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Bali Ha'i
Composer
Oscar Hammerstein II
Lyricist
Richard Rodgers
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February 28, 1949[1]
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"Bali Ha'i" is a song, arranged by Axel Stordahl, Frank Sinatra recorded under Columbia Records.

History Edit

This song was initially written by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II for their musical South Pacific.

Lyrics Edit

<poems> Most people live on a lonely island, Lost in the middle of a foggy sea. Most people long for another island, One where they know they would like to be.

Bali Ha'i May call you, Any night, Any day. In your heart You'll hear it call you: "Come away, Come away."

Bali Ha'i Will whisper On the wind Of the sea: "Here am I, Your special island! Come to me, Come to me."

Your own special hopes, Your own special dreams, Bloom on the hillside And shine in the streams.

If you try, You'll find me Where the sky Meets the sea; "Here am I, Your special island! Come to me, Come to me!"

Bali Ha'i, Bali Ha'i, Bali Ha'i.

"Someday you'll see me, Floating in the sunshine, My head sticking out >From a low-flying cloud; You'll hear me call you, Singing through the sunshine, Sweet and clear as can be, Come to me, Here am I, Come to me!"

Bali Ha'i, Will whisper On the wind Of the sea: "Here am I, Your special island! Come to me, Come to me."

"Bali Ha'i, Bali Ha'i, Bali Ha'i." </poems>

References Edit

  1. http://www.the-main-event.eu/songindex/balihai.html

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