"The Navajo Know" as written by and Charles Thompson....
Upon construction
There is the mohawk
His way of walking
Quite high above the ground
Fearless of looking down, skywalk

Ever longer
Some people say that
The navajo know
A way of walking
Quite high above the ground
Fearless of looking down, oh no



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"The Navajo Know" as written by Charles Thompson

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    General CommentWow, I never really read the lyrics before, but I guess it is about high-rise construction and all that jazz.

    I just remember seeing this thing on the history channel in which there were these huge deserts in which native americans (I believe) had etched very large patterns into the sand. They had constructed air balloons and royalty would fly up into the sky and look at the artwork etched into the sand. (I watched this a very long time ago, correct me since I'm probably very wrong)

    So:

    "the navajo know
    a way of walking
    quite high above the ground
    fearless of looking down"

    Made me think of that. Although the first line "Upon construction" and "skywalk" kind of gives it away that it's about high-rise construction.
    Audaciousmooseon April 15, 2006   Link

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