Friday, September 23, 2011

Learning A Rap.

One day we didn’t have our normal teacher we had a reliever. Our relieve was a teacher called Mr Umu. We have had him before, so when he came in all the boys in my class yelled like a group of Cows.
That day Mr Umu told us a rap, it sounded so cool. So when he finished singing it he said that he would teach us it. It was kind of hard to learn but very fun. We learnt it all, but it was suppose to take us 3 minutes. But nope it took us about 30 minters to do because, we all were just laughing.
Well here is the rap!
Pack it up-Pack it in, let me begin.
Much respect to my peeps from Point England,
G.I skater’s, current status
Collaboration with my younger generators ah!
We in the cypher crowds twice the siza,
New MC’s spitting honey like killer beez,
Brothers please spare a prayer for the families,
Hurricane to the crusaders down in Canterbury.

Pagi to the popo, the popo to the pagi
Fia ae lo’u manava, I think I’m lē masagi
Lava loa lea fia ae so se mea mmmm
I like the smell of papaque over there,
Keke to the Pua’a, Pua’a to the keke
Thank you very much Point England Tu meke,
Tulou lava we must respect one another
My father my mother my sister and my brother.

I thought this was a cool rap, because this is the first rap I have ever sang. I had a lot of fun that day, and my class hopes he can teach us a other rap.

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