"Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula [Robinson Crusoe on Nols Island]" as written by and E Ray/wendling Goetz....
Down Hawaii way, where I chanced to stray,
On an evening I heard a Hula maiden play,
Yaaka hula hickey dula, Yaaka hula hickey du.
Down Hawaii way, by the moonlit bay,
When I lingered awhile, she stole my heart away,
Yaaka hula hickey dula, Yaaka hula hickey du.
Oh, I don't care if you've loved the ladies far and near,
You'd forget about them all if you could hear.
Yaaka hula hickey du la, Yaaka hula hickey du.

Down Hawaii way, you would love to stay,
On an evening I heard a Hula maiden play,
Yaaka hula hickey dula, Yaaka hula hickey du.
Down Hawaii way, while the breakers play,
With a movement just like the waves, those Hulas say,
"Yaaka hula hickey dula, Yaaka hula hickey du."
Oh, I don't care if you're never, never loved before,
You'll be captivated on that coral shore.
Yaaka hula hickey du la, Yaaka hula hickey du.

I'm coming back to you, my Hula Lous,
Beside the sea at Waikiki, You'll play for me.
And once again you'll sway my heart your way,
With your yaaka hula jickey du la tune.


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"Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula" as written by Joe Young E Ray Goetz

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, PAUL RODRIGUEZ MUSIC LTD.

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