Ua fa’afetai

Traditional | 4 comments

A song usually sung after a gathering or function giving thanks to the hosts

Ua fa’afetai
Ua fa’afetai
Ua malie mata e va’ai

Ua tasi lava oe
Ua tasi lava oe
I lo’u nei fa’amoemoe

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4 Comments

  1. Blueaute

    “Ua malie mata e vaai”
    “Ua tasi lava oe”

    Faafetai lava mo le faatulagaina o lenei upega e toe faamanatu ai pese Samoa.. Malo lava 🙂

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  2. JT

    who originally composed this?

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  3. Masina

    Translation into english please

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    • JJW

      With gratefulness
      With gratefulness
      Eyes made satisfied

      Its you alone
      Its you alone
      In my highest hope

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