Gene Carroll - Civilization / Hawaiian War Chant download album
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Hawaiian War Chant" is an American popular song whose original melody and lyrics were written in the 1860s by Prince Leleiohoku of Hawaii. In The Lion King, the original lyrics of the chant are changed, but it still retains the melody. The song was used by Timon and Pumbaa to distract some anonymous hyenas for Simba and Nala to pass without being detected. It works as these hyenas chase them offscreen (only to be gassed by Pumbaa and flee, as shown in The Lion King 1½ ).
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Hawaiian War Chant" was an American popular song whose original melody and lyrics were written in the 1860s by Prince Leleiohoku. The original title of the song was Kāua I Ka Huahuaʻi or "We Two in the Spray. It was not written as a chant, and the Hawaiian lyrics describe a clandestine meeting between two lovers, not a battle. The English title therefore has nothing to do with the song as it was originally written and performed in Hawaii.
This is my own cold war version, sorry if there is still a cold war scenario here. resume: After the second great war, Germany and Austria are divided. But there still communist threaten in the world and that USA need to fight . This is my own cold war version, sorry if there is still a cold war scenario here.
Hawaiian War Chant" was composed by Johnny Noble, who borrowed the melody from Prince Leleiohaku's 1860 song, "Kaua i ka Huahua'i" ("We Two in the Spray"). Harry Owens ("Sweet Leilani") wrote his own version to the same melody, called "The Laughing Song" but it never caught on while Noble's version was a huge success. Hawaiian War Chant" came to popular attention in 1939, when Tommy Dorsey's big band covered it as a fast swing number featuring a driving beat played mostly on the tom-toms
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