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Original Song Title:

"Te Wananga Puru"

Original Performer:

Students at T.W.O.R

Parody Song Title:

"Our Blues"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

This song may not make alot of sense too some of you, but I have always considered this one to be one of my funniest songs (you all may think otherwise)It may not make sense too alot of you because I have translated it from Maori (native language of New Zealand) into EnglishHope you enjoy it!!!
I wake up in the morning
I wake up in the morning
What a mistake, guess I'll go back to sleep again
See you in the afternoon

I desire
I desire to visit a pub
Play a game, maybe even get drunk

I get rung up by many women, just about everyday
Some would say that I'm lucky

Look at my car lying here
It is slow
It is busted
Oh well, guess I'll have too walk

Look, this guy's a nuisance
Keeps erasing our important work

He's going
He's going away, going to Wellington
Maybe later, he'll return to Otaki
We will, we will miss him

Hey look over there, look at her
Love to have her in the house
As an "administrator"

Oh he laughs loudly
So hard that it hurts our ears
Maybe so, but the boy can sing

We all live here
At The Waa
We are gods of our world
The above song was written in the 90's at Te Wananga O Raukawa (referred to as The Waa - in the song)Wellington - area/region that we lived inOtaki - Coastal township in New Zealand

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