Oceanic Folk lyrics

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'ÄinaEnglishGerman
Hawaiian
Portuguese
Tongan
'Âina KaulanaHawaiianEnglish
German
Tongan
'UlupalakuaHawaiianTongan
'Uu Pē 'O ManumataongoTongan
'Uu Pē 'O TepiutíTongan
A Kona HemaHawaiianEnglish
Tongan
A tuu mai i te hereTahitianFrench
Ahe Lau MakaniHawaiianEnglish
Tongan
Italian
Akoako o te RangiMaoriEnglish
Tongan
AlohaEnglishGerman
Spanish
Tongan
Turkish
Aloha 'OeHawaiianEnglish
Tongan
Angatu'u NiuaTonganEnglish
German
Ara Ka Titiro Koe MaketuMaori
Ara! Ka TitiroMaoriTongan
Aue Te ArohaMaoriTongan
E Minaka AnaMaoriTongan
E Pā Tō HauMaoriTongan
E Te TamaitiMaoriTongan
E Waka EMaoriTongan
EkeUveanEnglish
German
Tongan
Fakamatala LangiTonganEnglish
German #1 #2
FakaofoTokelauan
faliu le la I lona tau afiafiSamoanEnglish
Fitungofulu Ta'u [Milolua]Tongan
Founga Fakahifo mo e FakahekaTongan
Ha'ele MaiTonganGerman
Ha'ina A Ka Pu'uwaiHawaiianTongan
HaleakalāHawaiianTongan
He Mele No LiloHawaiianTongan
Himene TatarahapaTahitian
Keiki O Ka 'Aina
English #1 #2
German
Tongan
HinemoaMaori
Hitara Waha HukaMaoriEnglish
Tongan
Hiva He FuekafaTongan (Old Tongan)
I Te Ha'amatara'aTahitianEnglish
Tongan
IroRarotongan
Ka HalaniTonganEnglish
German
Ka MateMaori
Ka Mo'olelo o Poohakuohanalei a me PoohakuoleekiaHawaiianTongan
English
Ka Mōhai 'UluHawaiianEnglish
Tongan
Kaahea O NiuolahikiHawaiianTongan
Ko e Piu 'o TafahiTongan
Kua Iti Te MaramaRarotonganEnglish
German
Tongan
Russian
Lā Mai, Lā Mai TúelēTongan (Old Tongan)
Maa'ulu'ulu Fa'oneluaTonganEnglish
MahinaHawaiianTongan
Mahina O HokuHawaiianEnglish
Tongan
MaunaloaHawaiian
MiloluaTongan (Old Tongan)
Mou PiriRarotonganEnglish #1 #2
German
Tongan
Russian
Nā LimahanaHawaiianTongan
Nani HanaleiHawaiianTongan
No Ke Ano AhiahiHawaiianTongan
O Tahiti EPaumotuanEnglish
French
Tongan
Russian
O'ahuHawaiian
Paa Mai Ana Ka MakaniHawaiianTongan
Pōkarekare AnaMaoriTongan
English
Pōkarekare Ana (Korean version)Korean
Woman in the Sun OST
English
Tongan
Transliteration
Pupu A'o 'EwaHawaiian
Donovan's Reef OST
English
Tongan
Turkish
Rakahanga UraRarotongan
Te Maeva Nui 2005
English
Tongan
Rimu-rimuMaoriEnglish
Tongan
Si'i Lile Viola Lose HinaTonganEnglish
German
Greek
Hawaiian
SokeTongan (Old Tongan)English
Ta'u KoulaTongan
Tahiti, My TahitiEnglishSpanish
Tongan
Turkish
Talatupu'a NatulaTongan
TasanaHawaiianTongan
Tau'a'aloTongan
Te Mauri O TahitiTahitianEnglish
German
Tongan
Te Tangi a Tekamu kia Ma'itakiOther
Te TiaoroTahitianTongan
TerinaMaoriEnglish
Filipino/Tagalog
Tongan
The Breadfruit TreeEnglishGerman
Tongan
The Legend of Nī'auepo'oEnglishTongan
The Legend of Sina and the EelEnglishTongan
The Origin of Mana & The Massacre at HuleEnglishSpanish
Tongan
The Queen's PrayerHawaiianTongan
Wahiika'ahu'ulaHawaiianTongan
English
Wahine U'iHawaiianTongan
Wai HiinanoHawaiianTongan
Wai'aanapanapaHawaiianTongan
WaianuenueHawaiianTongan
Waihe'eHawaiianTongan
WaikaHawaiianTongan
WaikaloaHawaiianTongan
WailanaHawaiianTongan
Waimaanalo 'Aina KaulanaHawaiian
WaiominaHawaiian
Waipahe'eHawaiian
Waipi'o Paka'alanaHawaiianEnglish #1 #2
Tongan
WiliwilivaiHawaiianEnglish
Tongan
Oceanic Folk featuring lyricsTranslations
SilentRebel83 - HinaEnglish
Spirits of the Distant Isles
German
Spanish
SilentRebel83 - LakaEnglish
Spirits of the Distant Isles
German #1 #2 #3
Spanish
Tongan
SilentRebel83 - MahinaHawaiian
Spirits of the Distant Isles
English
German
Greek
Maori
Spanish
Tongan
SilentRebel83 - MoanaHawaiian
Spirits of the Distant Isles
English
German
Romanian
Spanish
The Dead Lands (OST) - PapatuanukuMaoriEnglish
German
Hawaiian
Tongan #1 #2
SilentRebel83 - PeleEnglish
Spirits of the Distant Isles
German #1 #2 #3
Spanish
Tongan
The Tongan Creatives - Taulanga Nuku'alofaTonganGerman
Comments
SilentRebel83    Sat, 09/05/2015 - 09:08

greetings, Dr. Juanita! Thank you so much for your commentary and the link you provided. You have a point.
It would probably be better off to call it Oceanic Folk instead? Polynesia is only one of three major subsections of Oceania, and is also the most well known. To choose a country would be difficult because you have several countries that exist in that one area alone. I suppose we could create different entries for each language (Tongan, Hawai'ian, Māori, Sāmoan, etc.), but I personally prefer to keep them together.

Higgs Boson    Sat, 09/05/2015 - 09:19

Oceanic Folk sounds more geographically correct.

SilentRebel83    Mon, 22/06/2015 - 11:46

Thank you, Dr. Juanita. The problem with this beautiful imagery you provided is that it's just one representation of a more vast community -- hence the terms Polynesia [many islands], Micronesia [small islands], and Melanesia [black (skinned) islands]. I personally don't agree with these terminologies, which is why I prefer Oceania instead.

Sorry it took long, but with the limited amount of space I was given, I was only able to include a mere few of the many ethnic groups represented in Oceania. I was able to use the picture you provided (pictured bottom right), along with a beautiful Māori chieftess (bottom center), a stern Aboriginal crone (bottom left) from Australia, a lovely Sāmoan woman (center right) adorned in the traditional headdress or tuiga, a Rapa Nui maiden (center) honoring her tupuna [ancestors] in the form of the famed monolithic Mo'ai statues of Easter Island, a male Tahitian dancer (center left), the late queen Sālote of Tonga (top right), a Polynesian male (top center) with a tā moko or facial tattoo, and a native Hawaiian woman (top left) performing one of the many traditional Hula 'Auana.

Higgs Boson    Mon, 22/06/2015 - 17:09

Beautiful! Very representative of the Oceanic culture!