Gentle Giants from the countryside
Waimanalo, Nanakuli, and Waianae
They are the champions, in a foreign land
National heroes, famous idols in Japan

Chorus
Akebono, Musashimaru and Konishiki
Akebono, Musashimaru and Konishiki

They have traveled, thousand miles away
Sometimes lonely, far away from family
All have conquered, a dream that seemed impossible
With dignity, they are Hawai'i sumotori

Repeat Chorus

They made history, heard around the world
On the radio, television and magazine
Let's go celebrate, and honor these mighty ones
These are the champions, heroes for the young and the old

Repeat Chorus

These are the champions, they are Hawai'i sumotori
Akebono, Musashimaru and Konishiki
Repeat

National heroes, famous idols in Japan
Akebono, Musashimaru and Konishiki

Repeat Chorus

Akebono, Musashimaru and Konishiki


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Tengoku Kara Kaminari (Thunder From Heaven) song meanings
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