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WATCH: JM de Guzman’s video for ‘Huling Liham’ looks into the act of letting go

/ 05:02 PM May 27, 2020
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JM de Guzman and Alyssa Muhlach in “Huling Liham”. Image: screengrab from YouTube/ABS-CBN Star Music

The music video for actor-singer JM de Guzman’s new single “Huling Liham” has been released on YouTube last Monday, May 25.

The 5-minute music video featured de Guzman and “Pamilya Ko” co-star Alyssa Muhlach, as seen on the ABS-CBN Star Music YouTube channel.

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Sung by de Guzman, “Huling Liham” was composed by musician couple Moira dela Torre and Jason Marvin. The single was produced by Jonathan Manalo.

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“Huling Liham”, which translates to “last letter,” tells the story of a man finally letting go of his former lover despite still having strong feelings for her.

As the name suggests, the song is written from the perspective of a person who is, through a letter, coming to grips with the fact that his former lover is now with someone else.

“Hindi kita makakalimutan / Salamat sa ating nakaraan / At kung ako’y iyong matandaan / Maalala mo itong huling liham / Na mahal parin kita / Kaya kakayanin na ika’y Pakawalan,” the song went.

(I will never forget you. Thank you for our past. And if you remember me, remember this last letter, that I still love you, which is why I can let you go.) JB

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