Japanese Video Games and Filipino Kundimans: How South Border's 'Love of My Life' Was Written

How Super Mario Bros. helped inspire the love song.

“Kahit Kailan” established South Border as one of the biggest bands in the country, but their popularity only continued to grow after they came out with their next single. “Love of My Life” is a notoriously difficult song to sing as original band vocalist Brix Ferraris delivered much of it in his trademark falsetto. In this OG video exclusive, chief songwriter Jay Durias takes through the story of “Love of My Life,” and it involves kundiman songs, an Australian cousin-in-law, and classic Japanese video games. 

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