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MUSIC LIBRARY 



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Famous Hawaiian Songs 



Arranged by 

A. R. CUNHA 



Trarulationt by 

W. H. Coney and Solomon Meheula 



Drawings by 

ALLAN DUNN 



PUBLISHED BY 

BERGSTOOM MUSIC COMPANY, LTD. 

HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS 



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Copyrigbt, 1914. by Bergatrom Music Co. 
Infemafkmiil Copyright Secured 



J INDEX 



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Aia a Hone Ana . . ' . .44 

Aloha no Wan i ko Maka (I love your eyes). .... 17 

Aloha Oe! (My Love to You) Song and Ghorns . .8 

Anwe ke Aloha^e Hula ........ 35 

Halialanlani Hula ........ 36 

Halona (Beautiful Mountain) . ..... 24 

Hanohano-e Hula ........ 40 

Hawaii Ponoi National Anthem . . . . ^ 5 

He Inoa no Kaiulani (A Name for Kaiulani) .22 

KaauwUa (Rapid Transit) Hula ...... 43 

Ka Maia o ka Maoli .31 

Ka Ui Kaulana o ka Uhiwai. (The Beautiful Waterfalls) Hula . 45 

Ke Aloha Poina ole (Unforgotten Love) ...... 39 

Kuu Ipo i ka Hee Pue One. ....... 12 

Kuu Pua Rose Lani (The Rose of Heaven) .25 

Lei Aloha (A Love Wreath) ....... 15 

Lei Aha An i ke Aloha o Kaua (Adorning our Love) . .33 

Lia i ke Aloha (Thinking of Love) ...... 29 

Like no a Like (The Same) Solo and Chorus . .10 

Pua He-i (Papaia Blossoms) ....... 27 

▼V aiaiae .......... i v 

Euu Ipo (My Sweetheart) ....... 52 

Pua Mohala (Open Blossoms) ....... 49 

Dear Old Honolulu ........ 46 

Kihene ........ 55 

Honolulu Tom Boy Hula . .58 

Mauna Kea ^^ 60 

He Mana^o He Aloha (Thoughts of Love) ^« . .62 

My Waikiki Mermaid ** 64 

Hula Makee ^^ . .66 

Kawaihau ^^ 68 

Kaua i ka Huahuai (Let us be Dancing) ^^ . .70 

My Hawaiian Maid ^^ 72 

Honolulu Hula. Hula Heigh ^^ . .75 

Hawaiian Hula Song ^^ .... 78 

My Tropical Hula Girl " 80 

My Honolulu Hula Girl '' 82 

Loaa ko Puni Kauoha Schottische. .85 

My Luau Girl ........ 87 

Na Lei Hawaii . .... .89 

Honolulu I Love You . jTharYARDN 91 

UNIVERSITY 
LIBRARY 

FEI 25 1944 




AWAn, Land of Music and Flowen," is an oft repeated phrase heard not only oj the lips of visitors 

to the land of the Kamehamehas, bnt echoed even by those who have lived in the country for years; 

and, indeed, music and flowers do go hand in hand in more intimate a sense in Hawaii than iu 

perhaps any other country the world over. This is a fact that even the most casual observer will 

notice time and again. Take, for instance, the native Hawaiian as he goes forth on some errand 

fraught with pleasure. Invariably it is with wreaths of flowers surrounding his hat and neck, and 

with song bursting forth from his lips. The soul of the Hawaiian is filled to overflowing with poetry, 

and he must needs sing if he is to be happy. 

Indeed, in this land of sunshine and perpetual springtime, with the sea stretching far to the 
horizon and the mountains pointing toward the skies amidst a display of coloring that has never failed 
to delight the eye of the artist, it seems but natural that music shoufd be the accompaniment to such 
beauty and grandeur. So it is the islands over — music and flowers, and poetry pervading the very 
atmosphere. 

The music of the Hawaiians of the olden times, when the white man's foot was unknown on these 

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sea-girt shores, was typical in its nature, and, although the influences of civilisation, bringing with it - 
the music of the Anglo-Saxon, have changed to a very marked degree the original form, its type is still 
distinct for all that. There is in it an inexplicable something which never fails to charm. The music 
of the Hawaiian when once heard, like the music of the Italian boatman as he sends his gondola along, is never forgotten, whether heard on 
native soil or foreign shore. 

The Hawaiians of the olden times bad three or four distinctive types of songs. First may be mentioned the '< Mele Koihonua," or 
royal chants. The ^< Mele Olioli " or love songs compose another type, and the ^* Mele Hula" or dancing songs, still another. Of course, 
there are modifications of these, such as the '^ Inoas " or name songs, composed at the time of the birth of a great chief, and the ^^ Kani- 
kaus," sung at the time of the death of a chief. 

The songs of the first type mentioned were only composed and sung for the high chiefs, while the songs of the second and third types 
were general in their nature and were invariably sung to the accompaniment of instruments peculiar to the Hawaiians. Only the briefest 
mention can be made of them here.. 

Among these instruments was the pahu (ipu hokeo) or drum, fashioned from well seasoned wood and covered with the skin of a shark. 
With this drum was always a smaller one, and upon the two the player kept time while the song was in progress. Another form of drum 
used was made from a species of Hawaiian gourd which sometimes grows to magnificent proportions. This was always placed directly in 
front of a player seated on the fioor, underneath being seiieral thicknesses of mats or cloth, as the case might be. At the ^^ waist" portion 
of this gourd was always to be found a handle by means of which the player was wont to hold the instrument, using the left hand for this 
purpose and the right to tap lightly on the surface while bringing the bottom in contact, at intervals, with the pad of mats or cloth. 

