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Cherokee Morning Song



A Cherokee song to greet the new day and  to give thanks to the Great Spirit for being able to witness that new day.


We n’ de ya ho, We n’ de ya ho
We n’ de ya ho, We n’ de ya ho, ho ho hoHe ya ho he ya, Ya ya ya


From what I can find, this translates into:


I am of the Great Spirit, Ho! I am of the Great Spirit, Ho!
I am of the Great Spirit, Ho! I am of the Great Spirit, Ho! It is so, it is so.
Great Spirit, Great Spirit, Great Spirit



And recently I was able to witness this beautiful beginning of a new day, and I thank God for allowing me to see this...








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