- Netizens were touched by a recent social media post of Zsa Zsa Padilla
- She posted photos of her visit to Dolphy’s grave on his birthday
- The singer also posted the lyrics of the song “There You’ll Be”
Zsa Zsa Padilla took to social media to express her unending love for her late partner Dolphy.
KAMI learned that the veteran singer visited the grave of the Comedy King at The Heritage Memorial Park in Taguig on July 25, the birthday of Dolphy.
She posted photos of her visit and posted lyrics of the song “There You’ll Be” by Faith Hill.
“The Heritage Memorial Park,Taguig
“When I think back on these times
“And the dreams we left behind
“I'll be glad 'cause I was blessed to get to have you in my life
“When I look back on these days
“I'll look and see your face
“You were right there for me
“In my dreams I'll always see you soar above the sky
“In my heart there'll always be a place for you
“For all my life
“I'll keep a part of you with me
“And everywhere I am there you'll be
“And everywhere I am there you'll be”
Netizens were touched by Zsa Zsa’s post:
“Ms Zsa Zsa the best ka talaga hindi mo siya nakakalimutan kaya sana si Lord ay bigiyan ka niya nang isa pang tao na magmamahal saiyo nang tapat gaya ni Pidol”
“A life well lived. Belated Happy Birthday Kind of Comedy!”
“So touching happy birthdAy po sa KING oF COMEDY..he will be forever be loved and remembered”
In a previous report by KAMI, Zsa Zsa Padilla took to social media to complain about the mailing system in our country.
Zsa Zsa has been in show business for over three decades. She is now engaged to architect Conrad Onglao.
She has seen many artists come and go, yet she remains one of the premiere singers in the Philippines. The Kapamilya star is a mainstay at ASAP, which airs every Sunday.
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