ʻōlelo aʻoaʻo: me ke aloha a me ka hilinaʻi (Hawaiian)

ʻAʻole au i manaʻo e haʻalele iā mākou,
e kali ana ma waena loa
o ka moana ma na moku ʻē aʻe kaawale.
Ke uwe nei oe e ike mai iaʻu, a i kēia manawa
eia me aʻu, aloha wau, kuʻu ʻoluʻolu, akā
Aloha au iā ʻoe a mahalo wau iā ʻoe.
E kala mai iaʻu a inā paha i kēia
kou honi uukui e kala ai.
Mahalo ʻo nā wai o ko mākou kai
ka mea e lawelawe pū i ke aloha
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I did not intend to leave us,
waiting in the middle
of the oceans on separate islands.
You are crying to see me, and now
here with me, I love, my sweet, but
I love you and I respect you.
Forgive me for this or that
your honeymoon to forgive.
Thanks to the water of our seas
who serve together in love