1. Keawaiki
Words & Music by Helen Desha Beamer
Eia lä he kono ua loa`a mai Keawaiki
E kipa, e nanea, e ho`olaukanaka
E pä `ina ai ho`i me ia kini
Keiki aloha a Hawai`i
He punahele ho`i `oe na mä kou
He nani a he `olu`olu `i`o nö
Ia home i ka `ae kai
I laila `oe e ola ai
Keiki aloha a Hawai`i
He punahele ho`i `oe na mä kou
Here is an invitation received from Keawaiki
To visit, relax, to get together
And lunch with friends
Beloved son of Hawai`i
You are our favorite indeed
Truly beautiful, cool and comfortable
This home by the sea
You live there
Beloved son of Hawai`i
You are our favorite indeed
2. I Aloha Ia No `O Kanaio
Words by Nina Maxwell, Music by Kenneth Makuakane & Roddy Lopez
I aloha ia nö `o Kanaio
Aloha ku`u one hänau
`Olu`olu i ke ahe a ka makani
Aloha wau iä `oe
Lei Pimoe i ka `ehukai
E Kanaio puna i ke kai
Onaona no kou`ala
Aloha wau iä `oe
U`i maoli këia `äina
He aloha noue Kanaio
I ku`u mana`o iä `oe
Aloha wau iä `oe
Ha`ina `ia mai ana ka puana
Aloha ku`u one hänau
`Olu`olu i ke ahe a ka makani
Aloha wau iä `oe
Beloved is Kanaio
Love for my birthplace
Cool and fresh in the breeze
I love you
Pimoe wears a wreath of sea spray
Springs of Kanaio by the sea
Sweet, your fragrance
I love you
Freshly beautiful, this land
Is love for you Kanio
In my thoughts of you
I love you
The story is told
Love for my birthplace
Cool and fresh in the breeze
I love you
3. Kaläkaua
Traditional
Kaläkaua a he inoa
Ka pua mae`ole i ka la
Ea ea ea ea
Ke pua maila ika mauna
Ke kuahiwi o Maunakea
Ea ea ea ea
Ke `a maila i Kilauea
Malamalama o wahine kapu
Ea ea ea ea
A luna o Uwe Kahuna
Ka pali kapu o Ka`au
Ea ea ea ea
Ea mai ke ali`i kia manu
Ua wehi i ka hulu o ka mamo
Ea ea ea ea
Kaläkaua he inoa
Ka pua mae`ole i ka la
Ea ea ea ea
Kaläkaua is his name
A flower that wilts not in the sun
Tra la la la
Blooming on the summit
Of the mountain, Mauna Kea
Tra la la la
Burning there at Kilauea
The light of the sacred woman
Tra la la la
Above Uwe Kahuna
The sacred cliff of Ka`au
Tra la la la
The bird catching chief rises
Adorned with feathers of the mamo bird
Tra la la la
Kaläkaua is the name
A flower that does not wilt in the sun
Tra la la la
4. Hualälai
Words & Music by Matilda Kauwe
Auhea wale `oe e Hualälai `eä
*Kaulana ka inoa `o Hualälai `eä
Ke kuini `o ke kai Pakipika `eä
`O `oe ka `ulua a`o ka moana `eä
A ka lawai`a a`e li`a mau nei `eä
Ahë sure maoli no me ke onaona `eä
Ua `ohu i ka lei o ka hïnano `eä
Ho`okomo i ke awa a`o Honolulu `eä
Ua piha hau`oli nä malihini eä
Ha`ina `ia mai ana kapuana `eä
*Ha`ina ka inoa `o `eä Hualälai `eä
Ke kuini `o ke kai Pakipika `eä
Listen, this is for you, Hualälai
*Famous is the name of Hualälai
Queen of the Pacific
You are like the ulua in the ocean
A favorite of the fishermen
Surely, I smell the native fragrance
As we are adorned with the hïnano lei
Landing at Honolulu harbor
Newcomers are filled with joy
Tell the refrain of
*Tell of the name of Hualälai
The queen of the Pacific
5. Kealoha
Words & Music by Lei Collins & Maddy Lam
Ma ku`u poli mai `oe
E ku`u ipo aloha
He `ala onaona kou
No ke ano ahiahi
Ma muli a`o kou leo
Ua malu neia kino
He kino palupalu kou
I ka hana a ke aloha
Ua la`i no hoi au
Ka hanu a ka ipo
E ho`oipoipo nei
Nanea pu käua
Ha`ina mai ka puana
E ku`u ipo aloha
He `ala onaona kou
No ko ano ahiahi
Come to my bosom
My beloved sweetheart
Your fragrance is alluring
In the evening time
Because of your wish
This person is set apart
Your person is gentle
At making love
I am very constant
The breath of my sweetheart
Wooing here
We relax together
The story is told of
My beloved sweetheart
Your fragrance is alluring
In the evening time
6. Lovely Hula Hands
Words & Music by R. Alex Anderson
Lovely hula hands
Graceful as the birds in motion
Gliding like the gulls over the ocean
Lovely hula hands, kou lima nani ë

