I Want to Download Free Hawaiian Music – Hawaiian Music Lyrics & Aloha in My Mind

I want to download free Hawaiian music, download Aloha in my mind. I want to embrace those magical love songs, Elvis is King, Don Ho, da kine. Hawaiian music lyrics, fill my heart with your joy, forever loving these islands, the taro and the poi. Bruddah IZ, “Facing the Future”, singing “Over the Rainbow” and “Ua mau ke ea o ka » ina i ka pono”.



Body:

I want to download

free Hawaiian music

download Aloha

in my mind.

I want to embrace

those magical love songs

Elvis is King

Don Ho

da kine.

Bruddah IZ,

“Facing the Future”

singing “Over the Rainbow”

and “Ua mau

ke ea o ka » ina

i ka pono”

Bruddah IZ,

Hawaiian Supah-man

he came and he blessed us

and for Hawaii

most firmly

took a dedicated stand.

Hawaiian music lyrics

fill my heart with your joy

forever loving these islands

the taro and the poi.

“The Life of the Land

is Perpetuated

in Righteousness”

Children of the aina

taking a stand.

Singing out with Aloha

defining love

at its best.

Kama»aina

child of the land

Ukuleles playing

sing along

Kapunas chanting

take a stand

Hawaii forever

forever

live their song.

I want to download

free hawaiian music

embrace its soulful meaning

hold it close

to my heart,

by the sea

Hawaiian music

forever freeing.

Oh Kauai, Hawaii

the island sings along

majestic and sacred

with dignity

this island

forever strong.

Hawaiian local music lyrics

I am blessed by the words

forever in my spirit

loving its oceans

its mountains

and its soaring birds.

Palm trees swaying,

Keali’i Reichel

dancing hula

in the moonlight

as his stories

he tells.

Summers with his Tu Tu

on the windward side

Maui sweet Maui

glowing with pride.

Kamakawiwoole,

Reichel,

Pahinui

slack key

sweet guitar

singing and chanting

so fully.

Oh Hawaii, Hawaii

live your song near and far

for the the land

and your beautiful sea.

Aloha forever,

keikis

sweet babies

know who you are!

I want to download

Hawaiian music

download Aloha

in my mind.



Source by Kathy Ostman-Magnusen

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