1. Hanohano Wailea
Words & Music by K. de Silva and M. Keale
Hanohano Wailea I ka`u`ike la
Ka wahie kia`i au i ke kai

Punawai `ili`ili nehe i ke kai la
`Auana ka wai `olu i ka ulu hala

Halakau `o ka`iwa i luna lilo la
Ne`e mai `o ahiki i ke kualono

Ho`olono ka `ohao i keia mele la
O ku`u `aina nani e waiho nei
Honored is Wailea in my thoughts
The guardian woman who reaches into the sea

Punawaiʻs pebbles clatter in the tide
Cool water winding through the hala grove

Ka`iwa rests high above
And Ahiki shifts this way, along the ridge

Ka`ohao pays attention to this song
Of my beautiful home spread out below
2. Hanauma
Words by Mary K. Pukui, Music by Maddy K. Lam
Mahalo a`e ana au
I ka nani a`o Hanauma
Ke kai kū`ono hāla`i
Pō`ai `ia e nā pali

Ua makemake nui `ia
Ke alanui kīke`eke`e
E iho aku ai i lalo
I ke kaha one âkea

He kahua na ka lehulehu
E luana hau`oli ai
E ho`olono like a`e ana
I ka leo hone o ke kai

`Olu`olu i ka pe`ahi
A ka makani aheahe
E ho`oluli mālie nei
I na lau a`o ke kiawe

Ha`ina mai ka puana
No ka nani a`o Hanauma
Ke kai kū`ono hāla`i
Pō`ai ia e nā pali


I am admiring
The beauty of Hanauma
A restful bay
Surrounded by cliffs

Much do I enjoy
The winding road
That leads downward (to)
The wide and sandy beach

A place for the public
To relax happily
To listen together
To the pleasant sounds of the sea

Cooled by the fanning
Of a gentle breeze
That set in motion
The kiawe leaves

This ends my song (of praise)
For the beauty of Hanauma
A restful bay
Surrounded by cliffs


3. Tropic Trade Winds
By John Noble, Mel Peterson, Don George
Out where the moon is shining
Out where the palm trees grow
My heart is always yearning
For the lovliest girl I know

Chorus:
Where the tropic trade winds|
Caress the coco palms
And your sweet aloha
Calls me to your arms

Every dream that happened
Has at last come true
When the tropic trade winds
Blew my love to you

When the ginger blossoms
Scent the fragrant air
There my mem'ries wander
To linger with you there

Where the tropic trade winds
Caress the coco palms
And your sweet aloha
Calls me to your arms

4. Ka Pua Kiele
Words & Music by D. Wong and Robert Cazimero
He `ala onaona ka pua kiele
He pua laha`ole no Hawai`i nei
He pua nani `oe i ka`u `ike
Ma ke kula uluwehi o ia `aina e

E hele makou i Waikiki
E launa makou pili i ke kai
Ma ka moana kaulana no
Keia ahiahi me na hoku nani e

Mapu mai ke aloha hali`ali`a
I ka hanu a ka ipo a mau loa
Ha`ina `ia mai an aka puana
Ku’u pua kiele poina`ole e

Kou la hanau, kou la hanau
Ka pua kiele poina`ole

To Waikiki we go
To gather near the sea
at the famous seaside
this evening of beautiful stars

Loves remembrances enfolds
By the scent of the special on forever
This ends my song
(for) my unforgettable gardenia flower

The fragrance of the gardena
A rare flower of Hawai`i
A beautiful flower to see
on the lush plains of the land

Your birthday, your birthday
The unforgettable gardenia flower


5. Aloha Aku, Aloha Mai
Words & Music by K. Woolford
Helele`i i ka ua tuahine me ka waimaka o ka lani e
Aloha aku, aloha mai, aloha e

Ka lani `akea, ka lani ha`aha`a, mai uka a ke kai `olu malie

Aloha aku, aloha mai, aloha e

Eia no au, aia no `oe, e ho`I mai `oe
I ka poli aloha o Hawai`iakea

Wehi mau I ka uluwehiwehi, ka lani akea, ka lani ha`aha`a
Aloha aku, aloha mai, aloha e


