Rain Kili Kilihune - Traditional

He aloha a`e ana
Kahi wai o Kalihi
Ia wai kaulana i ka waha
Hiki kolo o ka `ahihi

Hui:
Rain kili kilihune
Ko`iaweawe i ka nahele
Wai hu`i anu o ka uka
Anu ho`i au a mâe`ele

O ka hoa o kaua li`ili`i
Kilihune maila i uka
Kîhe`ahe`a i ka lau kukui
`Olu la`i a`o Kilohana

Hail to
Kalihi stream
That stream famous for the telling
Entwined by the `ahihi

Chorus:
Rain, the wind blown spray
Moving lightly in the forest
Aching cold water of the upland
Makes me cold and numb

The pelting of the summer showers
Wind blown towards the mountain
Sparkles on the kukui leaves
Pleasant and peacful at Kilohana


Source: "Sunset At Makaha" Agnes Malabey Weisbarth and the Makaha Serenaders Hula Records, 1971 - Translated by Kini Sullivan