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He Mele No Lilo

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Uploaded on Sep 3, 2008

Thank you so much for all the views and comments!!! "He Mele No Lilo," performed by Mark Keali'i Ho'omalu and the Kamehameha School Children's Chorus Vocal 1 (Overlapping):
Great thanks to the lady chief
Lili`ulani (Lili`uokalani) [`o ka wo hi ku?]
Captured the rainbow watercolors
Dive until [halikeole'e?]
The eyes look to the nurturing dawn
Hawai`i expands to Kaua`i

Vocal 2 (Overlapping):
The queen of Hawaii
Stands at the island at the Crown
The works of the passing love
[Ana i ka?] gently flowing
In the nurturing sky
From the heavens

Kalakaua is his name
The flower that doesn't wither in the sun
The flower blooms on the mountain
on the high hill of Mauna Kea

Glowing white is Kilauea
Radiant sacred woman
Atop Uweka Huna (Crying Priest Crater)
on the sacred cliff of rising rain

The chief comes to catch the bird
To adorn himself in the feathers of the mamo
The beautiful flower of Hawai'i
Kalakaua is his name

Kalakaua is his name
The flower that doesn't wither in the sun
The flower blooms on the mountain
on the high hill of Mauna Kea

Glowing white is Kilauea
Radiant sacred woman
Atop Uweka Huna (Crying Priest Crater)
on the sacred cliff of rising rain

Vocal 1 (Overlapping):
Great thanks to the lady chief
Lili`ulani (Lili`uokalani) [wo ka `o hi ku?]

Vocal 2 (Overlapping):
The queen of Hawaii
Stands at the island at the Crown

The chief comes to catch the bird
To adorn himself in the feathers of the mamo
The beautiful flower of Hawai'i
Kalakaua is his name

In the heavenly name of Kalakaua — cast forth!

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