Hush My Little One

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    • Robin
    • Even if you are on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there.

    Hush My Little One

    Hush my little one don’t cry I know that you don’t understand
    What is happening around you is not in the Red Mans hand

    The blood of his forefathers running through his veins
    Poured out upon this land by the white mans reins

    Your fathers gone to fight to defend our people and land
    Riding into battle with pride against the enemy he will stand

    A battle long remembered the night filled with much crying
    Our lives have been shortened our people are dying

    This I say to you my son for your life I now fear
    Before your life time's done may be less Red Man here

    My little one, take your rest close your eyes in peaceful slumber
    Pray the day will soon come our people will increase in number


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