Kua Iti Te Marama (Waiting for the Moon to Rise) - Dan Gibson





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Uploaded on Aug 4, 2010

Kua iti te Marama is a love song about a lover who wanted to take a beautiful girl to the dance. The night is young, the moon rose and the lover is waiting for her. The lover had invited her to the dance. Because of her beauty adorned with the sweet aroma from the many colourful flowers of the island, the lover did not want both beauties to go to waste.

KUA ITI TE MARAMA I TE PO POIRI, (The moon rose on a dark night)
ITI MARAMA PO POIRI (Rise moon in the dark nigth)
TOKU TIAKI'ANGA RAI IA KOE. (While I waited for you.)

KUA PATI AU RAI IA KOE E INE. (I invited you my love)
PATI AU INE (As my girl)
AERE MAI KA AERE TAUA KI TE URA. (Come here, we will go to the dance)

AERE MAI, AERE, TAUA URA (approach to me, come to dance)
MOUMOU I TO MANEA, (Your beauty is a waste)
MOUMOU TO (OU) MANEA (Your beauty is a waste)
E TO EI TIARE, (And your flower garland)
TEI RAKEI IA KI RUNGA I TO TINO. (That adorns your body.)
RAKEI RUNGA TINO (Adorn the top of your body)

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