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Tongan Children’s Song: Three blind mice

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Tongan Childrens Song - 'a e fanga kumā the Tongan version of Three blind mice

Tongan Childrens Song – ‘a e fanga kumā The Tongan version of Three blind mice

Time for a Song! – Three blind mice in Tongan. This is a very popular song for Tongan kids and it is sung to the same tune.

It has nothing to do with the farmers wife who cut of their tails with a carving knife. This song is about the mice and a priest. See all those mice! Where are they running to? They are running after the Priest to eat his bread until each and every crumb is finished.

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2 Comments

  1. Amanda says:

    This is great! I have been teaching my three year old daughter this to sing to her grandmother who is Tongan.

    • Hema Fifita says:

      Mālō ʻaupito Amanda, thank you so much for your feedback. Helping generations connect is one of the reasons I started this blog. Subscribe and I hope to add more soon. Mālō Hema

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