Hawai'i Aloha (Beloved Hawaii)

DESCRIPTION: Hawaaian. "E Hawai'i, e ku'u one hanau e." "Oh Hawaii, O sands of my birth, my native home." The singer urges listeners to rejoice in Hawaii. He hopes for God's blessing on the island and describes its beautiful features
AUTHOR: Lorenzo Lyons (died 1886)
EARLIEST DATE: 1970 (Elbert & Mahoe, Na Mele o Hawai'i Nie, according to Cohen)
KEYWORDS: foreignlanguage nonballad home
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REFERENCES (1 citation):
Cohen-AFS2, p. 690, "Hawai'i Aloha (Beloved Hawaii)" (1 Hawaiian text plus English translation)
File: CAFS690A

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