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Native American presents a balanced blend of pain and pride, at once respecting a rich heritage while reacting to ignorant prejudice. The song also delivers a strong message of support for the President and a military show of strength, which many Nativ
The eagle flies . . . strong and free . . . proud symbol of our country
The owl cries . . . soft and low . . . telling the tale of tomorrow
The kodiak and the wolf cry out . . . bringing fear to the heart of the enemy
The turlte speaks . . . in measured tomes . . . telling the wisdom of long ago
To the . . .
Native American . . . my heart goes back then thousand years, I'm a
Native American . . . strong and proud and free . . . I'm a
Native American . . . I survived the trail of tears, I'm a
Native American . . . ain't nobody else . . . like . . . me
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The dirty names . . . I've heard them all, like chief, redskin, brave and squaw
The evil eyes . . . cast my way . . . wishing I'd move to the rez to stay
Well from the Baja . . . to the tip of Maine
From the Florida Keys to Alaskan plains
The Native heart . . . and the Native way
Will keep on beating . . . every day
For the . . . To Chorus
In the history of the people stands an American hero. His name is Ira Hayes.
And though he died young, he still fought for his chief, and for what he believed was right.
I don't understand when so many people speak against our Commander In Chief, and his warrior army.
All I know is . . . deep in my chest beats the heart of a warrior,
And if I'm called to fight, I'll gladly fight . . . and die . . . with honor, and with pride.
You know why? Well, I'll tell you why:
'Cause I'm a . . . To Chorus
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