“Mele Kalikimaka” is a Hawaiian-themed Christmas song written in 1949 by R. Alex Anderson. The song takes its title from the Hawaiian phrase Mele Kalikimaka, meaning “Merry Christmas”. One of the earliest recordings of this song was by Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters in 1950 on Decca. It has been covered by many artists and used in several films (including L.A. Confidential, Catch Me If You Can, and National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation).
GMele Kalikimaka is the thing to say On a bright Hawaiian Christmas D7day
GMele Kalikimaka is HaG7waii’s E7wayAminTo say MerrD7y Christmas to Gyou A Aminvery Merry D7ChristmasAminA very, very, Merry, Merry D7Christmas to Gyou.
This and other ukulele Christmas songs are available here.