"Don't Sing Aloha When I Go" as written by and Jerry Byrd....
Way out in Honolulu
Just at the close of day
I heard a sailor sing
Unto a dusky maid
Just as his ship slowly sailed away

Don't sing aloha when I go
Because I'm coming back you know
Don't sing aloha tho' I cry
Our parting does not mean goodbye

I'll dream of you in Waikiki
That's where I'll always long to be
Just smile and say you'll miss me so
Don't sing aloha when I go

Way out in Honolulu
Once more the close of day
There sleeps a dusky maid
Beneath the palmtrees shade
And in her dreams she can hear him say

Don't sing aloha when I go
Because I'm coming back you know
Don't sing aloha tho' I cry
Our parting does not mean goodbye

I'll dream of you in Waikiki
That's where I'll always long to be
Just smile and say you'll miss me so
Don't sing aloha when I go


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"Don't Sing Aloha When I Go" as written by Jerry Byrd

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