"National Reservation" as written by and John Loudermilk....
They took the whole eastern nation
Moved us on these reservations
Took away our ways of life
A hand grenade, and a carving knife
Took away our native tongue
And taught their English to our young
And all the things we made by hand
Are nowadays made in japan

Eastern people!
Eastern tribe!
So proud to live, so proud to die

They took the whole eastern nation
Locked us in these reservations
Although we wear our shirts and ties
We're still the red man deep inside
Although they changed our ways of hope
They'll never change our heart and soul
And then someday when the world has learned
Civilization will return
Will return...


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"National Reservation" as written by John D Loudermilk John Loudermilk

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