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chico Lyr Add: Hale'iwa Hula (2) Lyr Add: Hale'iwa Hula 16 Apr 06



(Bb C#° Cm7 C#° | Bb C#° Bb/A/Bb/G7)

G7             C7
Hanohano nô Hale'iwa                        Distinguished is Hale'iwa [w=v voiced fricative]
F7         Bb C#° (Bb/A/Ab/G7) (x2)
Ku'u home aloha                                My beloved home

U'i nô 'o Pua'ena                        Beautiful is Pua'ena and
Ka 'ehukai hâwanawana                        The whispering spray of the sea

Kilakila 'o Hale'iwa                        Majestic is Hale'iwa
Ka hale kipa o nâ malihini                The inn for visitors
        
Ha'ina 'ia mai ka puana                        Tell the refrain
Hanohano 'o Hale'iwa                         Distinguished is Hale'iwa

[1940's style chorus]
Mopping Hale'iwa at the sugar bar
We dance to music underneath the stars
By the old plantation in my lua town
Pua'ena is where we fool around



[Source Recorded by Amy Hânaiali'i Gilliom, composer Jennie Woodd's grandaughter, Copyright 1934, 1963 Miller Music Corp - Pua'ena is the point at Waialua Bay, the home of Pele before she went to Kilauea on the big island. Verse 3 - August 1899, Hale'iwa Hotel opened with a dinner party for invited dignitaries and selected members of the press. Guests were shuttled to the train station in Iwilei, boarded a private VIP railroad car and taken by train to the new hotel on the North Shore. Situated on a sloping bank at the mouth of the Anahulu River, a Japanese style bridge arched over the pond at the river's edge. Each room decorated uniquely, no two alike, included a wash closet and modern conveniences such as a telephone. The hotel was regarded as equal to or even finer than the best hotels in Europe and the mainland. Curtis Iaukea, who first managed the hotel from 1899-1909, was credited with popularizing the vacation spot. In the early 1920's, the package would include the train ride from Honolulu to Haleiwa and back, overnight accommodations, and use of all facilities for $10.00. Business declined and by 1928, the hotel was no longer profitable. There were attempts to run it as a private club and during World War II it was an officer's club, but the hotel never reached her previous glory. By the late 1940's, the hotel was vacant and finally demolished in 1952.]


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