's Richard Yap singing it!

Fans of the top-rating Kapamilya teleserye, Be Careful With My Heart, would most certainly associate the song with the tandem of Ser Chief and Maya. Salamat is a fitting theme song for the couple who are now on that stage when they're "almost" officially boyfriend and girlfriend. And, it could very well be their theme song until they get married.

Richard Yap Jodi Sta Maria Melody Yap Salamat
Photos courtesy of Beverly Hills Polo Club and Richard Yap (Facebook)

In real life, though, it's very easy to think that Salamat is a song dedicated to Richard Yap's wife, Melody, because of its lyrics. It's saying, everywhere he goes, she's right there with him ... even in old age, even when he has already lost all of his hair, they'll still be together ... amidst trials ... "sa hirap at ginhawa, ikaw gustong kasama ..." Wonderful, isn't it?

We are not yet sure if Richard Yap, himself, wrote the lyrics of the song, but we will update you once we have verified this info.

Lyrics Video of Salamat sung by Richard Yap courtesy of starrecordsinc:

UPDATE: This song has been made the official jingle of Rebisco Biscuits and here's the video of the "Rebisco Jingle" version:

Richard Yap Sings Salamat Lyrics


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