Isabel Granada Last Song Before She Died, Farewell Song to Her Husband?


The Philippines is still in a state of shock in the early demise of the 41-year old singer-actress, Isabel Granada.

She was reported to be sent to the hospital after she accidentally left unconscious and it led her to be in a state of coma. She was diagnosed to have suffered to several seizures that led to an aneurysm.

Closest friends started a prayer brigade through the social media to pray for Isabel’s fast recovery and strength for her family as well. High hopes have spring when it was updated that her body responds positively to the medicine. Unfortunately, despite the healthy looking and the peaceful status of Isabel while in a coma her body condition worsens that later on led to her early death.

It is noted that the body of Isabel was still in Doha, Qatar, and the transfer of her body to the Philippines is still unknown.
On this video clip, Isabel Granada is singing the song of Dingdong Avanzado’s Maghihintay Sa’yo, while she wearing sweatshirt and pants.

Despite her attire, the way she sang the song is still very much emotional and full of soul. We could say this may be her last song for her husband Arnel Cowley. She sang this song very intimately that it sounded that it is dedicated to a person she loves.

Mahal, mahal na mahal kita, Hindi ako magbabago, Asahan mo ito,Mahal, mahal na mahal kita, Ang puso ko’y iyong-iyo, Asahan mo, maghihintay sayo.

These last few lines can really be her farewell song to her husband, that in the afterlife, she will still be waiting for her loved one. Life is really short, no one can tell when will it end, so we need to make the most out of our life and live it to the fullest.

Watch her video below:




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