Sina ea

sau se’i faimai
ua ou le mafai
va’ai…
va’ai…
va’ai i ai
Se, sau
se nofo mai
sina ea, po’o o ai
va’ai…
va’ai…
va’ai i ai
Se, sau.

Oooh sau

{ Repeat Vs 1 }

Sina ea
sau se’i faimai
ua ou le mafai
va’ai…
va’ai…
va’ai i ai
Se, sau
se manatu mai
sina ea, po’o o ai
va’ai…
va’ai…
va’ai i ai
Se, sau.

Oooh sau.

{Repeat Vs 2 }

Bridge

Sina ea, sau se’i faimai
(Sina ea, po’o o ai, va’ai va’ai)
Va’ai va’ai (va’ai…)

Sina ea, sau se manatu mai
(Sina ea, po’o o ai, va’ai va’ai)
Ua ou le mafai (va’ai… hee HEE hee…)

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10 Comments

  1. fan

    well, i dont know much about this song but i LOVE it…

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  2. major fan

    grew up with tiamaa – nearly know all the songs

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  3. mose matau

    i love it , so beautifull! =,(

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  4. genesis eseroma 684

    nice harmonization…..

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  5. Siala Lova

    I love how Pakaru renew this song ,, Its pretty cool ..

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  6. cindy matilda moana

    i like it it is so nice samoan song cuz im a real teine samoa

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  7. kiliona

    Anybody have translation?

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    • Cadence Scott

      Pardon vectiz crook shizer putang e na watashi nor ne mai wa des

  8. hamogeekgirl

    This song is so simple lol … Sina is the name of a girl. It’s just saying…

    “Oh Sina, come and tell me… I just can’t… Look, look (va’ai) look at this… Just come… ”

    And then it says…

    “Oh Sina, think of me.. Oh Sina, who is it? Look, look, look at this … just come…”

    It’s one of those songs that’s more about the emotion than the sense.. it’s like a guy whispering sweet nothings into his lady’s ear.. it doesn’t really mean anything to anybody else, but she gets it … 🙂

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  9. Horsey

    Sina e lol Samoans killing it.

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