Lovely hula hands
Telling of the rains in the valley
And the swirling winds over the pali
Lovely hula hands, kou lima nani ë

Hui:
I can feel your soft caresses of your hula hands
Your lovely hula hands
Every little move expresses so I'll understand
All the tender meaning
Of your hula hands

Fingertips that say aloha
Say to me again I love you
Lovely hula hands, kou lima nani ë
7. Kimo Hula
Words & Music by Helen Desha Beamer
Aia i ka u ka o Pi`ihonua
Ke kïhäpai pua ulumähiehie
I laila au la `ike i ka nani
O nä pua `ala a he nui wale

Ho`ohihi nä manu o ke kuahiwi
Nâ `i`iwi maka pölena
I ka `ono i ka wai o nä pua
O Moanike`ala i ka uluwehiwehi

Mahalo `iä `oe e ka hoa aloha
I ka ho`okipa e nä malihini
Eia kö lei poina `ole
O Leimakani lei onaona

Ha`ina `ia mai ana ka puana
Moanike`ala i ka uluwehiwehi
Hea aku mäkou e ö mai `oe
Kimo o ka uka `iu `iu he inoa
In the uplands of Pi`ihonua
A flower garden in beautiful array
There I see the beauty
Of the fragrant flowers in great profusion

The birds of the forest are attracted here
The yellow eyed `i`iwi
At the sweet nectar of the flowers
Of Moanike`ala's beautiful gardens

Thank you dear friend
For gracious hospitality to visitors
Here is your unforgettable, beloved
Leimakani, a lei so fragrant

The story is told
Moanike`ala, beautifully verdant
We call, you answer
Jim of the highlands, your name-song
8. Pua Lililehua
Words & Music by Mary Puku‘i & Kahauanu Lake
`Auhea wale ana `oe
E ka pua lililehua
A he `ipo ho`ohenoheno
E ho`ohihi ai no ka mana`o

Iä `oe e `imi ana
I nä nani o ka `äina
Eia nö lä au ma `ane`i
E kali ana i kou ho`i mai

E `alawa mai ho`i `oe
I nei mau maka onaona
He mau maka po`ina `ole
E kapalili ai kö pu`uwai

Hilo pa`a ia ke aloha
I ka lino hilo pa walu
`A`ohe mea e hemo `ai
Me au `oe a mau loa

Ha`ina mai ka puana
E ka pua lili lehua
A he `ipo ho`ohenoheno
E ho`ohihi ai no ka mana`o
This is to you
O sage blossom
A cherished sweetheart
That attracts the mind

While you go seeking
Among the beauties of the land
Right here I remain
Waiting for your return

Glance quickly this way
At these inviting eyes
These unforgettable eyes
That makes my heart tremble

Love is bound fast
With an eight strand lei
There is nothing to separate
You from me forever

This story is told for you
O sage blossom
A cherished sweetheart
That attracts the mind
9. Haole Hula
Words & Music by R. Alex Anderson
Oh when I hear the strains of that sweet Alekoki
And stealing from afar of guitar Penei Nö
When Lili`u ë makes you sway in the moonlight
I know the reason why fair Hawai`i haunts you so

The lovely blue of sky and the sapphire of ocean
The flashing white of cloud and of waves foaming crest
The many shades of green from the plain to the mountain
With all the brightest hues of the rainbow we're blest

I hear the swish of rain as it sweeps down the valley
I hear the song of wind as it sighs through the trees
I hear the crash of waves on the rocks and the beaches
I hear the hissing surf and the boom of the seas

I love to dance and sing of the charms of Hawai`i
And from a joyful heart sing Aloha to you
In every note I'll tell of the spell of my islands
For then I know that you'll be in love with them too

10. Na`u Ho`okahi (My One)
Words & Music by Robert Cazimero
Malie `oe e ku`u pua makamae
I ka la, i ka po
Na`u ho`okahi wale no

He pua nani onaona laha`ole
Kui i ka lei, kui a lawa
I ho`opa`a pono ai

He hanana kuikawa keia la
Me a`u me `oe, me ke aloha
No na kau a kau
Take heed my precious one
In the day, at night
You are my only one

(You are) a fragrant and rare flower
Sewn into a lei, finished
And bound well

(This is) an event of epic proportion
With me and you and love
That will last forever
11. Lei No Ka`iulani
Words & Music by John Edwards
O ua mau pua lehua
I lawe` ia mai no ku`u lani
I wili ia me maile lau li`i
I ohu i wehi no Kaiulani

Me he pünohu` ula ala i ke kai
Ka nohea nohea ke `ike aku
I ku`u wehilani
E ola mau e Kaiulani

Hui:
E ki`i mai ho`i e lei
E Kaiulani i ka`iu o luna
I kö lei lehua pua kea
I wili ia me maile lau li`i
Lei of lehua blossoms
Are brought for my princess
Entwined with strands of dainty maile
Adorned to beautify Kaiulani

As a rainbow over the sea
Is beautiful to see
So is my royal darling
Long may you live, Kaiulani

Chorus:
Come and wear your lei
O Kaiulani, Heavenly-one-above
Your lei of white lehua
Entwined with strands of dainty maile
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