Dalawidaw is a song in Ilonggo, the Hiligaynon language. It was penned in the early 20th century by Augurio Abeto, a congressman from the Philippine province of Iloilo.
Lawiswis Kawayan is a Waray folk song. Waray or Winaray is a language spoken in Samar, Leyte and Biliran in the Visayas region of the Philippines. It is not Tagalog.
Mga Balud (Waves) is a popular Waray song. Waray or Winaray is a language that’s distinct from Tagalog. It is spoken mainly in the Visayas region of the Philippines.
Duayya ni Ayat (Lullaby of Love) is an Ilocano song that is popularly known by its first line Dungdungwen Kanto (I Will Love You), also spelled Dungdunguen Canto.
Please note that this song is in Visayan, not Tagalog.
Salidumay is an indigenous folk song associated with the Igorot and Kalinga natives of the Cordillera Mountains in the northern part of the Philippines. It is traditionally not sung in Tagalog, but in the popular modern interpretation by Filipina singer Grace Nono, the lyrics are translated into Tagalog.
This popular song is in Cebuano, not Tagalog.