"Onward the Indian" as written by and Devendra Banhart....
When I'm on my way
For a nature walk
I don't start to sing
'Til I start to talk

Where'd you go Mrs. Sun?
You juice it on up
Re-tit on your tips
And you squeeze it on up

When I'm on my nerves
On a shaky show
I don't start to warm
'Til you start to glow

When your arms learn to breathe
They stick to your sleeve
When your sleeves learn to walk
Your legs learn to leave

When your leaves learn to stay
Your legs run away
I was born in May
Then he moved away

At the end of June
Into mid-July
Now I'm on my way
Now I'm on my way

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"Onward the Indian" as written by Devendra Banhart

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    General Commentthis performance live at kvrx is my favorite song by him forsure. check it out. This song takes me on a nature walk
    J___Pon November 21, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis song is superb
    krollisasexyhoeon April 05, 2009   Link
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    General CommentA rumbling stream of thought, and everything connects, and one thought flows to another, an all dimensional thread that holds all of "it" together.
    cocoabeanon August 10, 2009   Link

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