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WATCH: Inquirer reporter sings improvised tribute for LJM

/ 07:44 PM December 29, 2015

A Philippine Daily Inquirer reporter on Monday sang a tribute for the esteemed editor in chief Letty Jimenez-Magsanoc during the latter’s wake Monday night.

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Only that, the song was not an emotional, but of a happy, tone. Tarra Quismundo sang her tribute to the tune of the song “She’s Always a Woman To Me” by Billy Joel.

During her performance as part of her eulogy during Monday’s wake, Quismundo cited in her song LJM’s encounter with the aspiring presidential bet the tough-talking Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, who when he visited the Inquirer in Aug. 25 was asked by LJM why he had come.

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When Duterte said he was invited, LJM said, “With due respect, mayor, we did not invite you here.”

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Here is the catchy lyrics about Duterte, senatorial bet Dick Gordon and even National Democratic Front chief negotiator Luis Jalandoni.

“She asks the tough questions, don’t care if you’re Dick Gordon. She called Rody Duterte ‘We sent no invitation.’ She told Jalandoni, ‘You’re so passe.’ She’s only after the truth, that’s what’s Ma’am Letty to me,” Quismundo sang. TVJ

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