Israel Kamakawiwoʻole - I’ll Be There / Warren’s Song

“You and I must make a plan,
you must make Soveish and a man.
And if you need me, oh, I’ll be there.

When I was a little boy,
a grand for the sea to me.
Since to help your friends and neighbors,
to live in all of me.

When the man walks in darkness,
he stumbles right upon.
“You should be his brother,
to help him all along.”

Take the time to look our eyes,
your brother stomps the ground.
It’s to look the other way,
listen to what the ground says “Why don’t you say.”

When I was a little boy,
a grand for the sea to me.
Since to help your friends and neighbors,
to live in all of me.

Ha’ina ‘ia mai ana ka puana,
when I was a Keiki my Tutukani said to me:
“Since to help your friends and neighbors,
to live in all of me.”
When the man walks in darkness,
he stumbles right upon.
“You should be his brother now,
to help him all along. I’ll be there to help you too,
you are faint in all I heard.
Just call my neighbors,
and I’ll be there.
Oh, I’ll be there.
Yes, I’ll be there.”

Israel Kamakawiwoʻole - I’ll Be There / Warren’s Song – 4:20
Album: Ka ʻAnoʻi (1990)

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