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Published on Mar 14, 2008
c)Video by firstname.lastname@example.org Music: Walela (Rita Coolidge, Priscilla Coolidge, Laura Satterfield) Album "Walela". Lyrics: 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. Translation by David Michael Wolfe who is an Eastern Virginia Cherokee and a cultural historian.
Pictures: The woman with drum is late Paiute singer Judy Trejo. Paintings (Jesus): Fr. John Giulani Flowering peyote: Christopher B. c)erowid.org