Other IDs from the record include: 12820. The recording on the other side of this disc: The Hukilau Song. 78 fish-and-poi see-jack-p gbia0070599a 02 2. 78 fish-and-poi see-jack-p gbia0070599a 03 2.
Title: Fish And Poi, The Hukilau Song. Fish And Poi. Featuring – Jules Keiliikujhonua Ah See Written-By – Jack Pitman. Featuring – Dan Kanilau, The Waikiki Girls TrioWritten-By – Jack Owens.
Verse 1: I've been many places, tasted all the flavors If there's one thing I can't understand, it's why I'm never satisfied There's nothing like the feeling, when you start craving Flashbacks reminiscing about that one very first luau. Bridge: Soon as I start to head back home I call my bruddahs up on the phone We're heading down to that special place Where you can bulk up for days. Reggae/rap Me say Me come from Hawaii me love de fish and de poi Me eat da food 'cause me real big boy Here da local girls yeah dey know what we need They serve the food extra scoop of everything 'cause I love de fishes baby I love de poi Wit pipikaula extra rice on de side Hawaiian food is like. a rollercoaster ride And me not goin stop until this hawiian's fine.
A hukilau is a way of fishing invented by the ancient Hawaiians. The word comes from huki, meaning pull, and lau, meaning leaves. A large number of people, usually family and friends, would work together in casting the net from shore and then pulling it back. Hukilau Beach, in Lā'ie, is named after the technique, which has been used there for centuries.
Album: Hukilau Hulas. Artist: Mel Peterson.
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