Pauahi ʻO Kalani (Pauahi, The Royal One) - Words & music by Queen Liliʻuokalani 
Noho ana ka wahine i ke anu o Mānā
Mahalo i ka nani nohea o ka nahele

E ola ʻo Kalani e Pauahi lani nui
A kau i ka pua ʻaneʻane
E ola ʻo Kalani e Pauahi lani nui
E ola loa nō a kau i ka wēkiu

Ua ʻike i na paia ʻaʻala hoʻi o Puna
Ua lei na maile aʻo Panaʻewa hoʻi

Hoʻi ana no naʻe ke aloha i nā kini
I ke one hānau i ka home i ke kaona

The woman dwells in the cold of Mānā
Admiring the lovely beauty of the forest

Long live, Pauahi, the heavenly one
To extreme old age
Long live, Pauahi, the heavenly one
Live until she reaches the highest place

She has seen the fragrant bowers of Puna
And has worn leis of maile of Panaʻewa

But her love returns to multitudes
Of her birthplace, the home in the town

Source: King's Songs of Hawai`i" © 1942 Charles E. King - Lydia Kamakaʻeha, later, Queen Liliʻuokalani, the hānai daughter of High Chief Paki and High Chiefess Konia composed this song for Pauahi, her beloved foster sister. They were on a trip to the island of Hawaiʻi, had visited Puna and the Panaʻewa forest in the Hilo district and were in Mānā where this mele was written. Translated by Mary Pukui.

Pauahi, the great-granddaughter of Kamehameha I, was named for her aunt, who was rescued from a fire as a baby. Pauahi means finished fire, destroyed by fire, or burned. This aunt was the mother of Ruth Keʻelikolani. Ruth and Pauahi were very close and when Ruth died in 1883, at age of 57 of heart disease, she left the bulk of her estate to her cousin, Pauahi, 353,000 acres of Kamehameha lands. When her parents died, (Paki in 1855 and Konia in 1857) Pauahi inherited all of their lands on Oʻahu, Kona and Kauaʻi, over 16,000 acres. From another aunt ʻAkahi, she inherited 9,557 acres. Her total inheritance was over 400,000 acres of royal lands. With this vast estate Pauahi directed her trustees to establish schools for Hawaiian children. This legacy for the future, was left by a Princess not blessed with children of her own. Pauahi died of cancer, 1884, at age 52. The Kamehameha Schools, beneficiary of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Estate was started in 1887.
Hānai Sisters 1854
Bernice Pauahi, age 23
Lydia Kamakʻaeha, age 16