The << Puili " is a bamboo stick divided at the top so that it spreads out like a band. This, too, was used for the purpose of keeping 
time, the method employed being to tap with it lightly on various parts of the body, the sound produced being of a swishing nature. 

The ^^ Uliu-li " is perhaps the most fascinating of these native time keepers. It is a small gourd with a long stem, the point of which 
is decorated with feathers. The seeds are allowed to dry within the gourd, and when the ^' Uliu-li " is rattled in the hands of an expert, 
the sound has the effect of egging one on to the dance. 

When it comes to musical instruments, pure and simple, the Hawaiians of the olden times were not very well supplied. There were 
but two, these being the *^ Hano " or nose fiute, and the '^ Uke-ke " which is simply a JewVharp in the rough. The '* Hano " was made of 
bamboo into which holes had been burned, so that its appearance was very much the same as the fiute of tiiday except that it was, of course, 
very crude. The player, instead of using the mouth, always blew through the nose. This instrument has gone out of use entirely, the 
modem Hawaiians taking more kindly to the fiutes that come from the music stores of the mainland. 

The '< Uke-ke " is usually a slender piece of wood eight or ten inches in length, or even longer, and upon it is stretched a piece of 
'^ Olona," a stout twine made from the fiber of a tree of that name which grows in the mountains of the Islands. One end of this instiii- 
ment is placed between the teeth, while, with a straw, or something of a like nature, held in the right hand, the string is touched with greater 
«r less force according to the various imports of the song being produced, and in faster or slower time according to its nature. 

While among the older natives the music of the days of their fathers and mothers is still prevalent to a g^at extent, the younger 
generation content themselves with more tuneful music, excellent specimens of which may be found in this collection. They love to sing 
of nature and her beautiful manifestations, and when the music of the '< Hula" is on, they like nothing better than to rise quietly and in 
rhythmic motions of the body, feet and hands, and eyes sparkling with joy, give vent to the pleasurable feeling which masters them and casts 
a spell no less impelling than the mysterious power of the mesmerist. 

The instruments of the old Hawaiians have succumbed to the onward march of civilization, and today they are very little used in Ihe 
cities, although in the country districts one may often hear their weird sounds. The guitar, the banjo, the mandolin, the ukulele (modifi- 
cation of a Portuguese fiddle), and the fiute, have taken their place and have come to stay; but, notwithstanding all these changes, the soul 
of the native music is ever pn^sent. It may be in the very atmosphere, and again it may be in the soft melodious voices of the Hawaiians, 
but certain it is that whenever and wherever produced, that indefinable feeling, likened by many unto pathos, comes creeping over one and 
lulls him away to realms that exist only in imagination. There is in it no inspiration to arise and do great deeds such as one experiences 
while listening to some of the masterpieces of the great European composers; rather is there a wooing away to rest and to dreams, and 
into regions where trouble may not enter. 



Honolulu, H. T., Aug. 19, 1902. 



HULILAUAKEA. 



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TRANSLATOR'S NOTE. 



With the polysyllabic Bmoothness of the Hawaiian tongae, boasting all onr vowels and eliminating all our harder consonants, it is an 
impossible task to render into metrical English the rhythm and equivalent meaning of the verses of these stalwart islanders. 

The Hawaiian bard is phonetic in thought, presenting a series of swiftly changing pictures, the apparent lack of connections between 
which causes hesitation in the mind of the listener unfamiliar with the scenes the poet presents and unaccustomed to the hyperbole of his 
description. 

The Hawaiian singer deals m parables, as it were. There is a double meaning in every sentence; often in every word. Each poem is 
an anagram, the meaning of which is patent to the native listeners but a puzzle to those who have learned the sound but not the heart of the 
language or to those who see the thoughts literally translated. Then the accent swiftly changing in a subtle tone the meaning of a word or 
sentence, the swiftness of the outpoured speech, like a mountain stream, halting a moment here, skipping a rock there, bubbling, hesitating, 
but ever rhythmical, makes the task of exchanging the native text for English words that will at once preserve the meaning and the metro, 
a herculean one. Nevertheless, those who play these airs of the Southern seas, breathiog the song of the palm, the surf, the deep valleys, 
the tall mountains, of constellations unknown to colder climes, naturally wish to have some idea of the character of the melodies, whereby 
they may glean some idea of the race and spirit that evoked the song. It should be remembered that every English speaking Hawaiian 
would translate these songs differently. It must be remembered that while the native syllables can be made to fit eighth and sixteenth 
notes easily enough, our own syllables cannot be placed as readily. To sing a Hawaiian melody to English words that preserve the metre 
and meaning, is a wonderful achievement. The translations are meant rather as a guide to the meaning of the song than to be sung to the 
rippling notes of the melodies. 

SOLOMON MEHEULA 



HAWAII PONOL 

NATIONAL HYMN. 



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ThoB sweet memories come back to me 
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Dearest one, yes thou art mine own, 
From thee true love shall neler depart. 



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Maopopo ku^u ike ika nani 
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Mikiala ika nani oia pua. 

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I have seen and watched thy loveliness 
Thou sweet rose of Maunawili 
AndHis there the birds oft love to dwell 
And sip the honey from thy lips. 



Introduction. 

Andante. 



LIKE NO A LIKE. 

SOLO AND CHORUS. 



Arranged by H.BEROER. 




Come,0 come back to me my Honey 
Garlands green for you lam wearing 
Seek me out *mong the bowers in the Talley 
Where the breezes whisperingly sing. 



CAoru»-FoT you, for you my soul is yearning, 
Waiting, pining in the twilight, 
Let us feast in lore till dawning 
Wliilst the bir^ are singing thro'the night. 

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Love is burning still within my breast. 
Thy beauty reflects in mine eyes 
As we proudly ride the ocean^s crest. 



