Sebuwano is a language very distinct from Tagalog, but we get enough inquiries about Cebuano that we decided to list a few basic phrases.
Visayan = from the Visayas, the central part of the Philippines consisting of many islands
Bisaya ka ba?
Are you Visayan?
Bisaya ang nanay nila.
Their mother is Visayan.
These Filipino riddles are in the Visayan language, not Tagalog. English translation is provided.
Visayan Riddle: Baboy sa lasang, ang tunok puro lansang.
English Translation: A wild pig of the forest is covered with spikes.
Visayan Riddle: Tigmo, tigmo agokoy, ugma ra kita magasoy
English Translation: Riddles made in the night will be answered in the morning light.
Visayan Riddle: Kabayo ni Adan, dili moka-on ug dili kabay-an.
English Translation: The horse of Adam does not eat unless someone rides on it.
The balitaw is the song traditionally associated with the Visayas region in the same way the kundiman and kumintang are associated with ancient Tagalog music.
This popular song is in Cebuano, not Tagalog.
A popular Visayan folk song is Dandansoy. Note that this is not a Tagalog song. The Visayan language in which Dandansoy is most often sung is Hiligaynon Bisaya, also known as Ilonggo.