Nick Fuse
Nick Fuse
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Folk - Alternative | Austin, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 11,071   
Member Since: 2010
   Last Login: 9/23/2016
   Sounds Like: John Lennon, Leonard Cohen

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Song Description

This is traditional Iroquois Lullaby in the Seneca dialect now almost completely lost. The original song only has the first 3 lines, and is normally chanted. I added the additional line channeling my Iroquois grandmother, who was the last one in a long line to sing the song. Love is never Lost, and a lullaby is the highest expression of Love of Child.

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Iroquois Lullaby (Seneca) 2016

Ho, Ho (lay lay)
Wa ta nay (little one)
Ki yo ke na (go to sleep)

Hato kha (see)
Na Enita (the moon)
Ha o k ha (listen)
Ki yo ke na (go to sleep)


Hat e no tha (sing)
Enita (moon)
Hat e no tha (sing)
Je sta e ya (darkness)

-Nick Fuse from Traditional Seneca Iroquois circa timeless.

Song Length
Pop - Lullaby, New Age - Tribal
Peaceful, Serene

Subject Matter
Peace, Dreams

Before 1600

Lyric Credits Iroquois and Nick Fuse
Music Credits Nick Fuse
Producer Credits fuse
Publisher Credits fuse
Performance Credits Nick Fuse channeling Iroquois Grandmother
Label Credits fuse