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A- i-a i-ia- i-la kea-Io - - ha, A- i-ai-la- 

The love is there, The thought is there, The meet - ing 




B^ 



%J 



JUi I J- 



i-la ka- a - no 
place is there, 



I 



Hr r n 



M 



P 




A - i-a i-la -i-la ka-pi- 
Wherethe rain falls on Pu - na's 





*: 



n 



U 
bios 



w 



pp l j J i'J^ I . ^ 



na Eo - i a - we i ka wai o Vfu - e 

soms, Where the rain falls on Pu - na's bios 



22 



hu. 
8om6. 



I 




3. 

I lohia Waianu i ka nani 
I lohia Hiilawe i ka olu 
Mikioi ka apona a kahi manu 
Inu wai anuhea Olaa 

4. 
Kaua i ka nani o Hilo 
I ka ulu lehna i Olaa 
I ka wai lana malie i Hauola 
Eola Eaiuonalani 



24 



HALONA. 

BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN. 



J. ELIA. 



Tempo di Valse. 



Arranged by 
SONNY CUNHA. 







He aloha Euu lei Kiele la 
Me oe ke aloha bonito 
A hiki aku wau ilaila la 
Eonikoni i kuu punwai. 

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International Copyright Secared 



35 



Composed by 
SOL A.HIRAM. 



KUU PUA ROSELANI 

THE ROSE OF HEAVEN. 



Arranged by 
SONNY CUNHA. 





k 



%J 



i 



p p ' rr 




Ha no ha - no e ka 
Fa - mons are the 





^)ii| Nj>ii_Jj 



we - hi na ma - nu 
green clad mountains 



I ka no-e a ka - u a li - i 

With the light rains for ey - er 





^ 



^m 



U- i 



spraying 



P' p I p f JiJHjiiTjIir f' 



Ho - - pu - lu i ke o - ho ka pa - la - lai . 

On the fern plumes in mis - ty foon-tains. 




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International Copyright Seeurod 



26 




t 



t 



r r MP 



Me ka ha - nu 
Sweet the scent 



^' I J'^' f' p i F p 



a - a - la ru 
where winds are 



bi - ne 
play . ing. 



^^ 





CHORUS. 



ji jHJ jj jiij J'B [T i r 



I 



i 



Au - he - a la 
Where is found 



ku - u pu - a ro - se 
the heay^ - ly 



la - ni. 
rose? 



ku . . u 
Bloom - in^ 






u - a 1 - a 
where it 



ne - 1 
blows, 



I ka po- li ke 
In the bo-som of a 



ho 
friend. 



Mahalo aku au o ka nani 
Ea ulu wehi ke kaona 
Onaona i poni i ae ke 
Aloha me ka hanu 
Aala rubine. 



a. 




Composed by 
LIZZIE DOIRON. 



PUA HE-I 

PAPAIA (HE-I) blossoms. 



37 



Arranged l^ 
SONNY CUNHA. 



Lively. 





m 



p r [ipip p ipf 




^ 




ne - 1 
blos-8om, 



i ka pa - a o ka 
of the fW-er of the 



he - i 
he - i. 



Ke i ae ne - i lo - ko 
My thoughts vandring there 



E a- 
Makeme 





no - i au i- la - i - la 
tray- el back far hours, 



I-la - i - la no ma - u - a 
To the brink of the pure 



i ka wa- i ka- 
sweet scent - ed 




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Intdrnatlonal Copyright Secured • 



28 







he - ne Wai mu - ki - ki a ka ma -nu 
wa-ters The pret - ty bird-lirgs sip 



I ka li - ko o ka le - ha - a. 
Fromthe heart of the flow-ers. 




CHORUS. 




jijiU'^^'i; M l 



A - ka-hi hoi au a i-ke i ka ha-na a ke ke-hau Ko-lo- na-he o keahi- 

J^GW I see in the beaorty the work of the dew-time, Slow-ly drip - prog each 




fn^ I jTl/^ 




jijiijj' ji ^' ip f ^1 



a- hi 
eye-ning: 



hui - hoi ka po la - i, ka hui ko - ni ke - i - a 

so cold in the night-time. Ah I shiy-er as I think 



an e 
of its 





i-ke a-e ne-i 
clear, crys-tal cold-ness, 



A - -he me- a . li - ke 
Un - like the fond warmth 



me po-li pu-me - ha-na. 
of tlgr bo - som's sweet soft-ness. 




Pau ole ko u hoohihi i ka pua o ka ilima 
I mohala i ke aw^aksa i luhea i ke ahiahi 
Ua ahi mai nei loko i kaiala hoinainau 
Aua no oe e ka nana kani a he keia. 



29 



LIA I KE ALOHA. 

THINKING OF THEE. 



Miss MARTHA K. MAUI. 

Tempo di Valse. 

"mm ia 



Arranged bj 
SONNY CUNHA. 





E aloha a - e a - na no au 
lam think -ingr as Im gaz 



I ka na-ni-o-ka pua po-i-na o - le I-pu 
ingi Ai those e'er re - mem - ber'd flow - ers Onyour 





i 



i 



i - a ke a -la o-na o 
bo - Bom g;eii - tly rais 



na E-u - he - ne ne-i i ka po 
ing, Happier than vhen in their bow 



w 



li 
ers; Howl 





Me oe ke-a - lo - ha pau o 
love thee with - out ceas 



le A ku - u puu wai e lia ne 

ingr, Eachheartbeat isa thought of thee, 



He mo- 
Mild our 




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Inter national Copyright Secured 



30 




a ni 
love is, 



a-a-Ia hu-i - hu 
soft and pleas 



i Ke-a - lo 
ing, liinefor thee 



ha ka 
and thine for 



u 
me. 



a 




CHORUS. Slowly. 




