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"Alapaap" (English: Skies) is a song by the Eraserheads from the album Circus. The song was the band's ninth hit single and the fourth hit single from the album. The song has been covered by 6cyclemind twice (in 2005 with Ney Dimaculangan and 2012 with Tutti Caringal). The song starts with a bass riff by Buddy Zabala.
The intro of the song is used as the melody for "Whole Lotta Lovin'", a song by the late rapper Francis Magalona.
One may think that the song is about a deceased person in the heavens who's inviting his friend to join him. Perhaps what lead to the drug allegations of the song was the line "masdan mo ang aking mata" ("notice my eyes").
6Cyclemind covered the song from the OPM Various Artist Album, UltraElectroMagneticJam fronted by former vocalist Ney Dimaculangan in 2005, 7 years later, the band covered the song again but it was now vocalize by new frontman Tutti Caringal (formerly from Protein Shake) and duet with Eunice Jorge of the pop rock band Gracenote from the compilation album, The Reunion: An Eraserheads Tribute Album in 2012.