Cherokee Morning Song Lyrics - The Band
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We n' de ya ho, We n' de ya ho,
We n' de ya, We n' de ya Ho ho ho ho,
He ya ho, He ya ho, Ya ya ya
Translation - We n' de ya ho
Freely translated: "A we n'" (I am), "de" (of), "Yauh" --the-- (Great Spirit), "Ho" (it is so).
Written as: A we n' de Yauh ho (I am of the Great Spirit, Ho!).
This language stems from very ancient Cherokee
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Morning Song | Reviewer: Dom-Reyes | 7/16/13
This song gives me a spiritual connection full of love to all living things. I am grateful for all that surrounds me. We are all connected as one. Our ancestors will never be forgotten and no matter what tribe you're decedent from we should all love and respect each other as a family because we are all ONE created by Yauh.. Ya, the Great spirit. We are all blood.
North Wind | Reviewer: lucy_lou00 | 6/16/13
I have the song. It is my favorite. There are two names to the song that I know of. I call it North Wind. I used to teach the Cherokee Cultural Language, arts and history. Its been a while. I have been told the Cherokee are of Lost Tribe of the Israelites! The Tribe of Benjamin!! A Great Honor!
morning song | Reviewer: amber | 1/2/13
I like this song because it is soothing and my cousin Shelby and I are using it in one of our books called sweet dreams it is in a part were this girl got burned and she is trying to fall asleep and her mom is singing her that song. they are cherokee indians and there is a war
Family routes | Reviewer: Kelaiah | 11/22/12
I am cherokee as long as a few other and most of my family has lost touched with there routes....I am learning tsalagi and i hope i can help my family get back in touch because i love the culture and it is a big part of me...I love this song :)
If any1 knows anything or anyone that can help me learn more about my routes please let me know...thanks :)
my 5 month old son loves this song | Reviewer: denise | 8/11/12
i started playing it for him when he was only 2 weeks old. my 6 and 5 year old has learn the word. i have always loved this song.i think everyone should listen to mother earth and live life with her in mind.
om-sanatana.blogspot.com | Reviewer: Brahmananda | 6/6/11
Is it interesting that "Yauh" or "Ya" is "Great Spirit in this Cherokee, while "Yah" refers to the Almighty God in Hebrew? I think we all stemmed from the same place.
I have Native American blood (Apache), but I currently live in the NE of India. I am still amazed when I see tribal people here wear clothing that I know my ancestors and brothers form other tribes to have worn. At some point, I believe the world was One - like Our Father, the Great Spirit, the Lord.
I love this song | Reviewer: Balik (mighty warrior) | 5/14/11
I am tsalagi as well my grandmother always sang this song My grandfather always told me stories of Our tribe and heritage after there passing I'm the only one in the family who still follows my heritage everyone else has lost touch with are ancestors it brings tears to see there are people who still follow those ways and never lose touch
I Love This Song | Reviewer: Moonwolf | 10/9/10
I am tsalagi (Cherokee) and this song touches my heart so deeply. At times it makes me cry for my people. Thank you for having the song on here. It is much appreciated by me and by my brothers and sisters!
Review from Wales, Great Britain | Reviewer: Pamela Brooks | 8/28/09
Beautiful words, which can be sung or chanted regardless of faith, creed or religion -the words are relevent to all. We shall sing it this September when our group of adults with additional learning needs meet again for Music and Drama sessions.
this is a part of me | Reviewer: courtney | 6/4/09
my name courtney and i'm mixed with cherokee from my grandmother her mom is full cherokee its apart of me and it means a lot to me especially i'm like the only one alive in my family who im around who speakes cherokee ,thankyou so much for keeping cherokee culture alive
Cherokee Morning Song | Reviewer: Limhachan Kithan | 5/27/09
i heard this song when i clik to check on to study the culture of the Native Americans as m from a tribal Naga, its a very nice song we should encourage to research our(every tribals) folk song which are almost fading.
It's amazing. | Reviewer: Taylor | 12/19/08
I love this song. It's a good way for me to hear the way my anscestors talked and such. I can learn about their culture better. I'm not sure what part Cherokee I am, but I'm determined to learn the culture anyway. Even as young as I am. :)
I love this song.. | Reviewer: Shereena | 10/30/08
This song is one of my first songs that I started to learn when I met my mother a year ago I started to learn more about my culture I am too Native... and now that I am starting to learn my culture I can teach My daughter when she gets a little older right now she is one so she wont learn that well but I sing her this song every morning when she wakes up
Cherokee Morning Song | Reviewer: Corinne | 10/1/07
I love this song - always gives me a feeling of peace and brings a settled smile to the corner of my lips. I'm a caucasian Canadian.
Good way to center and make a good start in the morning | Reviewer: Anonymous | 11/7/06
This song helps me get started. It reminds me why I am here and where the collective me, has been. It contains power, joy, determination and reverence. I need it.
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