Li - a wau 
Thinking, I 



5 



li . a i ke - a - lo - ha 

am think - iag of lore dear, 



Ka 
And 



hi- ki - na 
as I think 




a - na 
I 




y<^ i i 






WJ 



mai 
long 



^ 



^ 



io 'u ne - 1 
for thee, 



m 



Ras 



^ 



Me 
Long 



oe 
that 



r ir r r r ' 



aku no 
be - side 



1 - a 
me 





u . 
you 



pu 



e Ke-a - lo-ha e 



were 



near Come my lov - er , 



pi- II ka - u 
come with me. 



a 




KAMAIAO KAMAOLI. 



31 



Composed by 
KEKUPUOHI. 



Tempo di Marcia. 



Arranged by 
SONNY CUNHA, 




ka mai - 





a 



ka mao 





'^ J N 



t 



u 



He - no i ka na - hu - na - hu 



* 



i 



H i J J i J 




^^ 






i 



^ 



XX 



u; 



ke ka mau 



pu 



me ka pi 



* 



W=r 





2S 



t 



^^ 



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Internatioiiai Copyright Scoured 



32 




i 



J ij J r r 



ko, 






i 



CHORUS. 



^ 



^ 



ka a - 



I 



xc 



^^ 



He mau- a 



1 - a 



la 



\'>^ r J r I 



111 jj i j 



he mo - mo 



ni 





m 



^m 



XE 



d 



^ 



^^ 




{ 



I 



^ 



XE 



i 



Hj J r r I 



ka ma - 



nu 



he - a - e - a 





m 



^ 



e - a 



ka wa 



^^ 




d ka 



htt Eb - e - 



:» 



5=^ 



j 3 



^ 



WJ 



£SL 



m 



^m 



r If rrr 



3X 



^ 



Ho - 0-- wa - li a ho - o ma - u 




2. A he ono ke haupa iho, 
Ke penu pa ia me ke kai; 
Ke mukiki ma ka lolo, 
He oi aku a ke kuhinia. 



8. Ua ku paha i ka ii 
Newa la luhe i ka wai 
Nipo a haanipo 
Pe u-pe i ka noe. 



i 



33 



LEI ANA AU I KE ALOHA KAUA. 

ADORNING OUR LOVE. 



Composed by 
KEKUPUOHI. 



Arranged bj 
SONNY CUNHA. 





t 



Lei a - na 
The vale of 



^ 



^ 




Nu-u - a - nu 
Nu-u - a - nu 



i ka 
was 




^j^ 



%j 



p 



t 



f 



^ 



f 



tt - a wa- a - hi - 
wrapped in the rain 



la 
faU 



w 



TJ- a ku- i pu-a 

As we ¥rreathed in a 



i j J J J I 



le - i hi - na- 
neck - lace 





hi 
sweet 



na Eui au me na 
flowVs, Close to - geth- er 



pa-ka u-a e-lo- e- 
we stood in the down 




I'^Miiii 



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International Copyright Seenred 



34 




4 



r r r T 




lo, E - lo ma - u - a 
pour, Shiv-'ring with cold 



pu - lu - pe - 
and wet from 



i ke a - 
the show - 



nu. 
ers. 



^n;i# 




J 



^ 



i 



CHORUS. 





I: 



# 



^^ 



m 



^^ 






i 



wm 



p 



lu - u 
as I 



au 
think 



i ka mi 
of de - part 



U 



Me oe a - ku 
Take with you 



ke 
this 





1 . a u - nu 
keep 



sake, 



I ma - ha 
'Twill cure 



m 



¥ 



m 



\ f r jr i ij- l '/fp 




^ 



ne - i - a i - li - hi - 
your heart of its smart 



a. 
ing. 



z 




t 



¥ F 



^ ii fi 



^ 



i 




t 



r^ 







2. 



Lei ana Manoa i ka ua kuahine 
Ua lei kokoula i ke pili 
Pili ia ke aloha i paa iloko 
Kama ia i kamaaina. 



i 



AUWE KE ALOHA E. 



Composer Unknown. 



35 



Arranged by 
SONNY CUNHA 






M 



^ 



ha-na ka 



hi 



o • 



jljllj'j'^- 




I ka u - a ka 



ni le-hu - 





a 



Au-we ke a lo Jia e 



Kai- a-lame-a nu-i 




E Hilo hanakahi 
I ka ua kanilehua 
Auwe ke aloha e 
Puna he paia 
Aala i kahala. 

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International Copyright Secured 



36 



HALIALAULANI. 



Mrs. KUAKINI. 



Tempo di Hula. 



ihJjfO ^ 



f 



'y ^ i 1 . 1^ 



m 



Arranged by 
SONNY CUNHA. 






^ 




m 



m 



^m 



^m 




m 





v y J J' I 



Ku - ma - ka ka i - ke - na i - a 
I pa - ke - le ma - i au i - ka 





Hi - i - la 
nu - i ma 



we 
nu 



I ka pa - pa lo - Id - lu - a 
Ha - u wa - la - au ne - i 



pu - ni 



^m 



t; 




H'lt r^ f^ 




F#=f^ 



^m 





^^m 



r] n 



i 



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International Copyright Seonred 



37 




Mau 
Wai 



ke - le. 
pi - 0. 



;^^ 



^^^^^ 



r^ 1^ 



n r: 



^m 



i 




2. 

Aole no au e loaa mai, 
A he uhiwai au noke kuahiwi, 
A he milimili hoi na ka makua 
A he lei a i na ke kupuna. 

3. 

