"Kapanahunan na naman ng paglalambingan" (Once again, it's the time for romance)
Is there really any specific time for romance? Candlelit dinners, flowers and chocolate, sure, they can bring on a romantic moment. I think those are a tad bland, though. A stroll along the beach under the stars, whispering and laughing at sweet nothings...those sound better. An unfathomable look that makes you feel all hot and cold at the same time can be more than enough to set off a romantic moment. And the last three things that I mentioned don't even cost any money.
"Kabilugan ng buwan, at ang hangin ay may kalamigan" (The moon is full, and the breeze is a bit chilly)
The full moon and cold weather have been blamed, perhaps unfairly, for the impetuous things that people do. Maybe because there's something so enigmatic about the sight of the full moon. Maybe people do things that are out of character for them and blame them on the full moon's unexplainable mystique.
When it's cold, one sometimes drinks. And when one drinks too much, one is apt to do things that he or she wouldn't usually do--and then blame the consequences on alcohol. Wuss.
"Aakapin kita, mahal ko, sa buong magdamag" (I'll hold you in my arms, my love, the whole night through)
Cuddling is nice, but certainly not all night, every night! In a romantic moment it can be heavenly...until it leads to something else...then you rest by cuddling again...then start Round Two after a while. Or not. Either you go to sleep or get a pizza.
Pagmamahalan lang naman ang mararanasan/Sa sariling mundo, tayo lang ang may alam" (Loving each other is just what we'll experience/In our own world, that only the two of us know about)
Isn't that one of the thrilling moments of being in love? The two of you can enter your own little world at any time of the day or night. Again, even the most innocuous things can set this off. Like saying or hearing words like "whisper" or "bastard"--which might mean nothing special at all to other people, but which strike a resounding chord within the two of you. Or (again) a certain look that surpasses all that words can ever say can be all that it takes, and absolutely nothing else exists during that moment--just the two of you in your own world, oblivious to everything else.
"Lapit na, ohh, lapit pa" (Come closer, closer still)
The feeling of closeness, of intimacy, isn't limited by physical proximity. But that's important, too, of course (how can the two of you