Kean Cipriano and Chynna Ortaleza took to social media to share a song they had written together to bring comfort to listeners especially during difficult times like the COVID-19 crisis.
“Walk on Water” was actually a song they wrote for each other and their firstborn child, Stellar, four years ago, and which now holds a deeper meaning, given the current situation all over the world due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“We choose to believe in miracles. From being a song written in anticipation of the miracle of childbirth... to diving into a deeper understanding of spirituality during this special time. May this song give you some comfort. Whatever your position in this world, I wish you peace, love, and light,” said Chynna.
The couple filmed their performance from their home, and part of the lyrics went: “I’ve never been to outerspace / But I know that this I have to face / For as long as I have you by my side / All these dreams won’t be denied / Now it’s time to walk on water / With You.”
“Walk on Water” Chynna and I wrote this song 4 years ago. Kanta namin sa isa’t isa at kay @stellarcipriano. Ngayon may mas malalim na syang ibig sabihin sakin. Basta, pakinggan nyo nalang. ✌🏻 P.S : @chynsortaleza I’m your number one fan. ❤️ “Walk on Water” Written by : TheCips I’ve never been to outerspace But I know that this I have to face For as long as I have you by my side All theses dreams won’t be denied Now it’s time to walk on water With you So many things I’ve realized I’m seeing life flash through her eyes You will hold my heart forever To all my questions you’re the answer Now it’s time to walk on water With you We will ride a rollercoaster We will roll through fields together Find a treasure in the sky Stay with me all through the night Now it’s time to walk on water With you
Kean and Chynna, who were married in two ceremonies in 2015 and 2017, welcomed their daughter Stellar in April 2016. Their second child, Salem, was born in September 2019.
Their song comes just after the country’s confirmed coronavirus cases reached the 13,434 mark on Thursday, May 21, which include 846 deaths and 3,000 recoveries.