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Western Samoa National Anthem for Students

The Banner of Freedom” (Samoan: O Le Fu’a o Le Sa’olotoga o Samoa) is the National Anthem of Samoa. Both the words (which reference the country’s flag) and the music were composed by Sauni Iiga Kuresa. It was adopted as the national anthem upon Samoa’s gaining of independence from New Zealand in 1962.

Below we have provided the National Anthem of Samoa for the students regarding educational purpose.

National Anthem of Western Samoa Information:

Lyricist Sauni Iiga Kuresa
Music Sauni Iiga Kuresa
Adopted 1962
Official Language ‎Samoan; English

Western Samoa National Anthem in  ‎Samoan:

Samoa, tula’i ma sisi ia lau fu’a, lou pale lea!
Samoa, tula’i ma sisi ia lau fu’a, lou pale lea!
Vaai ‘i na fetu o lo’u a agiagia ai:
Le faailoga lea o Iesu, na maliu ai mo Samoa.
Oi, Samoa e, u’u mau lau pule ia faavavau.
‘Aua e te fefe; o le Atua lo ta fa’avae, o lota sa’olotoga.
Samoa, tula’i: ‘ua agiagia lau fu’a, lou pale lea!


Western Samoa National Anthem in English:

Samoa, arise and raise your flag, your crown!
Samoa, arise and raise your flag, your crown!
Look at those stars that are waving on it:
This is the symbol of Jesus, who died on it for Samoa.
Oh, Samoa, hold fast your power forever.
Do not be afraid; God is our foundation, our freedom.
Samoa, arise: your flag is waving, your crown!

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