"Wooden Indian" as written by and John (deutschendorf)/denver Denver....
I, I was a red man
I was proud, I was strong
You were the white man
And you stole away my home

Now I am a wooden Indian
Painted dreams inside my head
Times a where you bring me down
And make you wish I was dead

Na na na

I, I was a red man
In my passing made no sound
You were the white man
And you drove me in the ground

Now I am a wooden Indian
Standing silent in the rain
Swear with my grandfather's father
We're going to rise again

Na na na

I, I was a red man
I was proud, I was strong
You were the white man
And you stole away my home

Now I am a wooden Indian
Standing silent in the rain
Swear with my grandfather's father
We're going to rise again


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"Wooden Indian" as written by Joe Henry John Denver

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