Liederbuch/ My Honolulu Hula Girl

Hawaiianischer Hapa Haole Song Text und Melodie: Albert "Sonny" Cunha (1909 publ.) bearbeitet von Paniolo 

Sonny Cunha gilt als Vater des Hapa Haole, einem Genre der Hawaiimusik das sich durch englische Texte und zahlreiche eingestreute hawaiianische Ausdrücke auszeichnet. Hapa Haole heißt soviel wie halb weiß (und halb hawaiianisch).

Gitarre Ukulele (gcea)

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My Honolulu Hula GirlBearbeiten

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1st Verse
[F]All the time in the tropical clime where they[G7]do the hula hula dance
[C7]I fell in love with a chocolate dove while[F]learning that[Bb]funny funny[F]dance
This[F]poor little kid, why she never did a[G7]bit of loving before
So I[G7]made up my mind that[F]I struck a find, the[G7]only girl I'd[C7]dare a-[F]dore
[C7]I love a pretty little Honolulu hula[F]hula girl, (she's the candy kid to wriggle)
[C7]Hula girl, (she will surely make you giggle) [F]hula girl, (with her naughty little wiggle)
[C7]Some day I'm goin' to try to make this hula hula[F]girlie mine, this girlie mine
'Cause[D7]all the while I'm[Gm]dreaming of her, my[F]Honolulu[C7]hula[F]girl

2nd Verse
[F]Out at the beach, with your dear little peach where the[G7]waves are rolling in so high
[C7]Holding her hand, while you sit on the sand, you[F]promise you'll[Bb]win her heart or[F]die
You[F]start in to tease, you give her a squeeze, her[G7]heart is all in a whirl
If you[G7]get in a pinch, go[F]to it's a cinch when[G7]spooning with a[C7]hula[F]girl



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