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    Default He Punahele No Oe (with lyrics, translation, and chords)

    I recorded this in dedication to my brand new granddaughter. Hope you like it:


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    That was pretty....and congratulations.

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    haha, I got this song (amongst many mele) on my iphone. Well done, grandpa! Congrats!

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    Mahalo, Carlton! The Peter Moon Band version is very good!

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    Congratulations! Is she in Japan? Hawai'i?
    Aloha,
    Ronnie



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    Beautiful !!! I love hearing songs that are sung in a foreign language. Having the translation is a great idea. It's a very gentle language to my ears!
    Congrats on the new arrival to your family. What's her name ?
    There's many a slip twixt a cup and a lip !

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    Mahalo, Ronnie! She's in Japan! Thanks, Julian! Her name is Lulu...

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    Aloha, is it supposed to be a lullaby? The reason I am asking is because I have heard a version of it at one point which was very much like a lullaby
    Last edited by Cassie; 07-05-2019 at 12:47 PM.

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    Hi, Cassie! The only information I could find was that the composer Albert Nahale'a wrote the song for his daughter. I suppose it could be used as a lullaby. I wanted to celebrate the birth of my granddaughter. She'll turn five later this month! Time flies!

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