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Kawailehua'a'alakahonua Composed By: Frank Kawaikapuokalani Hewett Performed By: John Cruz Submitted By: Kawehi <kawehi_18@yahoo.com> Kawailehua`a`alakahonua By Frank Kawaikapuokalani Hewett This song speaks poetically of procreation. The rains descend bearing lehua blossoms from above. Petals having fallen on to the ocean dance amongst the waves. The rain is no stranger to the sea for they are both truly one. The lehua petals dancing amongst the waves are kaona (deeper meaning) for the movements of the fetus in the embryonic fluid in its mother’s womb. “He mele no e ku`u lani,” a song for you my heavenly child, “Kawailehua`a`alakahonua.” Ke iho la ka ua     The rains descend Halihali na lehua o luna Bearing lehua blossoms from above   Helele`i pua i ke kai Petals having fallen on to the ocean Hula le`a na lehua i ka moana Dance amongst the waves   He kupa la ka ua i ke kai The rain is no stranger to the sea Ke ho`i hou e aloha mai For they are truly both one   He mele no e ku`u lani A song for you my heavenly child Kawailehua`a`alakahonua Kawailehua`a`alakahonua
                                     
                                
                                 
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