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Ne Ha Neé

(Bob Nolan)

 

Sing Along with the Sons of the Pioneers

 

Long ago, ‘twas here, I know,

Lived the fairest Indian maid.

Daughter of a chieftain brave,

Here beside the lake she stayed.

Far and near,

The waters clear,

Blessed her from their deep domain.

Blessed her with this lovely name…

 

Ne Ha Neé ,

It must be she is heaven’s daughter

For her eyes and the skies

Form the lake’s clear water.

Sunlight plays, dancing rays

While the ripples bless her

On the shore evermore

Where the waves caress her.

 

Far along the shimmering shoal,

The shallow waters clear

Echo to her lovely voice

As she is drawing near.

 

See her smile, all the while,

For the sunbeams taught her

To be gay all the way.

Ne Ha Neé , Clear Water.

 

 

 

 

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