Samoan Song title translates: “mama fea ea oe” (clean were/where you), sung by Rosa Pa’ epa’ e

“A Samoan wedding song giving tribute to Mom.

Originally recorded by Samoan singer: Ta’i Logoipule – Fea ea Oe featuring Tonya Tuigamala

“FEA EA OE”

Ta’i Logoipule featuring Tonya Tuigamala

Album: Eleele ole Saolotoga
Chorus rythm: My Eyes Adored You by Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons

MUSIC FROM DA ROCK

Special thanks to Mr. Vili Ieru of Vision CD & Video World, New Zealand, Director of the “Toe fo’i Tama i Savai’i”. Song meaning:

A Samoa Movie about a young man (Vili) from Savaii who married a girl (Elenor) from Upolu who realized how tough it is to become a faiava, especially handling Eleanor’s Mom (Faafeai).

Song meaning:

A Samoa Movie about a young man (Vili) from Savaii who married a girl (Elenor) from Upolu who realized how tough it is to become a faiava, especially handling Eleanor’s Mom (Faafeai).

In the Samoan way of saying when a male is married and stays with wife’s family. Wife’s family calls him a “Faiava”. The females are called “Nofo Tane” by the males family when married and stays with males family.

Related link:

Songs by Rosa Pa’ epa’ e

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