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It’s been my secret passion to try itTo spend my christmas surfin’, I can’t deny itI wanna spend my christmas on the kona coast in hawaiiFor years I saved my pennies and planned itThe great pacific ocean, we’ll span itI wanna spend christmas where I dig it the most, in hawaiiGo to hawaiiMelekalikimaka is merry christmas in hawaii talk-aAnd at lahaina we’ll count the shooting starsAnd it will be just you and me in hawaiiThe suntanned beauties are everywhereIf you’re comin’ to the islands then you might stareAnd find a girl waiting for you there in hawaiiKani and wahini and the haoles, tooWish a melekalikimaka to youThey’re the friendliest people anywhere in hawaiiGo to hawaiiMelekalikimaka is how they say it in island talk-aThe island flower fragrance in the airWe’ll write a card and underneath the mango treesWe’ll say, wish you were here with us in hawaiiWinter in the sun and surf’d sure be niceIn a south sea garden paradiseI wanna spend christmas where I dig it the most, in hawaiiHonolulu, waikikiDo you wanna come along with me? Waimia up to hanalaiI’d love to take you to the islands today

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