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IN HONOLULU BY THE SEA (Jack Frost, 1915) It's just the time the moon is shining down In Honolulu by the sea; It's just the time the ukeleles sound In Honolulu by the sea. Sleep, dream, my Honolulu lady, Tho' I'm far away from thee. Sweet breezes whisper love songs as of you, When last you said farewell to me. The same old silv'ry moon is shining there In Honolulu by the sea; With same sweet songs the night birds fill the air In Honolulu by the sea. Sleep, dream, my ukelele lady, Won't you sing once more to me. The songs that used to drive away all care In Honolulu by the sea. Once again I seem to hear her softly singing, "Aloha oe, aloha oe." When thro' the pines the ukeleles ringing bring back the happy days that used to be. Honey Lou, my tears are falling As I seem to hear you softly calling me, "Aloha oe, aloha oe," In Honolulu by the sea.

    


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