No Punar ke ala i hali ia mai, 
Noho i ka wailele o Hiilawe ; 
I kapoli no au o Haiwahine, 
I ka poli aloha o Hainakolo. 

4. 

Hookolo ia aku ika nui manu, 
I like ke kaina mekauahoa: 
He hoa oe noka la lealea, 
Nbka nui manu iho haunaele. 

6. 

Eole ko^u nui piha akamai, 
Hala ae na ale o ka moana; 
Hao mai ka moana kauekaweli, 
Mea ole nae ia i neia hookele. 

6. 

Hookele o uleu pili ika uapo, 
Honl malihini au me kuu aloha. 
He aloha ia pua ua lei ia, 
Kuu pua miulana poina ole. 



7. 
Haina ia mai ana kapuana, 
No Puna ke ala i hali ia mai. 



39 



KE ALOHA POINA OLE. 



Miss MARTHA E.MAUI. 

Mdderato. 



Arranged by 
SONNY CUNHA. 






Ku - ma - ka ka i ^ ke - na 



^ 



la 



Hi- i - la 



-Q 



we 




I 



HM. 



M 



i 



f 



i 



I 




<> f ^f 



I 



i 



f 



i 



I ka pa - pa 




t 



f 



^ 



^M 



WJ 




lo - hi - wai 



ao Ma-u 



-9 



i 




ke 



le. 



m 




I pakele mai an i ka nni majm 
E hau walaau nei puni ke kaona 

3 

Aole no au e loaa mai 

A lie uMwai au no ke kuahiwi 



He hiwahiwa an na ka Makna 
A he lei ia na ke knpona 

5 

Mapuna ke ala i halii mai 
Noho i ke onaona ao ka hinano 



6 

I ka poli hei au Hai Wahine 
I ka poli aloha Hainakolo 

7 
Hookolo aku auika ntii manu 
Ua like ke kaina me ke kauoha 



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International Copyright Seonred 



40 



^^ 



HANOHANO-E. 



Composer Unknown. 

Moderate. 

iji JJUIJI 

/ 



^M 






i 



/ 



i 



Arrang^ed by 
SONNY CUNHA, 



I n^ n J I 




J 




i 





* 



? 



w 




t 



t 




% 



i 



XX 



^ 



£ 



3 



i 



Copyright 1902 by WILLIAM H. CONEY, Honolulu,T.H. 
International Copyright Secnred 



^i 



I ka 



u Vi I i 




3 



i 



u - a 



T^ 



t 



I 



^ 



) 



41 




^^ 




i 



ka - nu le - hu 



a 



■^ 



p 



p 



3 



I 




3. 



Hanohano-e o Hamakua^ 
I ka makani-e lau a ma VL-e, 



3. 

Hanohano-e o Kohala-e 
I ka makani-e apaapaa-e. 



4. 



Hanohano-e Kawaihaa-e 
I ka kai-e hawanawana-e. 



5. 



Hanohano-e a o Waimea-e 
I ka ua-e Mpuupuu-e. 



6. 

Hanohano-e ao Mana-e 
I ka noe-e a ka uhiwai-e. 



7. 

Hanohano-e a Kona-e 
I ke kai-e maokioki-e. 



Composed by 
Miss MARTHA K.NANL 



Moderato. 



KAAUWILA. 

(RAPID TRANSIT.) 



48 

Arranged by 
SONNY CUNHA. 





ke ka- a ra-pid tran-sit 



ka^ - u a - lo 



ha. 



I ka 




no- me 



ma - li - e i ke a - la - ha - o. 




2. Hao ana e ka mana o ke kalai^a, 
Ehuehu i ke kulaloa o ka lihi. 

3. Ha lai ka helena me kuu aloha, 
Hone ana ka manao i kuu poll. 

4. Hoolale mai ana a e hull hoi, 
E ike i ka nani o ke kapitala. 

5. Kaihona o ke kula la o Kalihi, 
Fb ena ka makani poai hale. 



6. Uaila wau i kilohi iho ai, 

I ka nani uluwehi a o ke kaona. 

7. Kau nui aku hoi ko'u manao, 
£ ike i ka nani a o Manoa. 

8. Ilaila wau ai i ka iho ai, 

ke alanui nani kikeekee. 

9. ka hana ana ia a ka uwila 
He pakika he nahee ka ihona paJ 



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International Copyright Secured 



44 



AIA A HONE ANA 



Composed by 
Miss HATTIE K.HIRAM- 



Arr angled by 
SONNY CUNHA 






Ai-a i-he-a ai i*hoo-e ai akapo 



ne 



Ai-a ke te - le 




l ii. jjj^^ 



"fj 




ai 



i-a ka fo-na ai- a ka ho-ne-ho-ne a 



na. 




2. Ai i ka ma, ai a ka ha, ai ae nei au, 
Ai ewalea, ai ae ana, ai a komo aka ia. 

3. Ai maipii,ai koi oe aia i ke akule. 

Ai ikaika,ai noho mai ai a ka hohonu. 



4. Aia he hewa,ai iho oe, aia i ka anac 
Ai ikaia,ai lawalu,ai a ka hoomoemoe. 

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International Copyright Secured 



Gompoeed by 

KEKUPUOHI. 

Intro.Tempo di Hula- 



KA UI KAULANA KA UHIWAI. 

THE BEAUTIFUL WATERFALLS. 



45 

Arranged hj 
SONNY CUNHA. 





Moderato. 




I a - lo - ha Ma - na 
A he ho- a kni- ui - li 



i ka u . hi - wa 
ho-e e ke an 





no - e a ka 
ho- oi po - i 



u - a 
po- i 



ki-ko-ni i - li. 
me ke ke - ha - u. 




