Malo lava! Welcome to the largest collection of Samoan lyrics online.

These are our favourite lyrics from hymns and ‘traditional’ Samoan songs to classic Samoan jams from the 60s, 70s and 80s, right up to the best of today’s Samoan music scene. 

Our collection includes songs that are in the Samoan language as well as English language songs performed by Samoan artists and even songs from around the Pacific and the world that lots of Samoans just happen to love.  

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We want to know your Samoan song choices for the following scenarios. Once we get 10 nominations for each category, we’ll set up a poll to find the best of the best. Just complete this quick survey with the names of your favourite songs and their artists (type over the words in the boxes) then hit the NOMINATE button to have your say. Nominate as many times as you like – just refresh the screen and start again. 

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Released in May 1981 by Kiwi Pacific Records, this classic Five Star album belongs in every Samoan music collection.

Let us help you build your Samoan music collection. We’re starting with the classics!

Click on the song titles to find the lyrics, or click here to buy this album on Amazon.

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What’s On Our Playlist

Heartbreakingly beautiful… check out our playlist of favourite classic Samoan jams.

What we’re saying…

  • NAMELESSK7NG on Mata PupulaIt’s a dream, dream exploring the world of death! If listen to the lyrics it’s pretty scary visually the setting of the dream
  • Sa Brown on O se vi’i o Lauli’iWe were told growing up that Konelio wrote this song. My aunty Shirley Vaimaona was also given the blessing by Konelio to sing the song, so the Aiga B…
  • Kevin Coutts on Mata PupulaIt very good
  • Rosemarie Concepcion on Alo i au faivaMy SIL and my grand baby are Samon and even tho I dont understand the language, I LOVE LOVE LOVE this song!! My 4 year listens to this song every morn…
  • Suieni on Mavaega a Tavita ma Ionatanaplease can you share with me the song history..need it for a school assignment