Puka Shells (Hawaiian Ukulele)

Story Behind The Song

"Puka" (POOH-kah) means "hole" in Hawaiian, and was the inspiration for this song. It's named after the little shells with holes in the middle that are found on the beaches of Hawaii and became a popular fashion accessory (puka shell necklaces) in the '70s

Song Description

Happy ukulele song is done in traiditional Hawaiian style and conjures up images of palm trees swaying on white sand beaches

Song Length 2:00 Genre Unique - General, World - General
Tempo Medium Slow (91 - 110) Lead Vocal Instrumental
Mood Relaxed, Peaceful



Lyrics Instrumental Music Vance Marino & Tracey James Marino
Producer Vance Marino & Tracey James Marino Publisher SongMakerPro Publishing
Performance Vance Marino & Tracey James Marino Label SongMaker Productions
This track is on 3 Member Playlists
Playlist Creator Playlist Name Date Added
mandrade My Top Songs 6/17/2013
vmontizzle Ukulele 12/13/2012
the fool ukulele 8/10/2011
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