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    Baby Carrots... Thunder Thief!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gyosh View Post
    I was hoping to be able to learn how to sing a Hawaiian song but this looks like it's going to be an uphill battle.
    E Huli Makou.
    I know you can do that one.
    Super easy.
    Sure, it may not be that glamorous or great of a song, but if you learn that one, the next one will be easier.
    The words are simple and repeat A LOT.
    Three chords.
    I know you can do it!
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    My neighbor had his downspout come off, so he just has one elbow coming off his gutter. We are having a steady light rain. The water is coming out this elbow and falling about eight feet into a puddle at the corner of his house. It's a pleasant babbling brook sound. Enjoy the simple things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pueo View Post
    E Huli Makou.
    I know you can do that one.
    Super easy.
    Sure, it may not be that glamorous or great of a song, but if you learn that one, the next one will be easier.
    The words are simple and repeat A LOT.
    Three chords.
    I know you can do it!
    Because more than three chords, is just showing off?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pueo View Post
    E Huli Makou.
    I know you can do that one.
    Super easy.
    Sure, it may not be that glamorous or great of a song, but if you learn that one, the next one will be easier.
    The words are simple and repeat A LOT.
    Three chords.
    I know you can do it!
    I can do that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gyosh View Post
    I can do that one.
    Video shortly?
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    E Huli Mākou
    By David Chung
    Vamp: G7 C7 F
    F
    E huli, e huli mākou
    G7
    e huli, e huli mākou
    C7
    Kou maka, kou lima me kou kino e
    F
    Ke aloha mai

    F
    I mua, i mua mākou
    G7
    i hope, i hope mākou
    C7
    Kou maka, kou lima me kou kino e
    F
    Ke aloha mai

    F
    E huli, e huli hoʻi mai
    G7
    e huli, e huli hoʻi mai
    C7
    Kou maka, kou lima, me kou kino e
    F
    Ke Aloha Mai
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukulelerob View Post
    Because more than three chords, is just showing off?
    I was told there are only 12 letters in the Hawaiian language. Same reason?

    I'm sure there is a lot more to it than that though.
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    The other fun thing about that song is ALL hula dancers know it. It is a "beginner" or Keiki (kids) song that everyone who learns hula learns to dance.
    So if you bust that out around a hula dancer, they will dance it.
    The words are literally the directions of how to dance the hula.
    Turn, go forward, go back, return

    Your eyes, your hands, express love.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukulelerob View Post
    I was told there are only 12 letters in the Hawaiian language. Same reason?

    I'm sure there is a lot more to it than that though.
    Polynesians have a close family of languages. Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Maori (New Zealand) native speakers of their language will be able to understand others. They have different consonants.
    Tahiti, for example, has T and R.
    Samoa has F.
    Hawaiian - Aloha
    Tahitian - Aroha
    Samoan - Alofa

    Sometimes you will hear Hawaiian speakers use other consonants like S and V and T, even in recordings.
    Iz says "titate" (tee tah tay) in the song Ka Huila Wai but the word is Pikake (a flower) so yeah there is a lot going on.
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