Ha`uha`u Ê -- music by Harry Owens

He ma`i no ka lani, ha`uha`u ê
No Kahô`anokû, ha`uha`u ê

Ho`olewa a`e `oe, ha`uha`u ê
Ai kû pono iho, ha`uha`u ê

Kâpae na `olo, ha`uha`u ê
A`o nêia puhi nui, ha`uha`u ê
**Nâ `oi`oi o ka puhi, ha`uha`u ê

Ka ne`e no `oe, ha`uha`u ê
A i lalo i ke pulu, ha`uha`u ê

I lalo iho `oe, ha`uha`u ê
A i lalo loa iho, ha`uha`u ê

Ha`ina kou ma`i, ha`uha`u ê
A he ma`i no ka lani, ha`uha`u

**alternate stanza

This is a mele ma`i for the chief, puff, puff
For Kahô`anokû, puff, puff

Rotate the hips, puff, puff
Up and down, puff, puff

Push aside the scrotum, puff, puff
Of this large eel, puff, puff
**Soothe the aggressive ee, puff, puff

You push along, puff, puff
Down to the wool, puff, puff away

Down you go, puff, puff
Way down below, puff, puff

Tell of your ma`i, puff, puff
A ma`i song for the chief, puff, puff away

Source: Kamehameha IHS - This pro-creation chant or mele ma`i, set to music, honors Kahô`anokû, son of Kamehameha I and his wife Peleuli. The custom of composing a mele ma`i to honor the private parts of a child of high station, also gave hope for the continuity of families. Eel is the male organ.