Tongan Children’s Song: Three blind mice

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.

2 thoughts on “Tongan Children’s Song: Three blind mice

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

    1. 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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