"Along the Way to Waikiki" as written by Richard Whiting and Gus Kahn....
Far away, far away
Where the balmy breezes blow
Where they sway while they play
Ukuleles sweet and low

Where my heart is I am going
And I wish you were going too
If you stray down that way
I'll be there to welcome you

And if you like, you can hike with me
Along the way to Waikiki
Where the palm trees swaying
Playing in the breeze
Harmonize with those Hawaiian melodies

That's why I yearn to return once more
I want to stroll o'er the golden shore
Where the silv'ry stars and the steel guitars
Stole a part of the heart of me
Along the way to Waikiki

If you go then I know
You will learn to love it too
Eyes aglow, voices low
Singing love songs just for you

If the world looks blue and dreary
And you long for a place worthwhile
Let me know, let me show you
That sunny sun-kissed isle

And if you like, you can hike with me
Along the way to Waikiki
Where the palm trees swaying
Playing in the breeze
Harmonize with those Hawaiian melodies

That's why I yearn to return once more
I want to stroll o'er the golden shore
Where the silv'ry stars and the steel guitars
Stole a part of the heart of me
Along the way to Waikiki


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"Along the Way to Waikiki" as written by Richard Whiting Gus Kahn

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