WE DON'T know exactly what the artists' intentions were when they wrote the lyrics of the songs on this list, but upon first listen, we know we heard them differently. Either we have dirty minds or it's the way these songs were delivered, we have to admit, these tunes really stick in our heads (and make us question things).
Here are five Cebuano songs we think have double meanings in their lyrics. Words of caution: Don't sing these songs infront of 'ma, okay?
1. Gi-Fingers by Kantin Dudg (Alpha Music Corporation)
Um, what are trying to finger, boy?
Oh, food. Great. We're glad that you are resourceful enough to eat using your hands without proper utensils. You must really be fun at parties. Thank you for explaining this to us in great detail, sir.
2. Hilot by Scrambled Eggs (MABOC Entertainment)
Kada uli... what? Oh, for a second there, we thought...
Poor guy. He must be really tired of work that all he wants is a hilot or massage. Also, it's very nice of him to give his neighbors, neighbor's mother and friends a good rubdown. Where can we find a friend who can hilot like him?
3. Puerting Hubaga by Max Surban (Vicor Music Corporation)
This song leaves nothing to the imagination. Can someone save this song and tell us if he's describing... well, something else? And no, the background singers do not make this song somewhat wholesome.
4. Gikumot-kumot by Kantin Dudg (Alpha Music Corporation)