Touching down on holy ground
on a dot out in the sea
I brought you all the pieces I could find
Broke down and tired
Some assembly required
I'm staring out at a waterspout
I'm breathing in the breeze
The tourists watch the surfers watch the waves
Quarter past dead
With my heart full of my head

Hanalei
On a shiny sunny day
If I ever felt this way I don't remember
Hanalei
With a breeze across the bay
Won't you tell me what to do
To make this morning last
Forever and a day
Hanalei

Papaya fruit in my birthday suit
I'm waking with the sun
Smiling back at the gecko on the wall
settling in
with juice on my chin
afternoon and a guitar tune
and some people dropping by
you can kick your shoes off at the door
How these days renew me
Seem to see right through me
Trade in on a new me and I'm
looking for a way that I can stay for one more day in

Hanalei
On a shiny sunny day
If I ever felt this way I don't remember
Hanalei
With a breeze across the bay
Won't you tell me what to do
To make this morning last
Forever and a day
Hanalei

I've got this water and this wind
I've got these new old friends
I've got this heart that's on the mend
I've got to say that I don't want this day to end in

Hanalei
On a shiny sunny day
If I ever felt this way I don't remember
Hanalei
With the breeze across the bay
Won't you tell me what to do
To make this morning last
Forever and a day
Hanalei


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Hanalei song meanings
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