Māori Whanau

Kia ora Tatou

This year's Franklin Cultural Festival was a real success. Thank you to Teari for his work in preparing the students and to whanau who assisted on the day. The students were proud of their performances and are now reflecting so that they can to build on this going forward.

These are the songs words which the new members of the Kapa Haka group need to learn. 

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Tena Ra Koutou

Tena ra koutou nga iwi o te motu nei (x3)

 

Karanga mai nga iwi e

O te motu, i tenei wa

O na roopu katoa 

Me nga iwi e tau nei

 

Tena ra koutou (hi) 

E nga iwi o te motu ...repeat

 

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WAIRUA TAPU

Wairua tapu tau mai rā

Wairua tapu mai runga

Uhia mai ngā taonga pai

Homai to aroha

 

Wāhia, kia tika

Akona mai rā kia ū ki te pai

Horoia, kia mau tonu rā

Mōhou te tino kororia

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He Honore

He Honore he kororia

Maungarongo ki te whenua

Whakaaro pai e

Ki nga tangata katoa

Ake, ake, ake, ake,

Amene

Te Atua, te piringa

Toku oranga

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Ooooooooooooooooooo....

Whakarongo (G) Whakarongo Mai (B)

Whakarongo (G) Whakarongo mai (B)

Ki te reo (G) Te Reo (B)

He reo, Aroha e Aue aue

 

Waikato e

Kia ora ra (G) Kia ora ra (B)

Mihi mai karanga mai

Kia matou e

 

Ki nga iwi e awhina mai

Kia koutou i te ra nei e

Karanga 

Karanga mai kia matou

Waikato e

 

Whakaeke- Ooooooooooooooooooo

 

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Te Atua, tapu o nga tapu

Ki a Ihu te kororia, te honore

Te Atua, te mana hareruia

I heke mai, te maunga tapu, Ki te iwi

 

Hapaitia (hapaitia), te ingoa a Ihu

Whakapaingia, Whakamoemiti-ti-a

 

Te Atua, tapu o nga tapu

I mate nei, a Ihu e te Kingi nui

I mata nei, a Ihu e te Kingi nui

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