What is the REAL meaning of “que que na-to-ra”?

It’s from Disney’s Pocahontas. I have been searching profusely for it’s meaning, but no one can come to a consensus on it. So I was hoping someone could share its TRUE meaning with me.

Pocahontas Movie Listen With Your Heart (part 1) lyrics
Grandmother Willow
Que que na-to-ra
You will understand
Listen with your heart
You will understand
Let it break upon you
Like a wave upon the sand
Listen with your heart
You will understand
Voice of the Wind
You will understand …
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cac…
It might not mean anything, and just be something like ‘la di da’
but from what I gather, it either means ‘you will understand’ or ‘listen with your heart’
I second that answer “Que Que na-tu-ra” Means you will understand.
Third opinion. I think its Latin in origin. “Que, Que Nature?” or “What, what nature?” It fits well in context.
Forth: I believe it means “the nature” or “the natural” the song is saying “listen to nature and you will understand” or “like nature, if you listen, you will understand”
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_translation_…
I hope I’ve helped you,
Angela!!!

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Que Que Na-to-ra

Husquequenatora: “Now I understand you”
http://www.bigorrin.org/pocahontaswords.htm

It means “Listen to your heart”

“Que que natura” is Algonquin for “you will understand”

Source(s): Grandfather who is a full blooded Algonquin native America

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