2. Ke pu-a mai la i Waialeale, 
Pohai luna i ka iwi polena. 

I mahui au i ke kani a ka iwa, 
I ka hone a ka leo a ka naulu. 

3. Ulu mai ka manao lia i ka nani, 
Kuu hoa i ka ehu-ehu a ka noe. 
Ke uleuleu nei no Waimea, 

E ka una me ka ua kipuu. 



4. ke ani peahi a ka lau niu? 
Kuu ipo i ke kai hawanawana. 
Kau mai ka halia no Honolulu, 
Kuu ipo i ka lai o ke kaona. 

6. E hea mai ka leo i mehana wau, 
E ka ui kaulana o ka uhiwai. 
Hea aku makou,o mai oe, 
Kalamkauleleiaiwi oe. 



Copyright 1902 hy WILLUM H.GOKEY,Hoiioliaii,T.H. 
International Copyright Secured 



46 



DEAR OLD HONOLULU 



Moderate 



Words and Music by 
"SONNY" OUNHA 




\ 




p ^ ^ ^ r*^' '^' ^ p ^ p p ^ ^^ 



1. Fair green hills and wav- ing palm trees, Laogh-ing wa - ters, brill - iant 

2 From the snm-mit of the Pa- li, Down the steep Nun- a - nn vale. 





;' 1 ^ j i 'I' I I o .j i J I > , ji . .11 1 




Ev - ^ry -thing that tends to hearts -ease, Ev - ^ry-thing to please the eyes. 
Blows the kind-ly north- ern trade -'wind. Cool - ing,friend- ly, wel - come gale, 




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International Copyright Secured 



47 




' p p p M M*^' ^' I p p p p P ^' r 



We have foand in Hon - o - lu - lu, We who come from for - eign parts, 
Ev - er as it bends the palm trees. Hear we whis-pers from a - bove, 





* 



m 




p P P Ji J^ i p- Jip- J (?• Ji ^ I I 



44 



Bat the dear - est fas - ci - na - tion Gomes from out your big warm hearts. 
Ling - er with us and we'll teach you, How • to rest and how to love.^^ 




CHORUS 




Hon - - lu - lu town, Smil-ing in rain - bow rays, 



48 



1^ ' p 11-^^ p p7 



f 



^ 




p 



P 



i 



i 



I 



My all Icl give if I could live, With you al 



ways 



i ii^^if^ 





^ 



I J. i'Jg 



s 



i^ 



^^ 



Take we a fond re-mem-b ranee, Of ev-^ry smil-ing. faee, 



_ So 



iH-^ 



I/... 




^^^ J p J "f 





^ 



^ 



f 



i 



/) if 

^7 ^ 



good - bye 



f M P 



^ 



s 



^ 



f 



Hon - o - lu - lu,YouVe a dear old 



m 




place. 



PUA MOHAL A 



49 



DAVID NAPE 



VOICE 



PIANO 



Andante 





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^ ^ 



i 



dJJO^ 




Hoo 



na 
na 




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so 






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a 




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■>' ji j i J 



^ 



m 



la i - ho i - ka 
ni a - e o - ke 



po 
a 



li 
la 



\ 



ka 
Me ka 





Ho- o- 
Ho - o - 




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c 



I 



1u - me 
e - no 




p 



i 



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i 



a - na hoi 
ka pu 



ra 
- u 



lo 



ko 



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rf"";^ i i , 



j' jti j' J) i' U 



Li - a wa - - le a - ku ka - ma - na 




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p-f 



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li - na a - na me 



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53 



BeqMOtf oily Dedicated te H.1LB. 

KDUIPO 



Andante non troppo 



VOICE 



PIANO 



DAVID NAPE 






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53 



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a 
ia 



no - 
ka 



hea 
leo 



I 
I 






lu 
ka 



pe a i - ke 
pa - ne a - na 






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54 



CHORUS 




Ma 



ij' I |J> Ji ji ff ^ 



^ 



na-r u e ho - ni 



a 



ku ho 




J' l l'-l^ i (T J) 






tJ 



|3 




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^ 



« 



pi - ha. i - ke lo 



ha 




^ 



^ 





^m 



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KIHENE. 



55 



Andante moderato. 



MEKIA KEALAKAI. 




ypF? 



P h \ ^'h>i 




No we lo a - ka u - li - i li - i 

I me ha- na no -an i ka le - o 



Ai o-no a 

Po-li - na he-o 



ke koo - 




LLUfSi^ ^ 




^ 



^ jiJ'j jijir" p 



f 




* 




pu - na 
la - u 



He ' pu-a nake ao na - u - lu 
Ho- - la-le maia-na - ne pi - li 



Ho-ni an 
Me kmi ho 



a ho - o ma'- 
a i ke - 





m 



r h^^'h. ^"^-M 



i 



r I f J- 



-_ - i-a no 
a.. Ua ka - a-na pu 



a me a - u 
ia me kea loha 



Eai i - ke 
Ua uo i 




la me^ 
a a 




f. K 



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Iniernationai Cop ff right Secured 



56 




m 



t 



hu - na 
pa - a 




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Besp«otfall]r Dedicated To Mlas DorotlqrK.Hurd 

MY HONOLULU TOMBOY 



Tempo (U Hula. 



VOICE 



PIANO. 



SONNY CUNHA. 




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1. She is my 
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dear lit- tie sweet lit-tle Hon-o - lu - In lu lu lu Tom - boy . 
take her a- long to the ho-tel an-nex for a ca- noe ride 



She lives on 
Puts on her 




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Oh how she loves to dance when in a trance shell 
Sits on my lap all night holds on so tight you 





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MAUNA KEA 



Words by 
Mrs. M. FERNANDEZ 



Moderate 



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Ai - na ka - u 



la - na 



Hi-lo ha - na 






a ka ina - li - hi 



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He aloha Mokuola a e ku nei, 
I ka uluwehi i ka lau o ka niu. 



