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Express your feelings through a song dedicated to your loved ones. Give the gift of love today, starting at P990!

How It Works

1. Think of a song to dedicate to your loved ones, then tap SEND LOVE 🎀🎸

2. Our talented singers will create a special song video , with a personal message from you πŸ’Œ

3. Get the video and share to your loved ones as a unique and special gift! πŸ’—πŸ‘ͺ

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A few of our most loved videos:

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What people love about us:

It took a week to finally had a chance to show the video to my Dad. It was supposed to be a birthday surprise since it was released earlier than expected so it became advance. I think the reason that there is no present occasion added to the surprise. When my sister shown the video to him. My Dad who seldom shows his emotion became teary eyed and he even played it over and over for 5x. I think he wanted to internalize every word I wrote in the dedication and the message of the song itself. Even my grandma was touched to the effort I made. So therefore i can say no amount of money can make our olds/love ones happy. Simple gestures like this means a lot to them. Price is cheap compared to the greatness we (dad,grandma and me) felt. Keep it up oSerenade! – by Gracias

I requested for this song 'Perfect' by Simple Plan without any expectation that it would fix the bitter relationship with my mother. This is one of many songs that I could really relate to ever since I was in my teens (another one, also called 'Perfect', is by Alanis Morissette). The lyrics are a bit harsh, so I had it tweaked a little bit, but still, I was having second thoughts, I thought about just having the video for my own personal indulgence. But when I saw Kaz's rendition of the song, I absolutely loved it. It would be a shame not let my mom see it. Long story short, my mom saw this video through the help of a sibling, then she called me right after. She didn't say anything about the video but just started talking to me like whatever arguments we had in the past have been erased. My mother was never a mushy person to begin with so I knew that her calling me and inviting me and my kids over was her way of telling me… 'It's alright, I forgive you'. – by Carol

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