Some of the classes at Sam’s school visited Wiri Central School on Wednesday, and he’s been singing a few waiata since then. This is the first verse of his favourite, Ehara i te Mea, which I remember singing when I was in primary school.
September 29, 2011
Ehara i te Mea
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