The tuahine rain falls like tears of heaven
Love given, love excepted, love

The vast sky, the humble sky from the uplands to the calm and gentle sea
Love given, love excepted, love

Here am I, there are you, you come back
to the bosom of love that is Hawai`iakea

Adorned alway in the lushness of the vast sky, the humble sky
Love given, long excepted, love

6. Makalapua (The Opening Flower)
Traditional
`O makalapua ulumāhiehie
`O ka lei o Kamaka`eha
No Kamaka`eha ka lei nā Li`a wāhine
Na wāhine kîhene pua

Hui:
E lei ho`i, e Lili`ulani ê
E lei ho`i, e Lili`ulani ê

Ha`iha`i pua kamani paukū pua kî
I lei ho`owehiwehi no ka wahine
E walea ai i ka wao kele
I ka liko i`o Maunahele

Lei Ka`ala i ka ua o ka Nāulu
Ho`olu`e iho la i lalo o Hale`au`au
Ka ua lei kōkō`ula i ke pili
I pilia ka mau`u nēnē me ke kupukupu

Lei aku la i ka hala o Kekele
Na hala moe ipo o Malailua
Ua maewa wale i ke oho o ke kāwelu
Na lei kamakahala o ka ua Wa`ahila

The sweetest and most fragrant flowers of the garden
For the lei of Kamaka`eha
The goddesses of the forest weave a lei for Kamaka`eha
The ladies with baskets of flowers

Chorus:
Here is your lei, o Lili`ulani
Here is your lei. o Lili`ulani

Kamani blossoms plucked and woven with ti
A lei to adorn the lady
Who enjoys to be in the distant upland
With leaf buds from Maunahele

Ka`ala wears a wreath of rain blown rain clouds
That pour their contents on Hale`au`au
Forming a rainbow mist that spreads over the pili grass
Where nênê grass grows close to kupukupu fern

Wearing a lei of hala fruit of Kekele
Hala of Malailua that lovers dream of
Swaying freely over lovers amid kawelu grasses
Kamakahala flower leis of the Wa`ahila rain


7. Koke‘e
Words & Music by Dennis Kamakahi
Upu a`e, he mana`o
I ka wekiu o Koke`e
I ka nani, o ka `āina
O ka noe po`ai`ai

Hui:
`O Kalalau, he `āina la`a
I ka ua li`i li`i
`O Waimea, ku`u lei aloha
Never more to say goodbye

Ho`i mai ana i kahikina
I ka la welawela
I ke kai hawanawana
I Po`ipu ma Koloa

Mele au, no ka beauty
I ka uka, `iu`iu
I Koke`e ua `ike au
I ka noe po`ai`ai

A thought recurs
To the summit of Koke`e
In the beauty of the land
Of the encircling rain
  
Chorus:
Kalalau is a sacred land
In the drizzling rain
Waimea is my beloved wreath  
Returning to the east

In the doubly hot sun
To the whispering sea
At Po`ipu in Koloa


I sing for the beauty
In the lofty uplands
At Koke`e I saw
The encircling mist

8. O Kea‘au I Ka ‘Ehu O Ke Kai
Words & Music by Robert Cazimero
Mahea la e ka onaona
`O kea`au i ka `ehu o ke kai
`Au aku e ha`ena me hopoe
Na wahine lewa ami i ke kai

Kai `ilihia nei I ka mana`o
`O puna paia `ala i ka hala
La`i wale ka nohona o ia `aina
Me ka manu nene i ka `olu

Ke kali mai nei ke aloha
I ka ua wehi o mauna`ihi
Heahea me ka leo nahenahe
Huli aku le e ho`i i ka pili

Ku ke `a`ali`i ha`a I ka makani
Mapu mai ana i ka lei `ilima
Hoalani o ka ua wa`ahila
Kama malu ho`i kau i ka wekiu

Where is the fragrance
In the sea spray of Kea`au
Where Ha`ena and Hopoe swim
The ladies that dance in the sea

Pleasing are thoughts
of Punaʻs walls scented in hala
Tranquil is this land
with nene birds in the calm

I await love
in the rain of Mauna`ihi
the soft voice calls
to return to be together

