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2 Welcome – Afio mai Dilworth School East Tamaki School AND Special Guests from NZ Music Commission 31/05/12

3 Chorus 1: Islands like diamonds, hot in the tropics it’s 37 degrees, Oceans in motions, palm trees are a swaying in the cool summer breeze Islands by Julia Tu’uga, Maxine Vaihu and Meleseini Puletau (2013)

4 Stars in Heaven Shining down on us Shining bright so We can see the right path Friends and family Look upon us As we live and cherish one another Verse One

5 Yeah we back in the islands And we don’t wanna leave Just kickin back here Feel the cool summer breeze Yeah you know it’s true Just me and you Walking through the path Seeing pretty palm trees Rap

6 Taking some pictures With a group saying cheese Click, click, cheese……. 2x Taking some pictures With a group saying cheese Click, click, cheese……… 2x

7 Chorus 1: Islands like diamonds, hot in the tropics it’s 37 degrees, Oceans in motions, palm trees are a swaying in the cool summer breeze

8 I wanna take you to the islands of Tonga and Samoa We wanna show You our finest things Show you how we sing Show you our island dreams Verse 2

9 Chorus 2: Shining down (down, down) Shining bright (bright, bright) Shining stars (stars, stars) Shining light (light, light) Taking some pictures With a group saying cheese Click, click, cheese……. 2x

10 Chorus 1: Islands like diamonds, hot in the tropics it’s 37 degrees, Oceans in motions, palm trees are a swaying in the cool summer breeze Chorus 2: Shining down (down, down) Shining bright (bright, bright) Shining stars (stars, stars) Shining light (light, light) Repeat x 4 Then end with Chorus 1

11 Verse One In the morning Can you hear the tui call? Can you hear the tui call, can you? And in the evening When the sun goes down And the moon is out hold my hand? Paradise By Waimarie Smith

12 Paradise cont. CHORUS Can we chill underneath This pohutukawa tree? Life is a breeze like A-ha, come on. Let’s take a dip in the ocean And watch the sun set Time is precious That’s what we forget Oh no, it’s gone.

13 Paradise cont. Verse Two This is where the taniwha was born Where maui drew his hook, My home. And no one can take This away from me My land is a part of me Til I’m old.

14 Paradise cont. CHORUS Can we chill underneath This pohutukawa tree? Life is a breeze like A-ha, come on. Let’s take a dip in the ocean And watch the sun set Time is precious That’s what we forget Oh no, it’s gone.

15 Paradise cont. Bridge Hold my hand and Raise your glass to Life in paradise, paradise. I can take you places People only dream of But it’s all mine, in paradise

16 Paradise cont. FINAL CHORUS Can we chill underneath This pohutukawa tree? Life is a breeze like A-ha, come on. Let’s take a dip in the ocean And watch the sun set Time is precious That’s what we forget Oh no, it’s gone. Time is precious that’s what we forget Time is precious that what we forget oh no, It’s gone

17 21 Degrees By Bruce Taiapa, Gisborne Boys High School © 2012 There’s a place in Aotearoa that I adore A place that I will always call home I’m never alone Golden sands and glistening seas Lazy days under the pohutukawa tree 31/05/12

18 (I said it was) 21 degrees in the shade 21 degrees under the pohutukawa tree Tangaroa te atua o te moana Look after my place ‘til I return Whanau o te kainga ahikaa Keep our home fires burning 31/05/12

19 Having fun with my family and friends Playing games and eating lambs tails Kicking back under Ranginui Getting burnt from Tamanui-te-ra So you must slip, slop, slap and rap Slip, slop, slap and rap (x3) 31/05/12

20 Tangaroa te atua o te moana Look after my place ‘til I return Whanau o te kainga ahikaa Keep our home fires burning So you must slip, slop, slap and rap Slip, slop, slap and rap (x3) There’s a place in Aotearoa that I adore A place that I will always call home Always call home. 31/05/12

21 Things to Remember- Huarahi Tika by students from Newton Central School © 2011 VERSE 1 Left foot, right foot, One after another Walking this pathway One step, two steps, Don’t stop moving, No matter how long it takes 31/05/12

22 CHORUS He ara hou ka tu mai, Kia whai hua tatou whai hua tatou Me u ki te tika, Ki te pono me te aroha e me te aroha e (Repeat CHORUS) 31/05/12

23 VERSE 2 Sometimes troubles Make you stumble Walking this pathway (E oho) gotta get up, (E tu) gotta get up Never lose faith 31/05/12

24 CHORUS He ara hou ka tu mai, Kia whai hua tatou whai hua tatou Me u ki te tika, Ki te pono me te aroha e me te aroha e (Repeat CHORUS) 31/05/12

25 Left foot, right foot, One after another Walking this pathway One step, two steps, Don’t stop moving. 31/05/12

26 Made in New Zealand By Katherine Muir, Nikki Taylor and Amber Le Compte ©2010 Gisborne Girls High School VERSE 1 Come take a walk with me Look at all the places there are to see Come on over Watch your step on the way down Follow us we’ll show you around …Listen Carefully …and you’ll see we’re 31/05/12

27 CHORUS Made in New Zealand Put together in our Kiwi factory Just add a smile, Kiwi can do and a load of humour A pinch of silver fern and some aroha Wrapped up like fish ‘n’ chips At the bottom of the world 31/05/12

28 Inst. VERSE 2 Come take a ride with me We’ll introduce you to our family All the world’s people Catch the Kiwi time zone And come together to call this home …Listen Carefully …and you’ll see we’re 31/05/12

29 CHORUS Made in New Zealand Put together in our Kiwi factory Just add a smile, Kiwi can do and a load of humour A pinch of silver fern and some aroha Wrapped up like fish ‘n’ chips At the bottom of the world. 31/05/12

30 BRIDGE Made in New Zealand UNFINISHED CHORUS Made in New Zealand Put together in our Kiwi factory Just add a smile, Kiwi can do and a load of humour A pinch of silver fern and some aroha Wrapped up like fish ‘n’ chips… 31/05/12

31 FINAL CHORUS Made in New Zealand Put together in our Kiwi factory Just add a smile, Kiwi can do and a load of humour A pinch of silver fern and some aroha Wrapped up like fish ‘n’ chips (x 3) At the bottom of the world. 31/05/12

32 Special Thanks to NZ Music Commission MENZA – Music Education NZ Aotearoa 31/05/12


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