Onaona na maka o kamalihini 
I ka hoopulu ia e ka ua noe, 



E kilohi i ka nani o Waiakea, 
Me ke one anapa i Waiolaina. 



Noe mai ke aloha o na Mana Lani, 
Kiai maluhia me ke ahonui. 



Malama ke aloha waiho iloko, 
Ke kuleana o ka hiki ana aku. 



Haina ia mai ana ka puana. 
Lei ohuohu i ka lei Pai Niu. 



Auhea la o ka Nuku o ka Manu, 
Me Leleiwi i ka ehu o ke kai. 



Haina hou ia mai ana kapuana, 
Ku u Lei Mokihana poina ole. 



62 



HE MANAO HE ALOHA 

OLD HAWAHAN HULA 



Arranged by 
"SONNY" OUNHA 




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2. He ma - na ku - u ho 

4. B-lu-a ma - u 



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Sure la he a na la 




no ho mai ika na 

i ka po - - u 



he - le 
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Sure la he a na la 



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6. Ua o Hanalei 

anu an maeele. 

8. Ua ann hoi au 

i ka ua noe anu . 

7. Na hau o maihi 

au ana i ke kai. 

8. Na ulu o wehi 

punohn mai ana . 



9. Ke ala o ka ha la 

hala o mapuaena. 

10. Onaona i ka ihu 

ke ala pua loke . 

11. Hone ana ika manao 

e naue kuu kino. 

12. Ko hiki ana mai 

hau oli kuu manoa. 



13. Haina ka puana 

o kalani kaulilan. 



64 



MY WAIKIKI MERMAID. 



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Tempo di Hula. 

Siotff movement. 



A.R.CUNHA. 



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EvItj eve-ning I meet her, Onthe beachatWai4d-ki I greet her, Noth-ing 
You should see her hj moon-light. She's the cut-est lit-tle thing that's liv - ing^ Kiss-es 




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nor neat - er, Than my mer-maid of the Southern seas, 
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Should you see her in bath-ing, Shewduld sure -ly set you all a rav-ing, Rub-ber 
Should you ev-er go rid-ing, Dont be fool-ish let her do the driv-ing, Noth-ing 





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neck-ing heart break- ing, Pret*ty mer-maid of the Southern seas, 
do - ing just coo - ing? Pret-ty mer-maid of the Southern seas. 




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HULA O MAKEE 



Tempo di Hula. 



Arranged hy 
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Au he a i - ho 



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My lit - tie 
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She is the sweet - est things that ey - er you saw breath - ing. 
Akama hi la - ni la - e hu - li he le ne - i. 



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let 
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ho - nejr cream - let 
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For her these f rargrant f lowVs in - to a lei Im wreath - ing. 
Ka-wa- i - ho ka-pa ka - hi - i -ka a pa - pa. 




My honey girlie, 

Each morning early, 

I wake from dreaming 

And I think I see her smiling. 

At night time weary, 

The hours dreary, 

They go by quickly 

With her my thoughts beguiling. 



ke kani honehone ake veve, 
Ae hai mai ana la ikalono, 
ka hola umi ia oke aumoe 
Kaalo Malulani mawaho pono, 

Ahe ee kakeke mai nei au. 
No neia o neki niu akea, 
Akea ka Moana nou e Makee, 
Make kai holuholu o ka ieie. 



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KAWAIHAU. 

HAWAII^ RAG-TIME. 



Moderato. 



MEKIA KEALAKAI. 



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Wa - la - a a 

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KAUA I KA HUAHUAI. 



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I have a la - dy who I'll mar-ry may be, 
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She 18 the fair -est the rar- est of them all. She's my Ha-wai-ian Ha* la Queen, 
E kaume a - e-liane i, li^ihoapa-a- pa. 




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sweet-est ev - er seen 

ma i - e 



On her I ev-ery eve-ningr 
lo - a - a - po - no ka 



call, 
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Ah there my la - (fy 
Ea u * a i * ka 



Ho - ney-su-ckle ba - by, Stay there my ba - by 
Hu - a hu - a - i, E - n he ne la - i 




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Ah , 1- there sweet ba - by mine 

Puku kn i lu-*a 




Look-ing: mighty fine, — 
I ke ko- e ko - e, 



Wait P there 111 be there mighty 
Ha-nu li - po o - ka pa 



soon, 
la . 



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Honeysuckle twinixig,moon is brightly shining, 
Pahn trees a-waying,the ocean sings a song;* 
Swiftly my canoe, can glide, on the gleaming tide, 
Singing as I paddle fast along. 



I aloha wau ia oe, 
I kan hanahanapono, 
Lai ai ke Kaunu meiala. 
Ho apaapa ika manao. 



73 



MY HAWAIIAN MAID. 



INTRO. 
Tempo de Hula. 



Words and Husie arranged by 
SONNY CUNHA.. 



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3. She kind-ly took me 




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ho - - - ome 



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With a pret - ty smi - - le 



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ki - i . i - i 
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Although I wa s an old Kamaa ina 
And was a wela e, kapu pu tu^ 
With a sure kela, Aole puni puni. 

And with tears down^ my Lu Lu's cheeks^ 
She said aole male^ hut munuwahi^ 
she and I, we did live high. 

Ha ina ia mai^ ana Kapuana^ 

My Hawaiian Maid^ nui nui hana hana^ 

With a silly smlle^ In Hawaiian style. 



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Honolulu Hula-hula Heigh! " 



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Hawaiian Hula. 



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In hula time. 



