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I fell in love with a little Indian girl and she stole
my heart away
she took me to a powwow way out on the plains and Runs with Bears danced and brought the rain
and I listened to the stories all through the night
through the haze of the peace pipe
the night grew long so I found a teepee
and you can bet I brought that squaw girl with me

could be Cherokee, Inuit,
Etowah, Navajo,
Sioux, Creek, Apache,
Seminole, Bravo,
tomahawk, arrow,
any way the wind blow
its just fine with me

buffalo, wolfpack,
rawhide, knapsack,
arrowhead, mohawk
other tribe to attack
take my wife back to that land with me
all I gotta do is take that love to the floor
after all I like the way you were before


could be Cherokee, Inuit,
Etowah, Navajo,
Sioux, Creek, Apache,
Seminole, Bravo,
tomahawk, arrow,
any way the wind blow
its just fine with me

buffalo, wolfpack,
rawhide, knapsack,
arrowhead, mohawk
other tribe to attack
take my wife back to that land with me
all I gotta do is take that love to the floor
after all I like the way you were before


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Navajo song meanings
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