Pearly Shells

Pearly Shells (Pupu A `O `Ewa) is an old Hawaiian song. The English lyrics were written by Webley Edwards and Leon Pober. Several people have performed it, including:

  • Don Ho
  • Burl Ives Sings Pearly Shells and Other Favorites
  • The Melbourne Ukulele Kollective
  • TrĂ­o los Panchos

In the 1970s, C&H Sugar used the melody for their jingle.

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