The `a`ali`i stands in the wind
Surrounded by the `ilima lei
Friend of the Wa`ahila rain
Special child placed at the summit


9. Holoholo Ka‘a
Words & Music by Clarence Kinney
Kāua i ka holoholo ka`a

`Oni ana ka huila lawe a lilo

Ku`u aku `oe a pau pono

Nâ huahelu e kau ana 



`Alawa iho `oe ma ka `ao`ao

Hū ana ka makani hele uluulu

Mea `ole ka pi`ina me ka ihona

Me nā kîke`e alanui



`O ka pā kōnane a ka mahina

Ahuwale nō i ka pae `ōpua

Eia kāua i ka pi`ina pau

A huli ho`i mai kāua



He mana`o ko`u i ke kani ko`ele

Ua haki ka pilina a`o luna iho

He la`i pono ke kaunu `ana

He nanea mai ho`i kau



Ha`ina kō wehi e ku`u lei

Ke huli ho`i nei kāua

Honi aku `oe i ka `ailea

Ke `oni nei ka huila

You and I on a joy ride

Wheels turn and carry us far away

Just relax until no more

Numbers come up



Glance to the sides

Wind whistles come in gusts

Climbing, going down, no matter

Or winding roads



The moon shines brightly

Fair upon the clouds

We are on the heights up there

But turn and go back



I worry about the clanking sound

Springs broken top to bottom

Passion calmed

So delightful



Sing your song my beloved

We go home

Breathing gasoline

Wheels turning

10. Home Paumalu
Words & Music by B. Maka‘iau and Robert Cazimero
Aia i ku`u home kau I ka la`i ma laila
E ho`okipa ana i na malihini, e nanea mai nei

E kipa mai I ke aheahe, Ho`olohe i ka lau niu
I ka `olu o na pua like`ole, e moani mai nei

Ho`opili main a makamaka, E `ai a inu a kena
Launa i`o i`ane`i, e hiamoe mai nei

Kahea mai ke kai, hu`ihu`i I ka `ili e
E ko`i`i`i ke `a`ali`i, e ho`ala mai nei

PUANA KEIA MELE NO PAUMALU E
Puana keia mele no paumalu e

E ho`okipa ana i na malihini, e nanea mai nei
Loved is my home, Placed calmly there
It welcomes visitors to relax and be comfortable here

Welcome the gentle breezes, listen as it rustles the coconut leaves
In company with different flowers, scents fill the air

A gathering of friends eat and drink til satisfied
Lounging everywhere and eventually a nap

The sea calls, cold to the skin
It refreshes the `a`ali`i, waking us to start again

The story is told with this song for Paumalu

It welcomes visitors to relax and be comfortable here
11. Li‘ula
Words & Music by B. Quilloy and Robert Cazimero
Ku ha`aheo na pali o makapu`u
Ka palena a o ka`iwi
I ka `ehu o manana
Hiki mai ke ao li`ula

Kau i ka maka o ka lani `akea
Ka moena `olu i uka
I KE ONE A KE KAI
I ke one a ke kai

Hiki mai ke ao li`ula
Hawanawana ka `ilikai
Home o ka honu kea
Kai moana, kai hohonu

Ha`ina `ia mai ana ka puana
I ka pali a ke kai
He alo ma kahikina
Hiki mai ke ao li`ula

Proud stand the cliffs of Makapu`u
The boundary of Ka`iwi
In the sea spray of Manana
Come the clouds of twilight

Placed in the eye of the vast sky
a comfortable mat on high
to the sand of the sea
Come the clouds of twilight

The whisper of the `ilikai
Home of the white turtel
Sea, ocean, deep sea


Know the echo of my song
From the cliff the the sea
Facing East
Come the clouds of twilight

11. Beyond The Reef
Words & Music by Jack Pitman
Beyond the reef
Where the sea is dark and cold
My love has gone
And our dreams grow old

There'll be no tears
There'll be no regretting
Will he remember me
Will he forget?

Chorus:
I'll send a thousand flowers
Where the tradewinds blow
I'll send my lonely heart
For I love him so

Someday I know
He'll come back again to me
'Til then my heart will be
Beyond the reef


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