Hawaiian Chant To Welcome Students Into Your Classroom - Poem by mutt barker
Notes: w pronounced like a v.
ike pronounced eee-kay.
Eh hea ike ka naka e komo ma lo ko
Here you are, you want to come inside?
Eh hanai ai a hewa ka wa ha
(fed) (no more) (your mouth)
Come in and be fed until you can not eat (of knowledge or spirit) any more
E ia no ka uku la o ko leo
here is my voice, as my offering to are entering
a he leo wale no eh
and it's just a humble little voice
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