My Honolulu Ukulele Baby

Album: Hawaiian Songs (1916)
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  • This is one of many, many songs in the same vein - Hawaii and ukuleles, and, of course, girls! Written and published around 1916, it has words by Gerald N. Johnson, music by Henry Kailimai, and was published by Jerome H. Remick of New York, New York.
  • The cover of the sheet music shows a Hawaii girl holding a ukulele sitting under a palm tree with a man who would not be out of place at an Eton boating gala. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2
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