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WALK WITH ME
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Recorded for the Native American People, and my Grand Mother, Nettie Kee, and our ancestors. NATIVE AMERICAN SONG, FROM A POEM BY MY FRIEND SUE CROUCH, a Native American.AKA, Sweet Running Water.
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Peak: #102   (75,186 songs currently in World)
Peak in sub-genre: #5   (762 songs currently in Native American)
Upload date
November 03, 2015
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Bitrate: 160 kbps. Runtime: 3:30. File size: 4.00 MB.
Writer (words/music)
SUE CROUCH
Copyright
JERRY MORRIS
Story behind the song
SUE CROUCH WROTE THE POEM AND REQUESTED ME TO WRITE MUSIC AND RECORD IT. LYRICS: SUE CROUCH USED WITH PERMISSION FROM HER.
Lyrics
Walk With Me from a poem By Sue Crouch and music composed by Jerry Morris Walk in our moccasins See through our eyes Stay a little longer You might hear our mournful cries Know our trials and sorrow Just listen from your heart All we knew and loved Was ours from the start We are called the people Great spirit made us free To love to live with nature To laugh To dance to be If you listen on the night wind You can hear us still Our spirit sings a new song And we always will Great Spirit took us home To a world not so far away There we live with nature To love to laugh to play We pray for the others Those still left alone We wait for our people Never more to roam Come hither all ye children Listen to the light At a time when you think not Things will be right?) Walk in our moccasins See through our eyes Stay a little longer and Hear our mournful cries Hear, our mournful cries Just walk, walk with me