Lyrics & Music: Alvin Kaleolani Isaacs
This pake-pidgen song was composed by Isaacs for a comedian friend performing in a Mormon church show.
CD: Various, Lovely Hula Hands (Cord HOCD42000)
If I likee honi honi you, No hu hu
If I speakee you I love you, No hu hu
If I takee you Waikapu, See me father, Ah see you
You me lun away holomalu, No hu hu
If I speakee you marry to me, No hu hu
No more hana hana no pilikia, No hu hu
Me papa ketchum planty money,
Me mama smart cookum Egg Fu Yong
You sometime go Hula Hula, No hu hu
Bumbye you me plenty baby, No hu hu
Tun Min, Fina Min, Ho Min, Yeah! No hu hu
Ah fat, Chu Fat, Hum Fat, lo!
Le Lop Lop Sup, Hum Sup, lo!
One, two, three, four----ooooh!
My aching back, No hu hu
Supposee him come him happa haole, No Hu hu
Because Pake him one big dumb fool, Wahine him too!
Him another dumb fool
Keila, Ice man come 6 A.M.,
Him no dumb fool, No hu hu
Mama speak she no love me, No hu hu
Love me, don't love, I don't care, No hu hu
This haole man him he come me housee
All day long him inside me housee
Wickee, wachee, wickee, wackee, all same termite, No hu hu
Nine months go, new baby come, No hu hu
Blond hair, slant eye, all mix `em up, No hu hu
Me plant um carrots, carrots him come
Me plant um cucumber, cucumber him come
Me plant um pake, Son-oga-bichee, Haole, him come, No hu hu
JULES AH SEE AND NO HUHU
A man that made a song popular-a song that made a man popular.
Jules Ah See is a local boy born in Lahina, Maui and the youngest in a family of seventeen children. He has always loved music and from his own early self-training, has become one of the top steel guitar players in the islands. Nearly ten years ago, he chose No Hu Hu as his favorite comedy song and has gradually changed it to its present version for the delight and entertainment of all. No Hu Hu in its original version was written by Alvin Kaleolani Isaacs. Jules Ah See's adaptation is presented here for your enjoyment.
Mahalo to Sid for sending additions, corrections and additional verses.