Haleakalā Hula - Alice Nämakelua 

Kuahiwi nani ʻoe Haleakalā
Kaulana hoʻi ʻoe kū kilakila

ʻO Makawao ia ua kaulana
I kāohi ia iho o ka lāʻau

He ʻūkiu e ka ua o ka ʻāina
Me ka makani aheahe ʻoluʻolu

E aho no ʻoe a e komo mai
A e hoʻolaʻi ka malu o ke ao

Puana ka inoa i lohe ʻia
Kuahiwi nani ʻoe Haleakalā
You are a beautiful mountain, Haleakalā
You are famous and stand majestically
 
At Makawao, this rain is well known
It falls gently on the trees
 
`Ükiu is the name of the rain of this land
Here the wind is soft and cool

You should come in
Relax in the shade of the clouds


Tell the name so that it can be heard
You are a beautiful mountain, Haleakalā

Source: Mana Collection - Composed 1941, for the Maui float in the Kamehameha Day parade. Haleakalā (House of the sun), is the highest peak on Maui. ;Ūkiu is the name of the cold wind in Makawao. Verse 4, "malu o ke ao" is a phrase used to describe the Wailuku district. Translation by Kini Sullivan