Aloha Hawaiʻi Kuʻu One Hānau - Frank Kawaikapuokalani Hewett 

Aloha Hawaiʻi kuʻu one hānau
Mai Hawaiʻi kua uli
A ke one o Niʻihau
He wehi no nā lani

Ōhāhā ka ulu ʻana
O ke kalo _
He ʻai kamahaʻo
O nā Hawaiʻi
Ola mau nā pulapula
O Hāloa ē

ʻO ka wailele
Hanini iho nei
Mai luna a i lalo
I nā pai kiʻekiʻe
He waiwai nui
Ka wai ola a Kāne

Hawaiʻi ka ʻĪ
O nā ʻāina nani ē
Hoʻōla ʻia
E ke Akua Mana Loa
E ola mau ka lāhui
I ka maluhi

Love to Hawaiʻi, sands of my birth
From verdant Hawaiʻi
To the sands of Niʻihau
You are a string of pearls
And adornment for the heavens (chiefs)

Healthy (strong) was the growth
Of the kalo
Wonderful food
Of the Hawaiians
The descendants live
Through Hāloa

The waterfalls
Pour forth
From above to below
At the majestic cliffs
Greatly valued
Are the waters of Kāne

Hawaiʻi is the best
Of all the beautiful places
It was created
By our powerful gods
May our people dwell
In peace (protection)

Source: Translation by Frank Kawaikapuokalani Hewett