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Hawaii 78 ukulele

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A                    F            G      A 
Ua mau, ke ea o ka 'aina, i ka pono, o Hawai'i 
       A                    F            G      A 
Ua mau, ke ea o ka 'aina, i ka pono, o Hawai'i 


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If just for a day our king and queen  
F 
Would visit all these islands and saw everything 
G                                            A 
How would they feel about the changes of our land 


A 
Could you just imagine if they were around 
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And saw highways on their sacred grounds 
G                                          A 
How would they feel about this modern city life 


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Tears would come from each others eyes 
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As they would stop to realize 
G                                         A 
That our people are in great great danger now 
A                F                G                       A 
How, would they feel, could their smiles be content, then cry 


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      Cry for the gods, cry for the people 
      F 
      Cry for the land that was taken away 
      G                         A 
      And then yet you'll find,    Hawai'i  


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Could you just imagine if they came back 
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And saw traffic lights and railroad tracks 
G                                          A 
How would they feel about this modern city life 

 
A 
Tears would come from each others eyes 
F 
As they would stop to realize 
G                                      A 
That our land is in great great danger now 


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All the fighting that the king had done 
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To conquer all these islands now these condominiums 
G                                   A 
How would he feel if he saw Hawai'i nei 
A             F               G                       A 
How, would he feel, would his smile be content,  then cry 


       A                    F            G      A 
Ua mau, ke ea o ka 'aina, i ka pono, o Hawai'i 
       A                    F            G      A 
Ua mau, ke ea o ka 'aina, i ka pono, o Hawai'i

            
            
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nolahorserider 12 Apr 20, 2015 06:06 AM

This is one of my favorite IZ songs. He was certainly a wonderful man! His voice is so soothing and real! He has feelings in his songs!

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