Home
Contact Us
About Us
Privacy
Add URL
Lyrics Blog

Song Lyrics

Banned Lyrics
Black Gospel Music Lyrics
Christian Music Lyrics
Christmas Music Lyrics
Country Music Lyrics
Folk Music Lyrics
Free Music Lyrics
Hawaiian Music Lyrics
Hip Hop Lyrics
Latin Music Lyrics
Love Lyrics
Mexican Music Lyrics
Misheard Music Lyrics
Music Lyrics
Rap Music Lyrics
Sheet Music Lyrics
Song Lyrics
Spanish Music Lyrics
Worst Music Lyrics


Lyric Finder

Lyric Finder Search Engine

Top 30 Artist Lyrics

U2
Coldplay
Eminem
50 Cent
Staind
The Beatles
Beach Boys
Abba
Kelly Clarkson
Green Day
Bob Dylan
Elton John
Whitney Houston
Beyonce
Nirvana

Frank Sinatra

Billy Joel
The Eagles
Kiss
Akon
Fergie
My Chemical Romance
Chris Brown
Nickelback
Panic at the Disco
Taking Back Sunday
The Fray
Fall Out Boy
Rascal Flatts
Evanescence
Avril Lavigne
Ciara
Danity Kane

Top 15 Song Lyrics

Amazing Grace
American Pie
Beautiful Dirty Rich
Blinded by the Light
Bohemian Rhapsody
Comfortably Numb
Fergalicious
Girlfriend
Hotel California
How to Save a Life
Irreplaceable
I Will Survive
Lips of an Angel
Not Ready to Make Nice
Runaway Love
Santa Baby
Smack That
Sexy Back
Sound of Music
This Is My Now
Unfaithful
White and Nerdy

Lyric Writing Basics

Lyric Writing Basics
- Verse
- Chorus
- Meter
- Rhyme
- Poetic Devices


Resources
- Lyrics

- Music
- Bands

 

 

 

Hawaiian Music Lyrics

Hawaiian music lyrics deserve a special mahalo for helping to preserve the culture, tradition and language native to the islands of Hawaii. Hawaiian music lyrics exemplify divine spirit, whether a part of hula or song.

Hawaiian music lyrics often run the gamut from folk to rock and even hip hop. The amount of Hawaiian music and song lyrics generated out of this territory is not proportional to the small size of the nations' 50th state.

Hawaiian music lyrics often reflect the deep culture of this southern-most state as it is the only state of the 50 to have two official languages, English and Hawaiian. But, Hawaiian music and lyrics have had a huge impact on other regions as well.

The ukulele, slack-key and steel guitars have influenced songwriters from Polynesia to East Texas. Hawaiian music lyrics have often been a part of chanting and sometimes incorporated into dance such as hula.

Lyrics often communicate mythology of the islands, genealogy and praise. The language, ritual and song lyrics of Hawaii are often steeped in spirituality with influences from both Tahiti and Samoa.

The 1930s to 1960s have been referred to as the "Golden Age of Hawaiian Music". This era lead to the mainstreaming of Hawaiian music and lyrics and was often accompanied by orchestras and the big band sound.

But Hawaiian music and song lyrics have grown since this time and many times will fuse the traditional with the cutting edge sounds and social thought. Hawaiian music lyrics tend to be intergenerational, reflecting not only the thoughts, feelings, dreams and angst of young people but of the older generations as well.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 


 

  COPYRIGHT 2015 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED XIRYL.com