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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troy_Polamalu

Troy Aumua Polamalu; born Troy Aumua; April 19, 1981) is a former American football strong safety of Samoan descent who played his entire twelve-year career for the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for the University of Southern California (USC), and earned consensus All-American honors. He was chosen by the Steelers in the first round of the 2003 NFL Draft. He was a member of two of the Steelers' Super Bowl championship teams, and was the NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2010.
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Out of those players, the best-known is Troy Polamalu, a native of Samoa who attended the University of Southern California. He has played for the Pittsburgh Steelers his whole career and has been on two Super Bowl winning teams, in 2006 and 2009.

Source: Wikipedia

I also know Troy Polamalu,as you said the source from wiki,but why i cannt find it?
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Jobs in Samoa / Re: Finding job abraod?
« Last post by johnpavvo on July 30, 2017, 04:34:39 AM »
i want to find a job in american samoa
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News from Samoa / Re: education in Samoa
« Last post by MaxReedLeo07 on June 09, 2017, 02:52:02 AM »
They focus on lots more on Education. Plain and simple. Most Asian countries have school six days per week and no summer time holiday. College is considered a primary schooling without hesitation.
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Hello,

My name is Joey... my dad's side of the family is from America Samoa, but when my parents got divorced I wasn't able to be around the Samoan side as much as I would have liked to. Not nearly enough to have learned more than baby samoan.

I'm now a theatre actor, and love to sing songs... but thought it would be interesting to translate a song into Samoan, because while I didn't get to learn the language, I still feel very grounded and attached to the beauty of the language.

I'm wondering if someone would be willing to help me translate "Waving Through A Window" from Dear Evan Hansen into Samoan. This would just be for fun and would be fun for me to sort of mesh my worlds together.

When musicals get translated to different languages, of course things change because of the language differences... but what I'm looking for are the same syllables and basically the same meaning.

Here are the lyrics in English:


[Verse 1:]
I've learned to slam on the brake
Before I even turn the key
Before I make the mistake
Before I lead with the worst of me

[Verse 2:]
Give them no reason to stare
No slipping up if you slip away
So I got nothing to share
No, I got nothing to say

[Pre-Chorus:]
Step out, step out of the sun
If you keep getting burned
Step out, step out of the sun
Because you've learned, because you've learned

[Chorus:]
On the outside, always looking in
Will I ever be more than I've always been?
'Cause I'm tap, tap, tapping on the glass
I'm waving through a window
I try to speak, but nobody can hear
So I wait around for an answer to appear
While I'm watch, watch, watching people pass
I'm waving through a window, oh
Can anybody see, is anybody waving back at me?

[Verse 3:]
We start with stars in our eyes
We start believing that we belong
But every sun doesn't rise
And no one tells you where you went wrong

[Pre-Chorus:]
Step out, step out of the sun
If you keep getting burned
Step out, step out of the sun
Because you've learned, because you've learned

[Chorus:]
On the outside, always looking in
Will I ever be more than I've always been?
'Cause I'm tap, tap, tapping on the glass
Waving through a window
I try to speak, but nobody can hear
So I wait around for an answer to appear
While I'm watch, watch, watching people pass
Waving through a window, oh
Can anybody see, is anybody waving?

[Bridge:]
When you're falling in a forest and there's nobody around
Do you ever really crash, or even make a sound?
When you're falling in a forest and there's nobody around
Do you ever really crash, or even make a sound?
When you're falling in a forest and there's nobody around
Do you ever really crash, or even make a sound?
When you're falling in a forest and there's nobody around
Do you ever really crash, or even make a sound?
Did I even make a sound?
Did I even make a sound?
It's like I never made a sound
Will I ever make a sound?

[Chorus:]
On the outside, always looking in
Will I ever be more than I've always been?
'Cause I'm tap, tap, tapping on the glass
Waving through a window
I try to speak, but nobody can hear
So I wait around for an answer to appear
While I'm watch, watch, watching people pass
Waving through a window, oh
Can anybody see, is anybody waving back at me? (Ooh)

[Outro:]
Is anybody waving?
Waving, waving, whoa-oh, whoa-oh-oh-oh

NOTE: I don't know if there's a Samoan equivalent to "Woah" or "Oh"... I'm willing to let them stay the same, as I think they're more vocal than actual words. Open to hearing thoughts.

Thank you so much!
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Visitor's Fale - Amerika Samoa / Re: Newbie is here!!!
« Last post by Daisy22 on April 10, 2017, 05:36:22 AM »
Hello there! I'm Daisy from UK ,by profession i am professional freelance writer and complete many projects for online companies,now glad to join this forum :)
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Samoan Food / Re: Samoan Food Recipes
« Last post by ralph.traveller on March 19, 2017, 09:31:08 AM »
Who could recommend me top 10 receips to try in Samoa? I would like to write something about the local food after I return from the trip. :) Thanks in advance.
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Travel advice and tips / Re: Holidays in Samoan
« Last post by ralph.traveller on March 19, 2017, 09:29:42 AM »
I am planning to go there on vacation. Thanks for sharing this phrases, it would be really helpful. Could you add the pronunciation too?
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Travel advice and tips / Re: Holidays in Samoan
« Last post by Nora on January 24, 2017, 10:18:54 PM »
it sounds just as nice and beautiful, i like samoa n people from there.
great job
Have a good day
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Samoan Sports and Celebrities / Re: Four Samoans added to NFL in esrly 2010 draft rounds
« Last post by Ronnie on December 19, 2016, 11:51:21 PM »
it has been said that a Samoan boy is forty times more likely to reach the NFL than a boy born in the United States.

That's incredible. I guess it must have something to do with genetics and upbringing and good discipline.
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