DEAR OLD DREAMY HONOLULU TOWN

© 1916
Lyrics: Farran Ė Branen; Music: Regaí Ė Lange

Sheet Music: The Joe Morris Music Co., New York

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My boat is nearing a harbor of love
And soon Iíll be bidding you adieu
Moon in its splendor, the stars up above
Have told me that my gal is true blue
See those harbor lights aglow
She is waiting there, I know

Honolulu, Honolulu
There is where I soon will settle down
Ukalele playing gaily
Cause she knows Iím coming back to town
Hula lula, itís my Lula
Dark eyed gal who never wears a frown
You can bet Iím not forgettiní that swell gal
I met in Honolulu, Honolulu
Dear old dreamy Honolulu town

Whistles are blowing, our good ship slows down
The captain has given his command
Most everybody who lives in the town
Is there to welcome us as we land
But the only one I see
Is the one who waits for me

Honolulu, Honolulu
There is where I soon will settle down
Ukalele playing gaily
Cause she knows Iím coming back to town
Hula lula, itís my Lula
Dark eyed gal who never wears a frown
You can bet Iím not forgettiní that swell gal
I met in Honolulu, Honolulu
Dear old dreamy Honolulu town


Mahalo to Larry W. Jones for these lyrics and the sheet music art.


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