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from Or - e-gon are aQ 

go girls for your ^od looks win 



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love you. 



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Sinp - ing* Hon - o - lu • lu Hu - la • hu - la 
If they'd on * ly dance the Hu la - hu - la 

Sing^ ^ ing Hon - o - lu - lu Hu - la- hu - la 



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Heig'hl 
Heigh! 




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Every Frisco girl that comef; to Honolulu 
Sees the Hcmolulu Hula Hula Heigh! 

By the time they leave Honolulu, 
They dance the Honohilu Hula-Heigh! 

6. 

Miss Alice R. has heen to Honolulu, 
And she's seen the Honolulu Hula Heigh! 

I het before she saw the Phillipinos 
She tried the Honolulu Hula-Heigh 

6. 

Haina ia mai ana Kapuana 

Singing Honolulu Hula hula Heigh! 
Oh the Honolulu girls are all right 

jstren nous Shout| 
< SURE ' 

With the Honoluhi Hula -hula-Hei^! 



78 



Dedicated toHrs.Dargie 



HAWAIIAN HULA SONG 



Arranged by 
"SONNT'^OUNHA 



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6. Haina ia mai ana ka puana 

Ona kahuli hone ika pill ehu kai. 



80 



MY TROPICAL HULA GIRL 




Tempo di slow drag 



Worrls und Music by 

"soJVjyrycuNHA 



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shi - i - ning bright, 
CO - coa -nut palms, 
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And there^s goin* to be a 
With a hu - la, hu - la 
You're a dum- my if you 




hu - la to - night, 
girl in your arms, 

dare to de- eline, 



Sure a 
Sure a 
If you 



hu- ia to - night, 
girl in your armSt 
dare to de . cline. 



at 

life^ 
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Wa-i - ki. ki, _ 
sim-pIy sub- lime, 
out for a time, 




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Where the breakers they are roll- ing in high. 

When yoif re spooning in a trop-i - cal clime, 

She can have it in a trop-i -cal clime, 



Where theyVe roll- ing in hi - 
In a trop-i - cal cli- 

In a trop-i - cal cli- 




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girl - ies in reach, 
gaze in her eyes, 
hu-la is *Tau" 




Will beprano-ing up and down on the beach. 
She will quick- ly let you know she is wise, 
Youll be feel -ing kind of we- la- ka- hao, 



Up and 
Let you 
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down oi]i the beach, they've noth-ing to do, 

know she is wise, so take it from me,_ 

we- la- ka- hao, and rav-ing for more. 



But to pad -die in their 
Keep on spooning 'neath the 
When you have to leave this 







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lit - tie ca - noe, 

CO - coa - nut tree, 

beau - ti - ful shore. 



In their lit - tie ca - noe 
'Neath the co- coa - nut tree 
Leave this beau-ti - ful sho 



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list <i 2nd time. 



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In their lit - tie ca - noe 
'Neath the co-coa-nut tree 
Leave this beau-ti - ful sho - 



3. 'Neath sway-ing 
5. She hu - la's 



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Respectfulty dedicated to Rene Dietrich 

My Honolulu Hula Girl 



Words and Music by "SONNY" CUNHA 



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All the time, in the trop-i-cal clime, Where they do the hu-la hu-la 

Out at the beach, with your dear lit-tle peach, Where the waves are rolHng in so 





dance, 
high,- 



I fell in love, with a choc- o -late dove, While 

Holding her hand, while you sit on the sand, You 




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learn -ing that ftin-ny fun-ny dance; 
pr om-ise you'll win her heart or die ; 



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This poor lit - tie kid, why 

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is all in a whirl;. 



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made up my mind) that I struck a find, The on -ly girl Id dare a - dore. 
get in a pinch, go to it's a cinch. When spooning with a hu-la girl. 




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love 



a pret-ty lit -tie Hon-o - lu - lu hu-la hu-la girl, 



She's the 




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Hu- la girl, 



She will sare-ly make you gig-gle, 





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Hu - la girl, 



With her naughty lit - tie wig-gle, 



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try to make this hu-la hu-la girlie mine, This girl-ie mine, 'Oaose all the while I'm 





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dreaming of her, My Hon-o - lu - lu ha - la 



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LOAA KO PUNI KATIOHA, 

SCHOTTISCHE. 



MEKIA KEALAKAI. 




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MY LUAU GIEL 



Words by 
Dr. G. H. STOVER 



Music by 
HENRY KAILIMAI 



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And she danced around the floor; 

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And I loved her more and more. 



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Late a Taxi took us homeward, 

And I hugged and squeezed her tight; 
E hana hou iho hoi,she whispered, 
So I called again next night. 



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Some days we drive to the Pali, 

And make love beneath the trees. 
And she strums her Ukulele, 
As we sit there in the breeze. 



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Every day we are together. 
And contentment fills my breast; 
We are happy all the day-time, 
But the night-times are the best. 



R«tfpectfally dedicated to Miss Louise Xe Namara 

Na Lei Hawaii 

Song of the Islands 



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(Dance of the Lei Girls) 




Kaulana Molokai 1 ka Ulukukui 

Lanikaula a me ka wailele o Moaula. 

Ohuohu Oahu i ka ilima, 

He kohu manu oo hulu melemele o ke kuahiwi. 

Lei Kauai i ka Mokihana, 

Lauae o Makana o ka^u aloha no ia. 



Niihau,KahooIawe,Lanai, 

Hooheno me ka pupu,ka hinahima me ke kaunaoa 

Haina ia maiana ka puana, 

Na Lei o Hawaii, na Lei o Hawaii, e o mai. 



HONOLULU I LOVE YOU 



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Composed by Harry Lauder 

as a tribute to Honolulu 
after his visit of March 16,1914 



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