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  1. The dancers are not from Hawai'i. They may have danced in Hawai'i, but they are neither Hula Kahiko or Hula Awana. I see it as a disregard of the Hawaiian culture of dance yet again. Please do your homework. I think there either Tahitian or from another South Seas Island. So, in Tahitian it is: Ia 'oa'oa i te Noera.

  2. Let's not miss the fact that the Andrews Sisters are the ones singing the second time through. It should read "Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters" perhaps. Although it was his initiative to record the song for his friend an the composer of the song, R. Alex Anderson.

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