Kawailehua'a'alakahonua Frank Kawaikapuokalani Hewett In the John Cruz version, the song is played in Gb, but he most likely tunes his guitar down a 1/2 step and plays it as if he was playing in G. Verse 1 (2x): Gb Db7 Gb Ke iho la ka ua (As the rain falls) Cb Gb Db7 Gb Halihali nā lehua o luna (It bears lehua blossoms from above) Db7 Gb E ... Db7 Gb E ... Verse 2 (2x): Gb Db7 Gb Heleleʻi pua i ke kai (The blossoms fall into the sea) Cb Gb Db7 Gb Hula leʻa nā lehua i ka moana (And dance playfully upon the waters of the ocean) Db7 Gb E ... Db7 Gb E ... Instrumental (verse chords) Verse 3 (2x): Gb Db7 Gb He kupa la ka ua i ke kai (The rain is well aquainted with the sea) Cb Gb Db7 Gb Ke hoʻi hou e aloha mai (And as it returns to the sea, the two become one and the cycle is complete) Db7 Gb E ... Db7 Gb E ... Instrumental (verse chords) Verse 4 (2x): Gb Db7 Gb He mele nou e kuʻu lani (This is my tribute to you, my Heavenly one) Cb Gb Db7 Gb Ka wai lehua ʻaʻala ka honua (The lehua rain that awakens) Db7 Gb E ... Db7 Gb E ...
Nice arrangement, thanks!
Can we see the version in the key of C that I submitted?
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