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Sasi sasi o to aro aro
O angi si nau boroi amu
Ni ma oe e fasi korona
Dolali dasa na, lao dai afuimae
Afuta guau mauri, Afuta wela inomae

Sasi sasi ae o angisi nau
Boroi nima oe e fasi koro na
Dolali dasa na, lao dai afuimae
Afuta guau mauri, Afuta wela inomae



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  • U
    UnregisteredJun 17, 2012 at 3:10 am
    This song was orinated from solomon islands and not africa the laguage is the original dilage of to'obaita in malita provine.. If u wanna prove it came to solomon islands.
  • U
    UnregisteredFeb 2, 2012 at 11:39 pm
    For me, being an hiv person recently diagnosed when this song appeared by first time in 1992, it gaves me peace, hopes, and wishing to live. Thanks afunakwa and deef forest for this piece of art... 20 years after
  • U
    UnregisteredNov 20, 2011 at 11:18 am
    Young brother, young brother you be quiet
    Although you are crying to me
    Your father has left us
    He has gone to the place of the dead
    Protect the head of the living, protect the orphan child

    Young brother, young brother hey? Although you are crying to me
    Your father has left us
    He has gone to the place of the dead
    Protect the head of the living, protect the orphan child

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