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Hula Baby

by Natalie Ai Kamauu

 

My mama taught me how to do the hula

She'll take you round the island to and fro

She taught me right, you better hold on tight

Cause while you don't know how to take it slow

 

Like my grandma did down in Cisco

How nearly caused a hurricane

Cause when she got down low, the winds began to blow

And nothing could stop the rain

 

 *How the lovely hula hands graceful as the birds are flying

   I'm your sweet Leilani ē

   Wanna go back to my little grass shack

   It's down by the bay

 

   I'm your hula, your hula baby

   My mama taught me what to do

   I'm your hula, your hula baby

   I'm gonna thrill you through and through

   I'm your hula, your hula baby

   My mama taught me what to do

   I'm your hula, your hula baby

   You'll be mine before the song is through

 

My mama taught me how to do the hula

She taught me how to bring you to your knees

Cause when I start to sway, you begin to pray

So the shaking the coco trees

 

Her eyes are mine and I see right through ya

My dancing throws you in a dizzy world

The playful ocean, that makes the motion

Of a sassy little hula girl

 

 *repeat

 

 

 

 

 

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