Samoan to English translation?

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I found a letter from my sister in law, who has passed away. Could someone please help me translate it?

It reads:

Sau loa oe

E nofo mai

Ou tafatafa

O le

Amataga o si

Ta mafutaga

O le lumanai

O lo’o sauina mai

Mo tatou

Uma e vaai

Mo nai ou uso

Sei faamagalo mai

Mo sou sese na fai

Faamole mole

Faagalo ita

Thank you in advance!

5 Answers

  • ^ agree with the guy above

    It’s lyrics to ‘Uso Song’ by Alo Key.

  • Uso Song Lyrics

  • La’u Samoa

    Talofa Samoa Lo’u atunuu pele le agaga

    Ae sei o’u pesepese atu ma fa’amatala

    Lou matagofie le mafaia upu ga fa’amatala

    Ua numera tasi fo’i oe i le Pasifika

    CHORUS:

    La’u Samoa E La’u Samoa E

    Fa’amuamua le Atua o ia o lo’u fa’avaevae

    A o mai i ni puapuaga

    Fa’amalosi tu mau pea

    Ou te alofa ia te oe La’u Samoa

    VERSE 2

    Le mafai ona galo lo’u nu’u sa ou fanau ai

    O la’u fanua lanu lau ‘ava ou te tiu ai

    E ui ina ou malaga i fafo i atu nu’u ese

    E le mafai ona ou galo oe Samoa lau pele

    (Repeat Chorus x2)

    La’u Samoa

  • Roughly translated it means

    You come right away

    and stay

    at my side

    the

    beginning of

    our relationship

    the future

    is coming now

    for all of us to see

    for these my sisters/brothers

    please forgive me

    for my mistakes I have made

    please

    forgive me.

    I tried to translate each line how you have it written. Samoan is not my native language so a native speaker could translate it better but that is my best shot.

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    faafetai = thanks , thank you lava = much , or very much ia maguia = be blessed, soifua = goodbye , or farewell

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