"Red Indian Girl" as written by Ray Hedges and B*witched,....
Met an old man, Miller his name
Met him on a dusty road
Got off the bus, Heard him singing
Sittin' in a rocking chair
I said where you been?
Tell me your story
I'm ready now, let's begin
He said

[Chorus]
Oh! oh!
Red Indian girl (red Indian girl)
I've found her heart in so many places
Oh! oh!
Red Indian girl (red Indian girl)
I've seen her smile in so many faces
Oh! oh!

(Her smile is the sun)
(And her eyes are like the moon)

He talked and he talked
For so many hours
I listened to his every word
I sat at his feet and looked in his eyes
And now I know what he meant
I tell you what he meant
He said

[Chorus]

(Come on, come on, come on)
(Oh! oh!)
(Her smile is the sun)
(And her eyes are like the moon)

Old man no longer alone
I'll be your red Indian friend
You'll say

[Chorus: x2]

(Her smile is the sun)
(And her eyes are like the moon)


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"Red Indian Girl" as written by Ray Hedges

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    General CommentFor some reason, I'm just attached to this song. When I first heard it, I thought for a second that I knew it from somewhere. Then I remembered it had been in a dream of mine before the album ever came out. Maybe I have a telepathic wavelength with Keavy or Edele. Anyways, the rthym is awesome in the song and it just tells a story about a long lost love.
    imamudwhistleon July 08, 2002   Link
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    General Commentmy brother is soooo in love with this song it's not funny!!!! he's 18 and its even his aol screenmane its sooo funny everyone thinks hes a girl!!!!!!!!!! lol
    fizgig513on August 05, 2002   Link
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    General Commenthaha. well yes, it is a good song.hmmm...is your brother hot? lol jk...
    lauraboo438on April 23, 2005   Link

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