The album "Sacred Ground" won the best Grammy for Native American Music in 2006. Joanne Shenandoah was honored for songwriting & vocals on the album.
O Mother Earth, with your fields of greenOnce more lay down by the hungry handHow long can you give & not receiveAnd feed this world ruled by greed? (2x)
C F C G / Am - F G / C G C G / Am G F - / Am G F - (C F C G)
O ball of fire in the summer skyYour healing light, your parade of daysFor they betray by the will of powerWho hold this world in their changing handsThey hold the world in their changing hands
O freedom land can you let this goDown to the streams where the numbers grow?Respect Mother Earth & her giving waysOr trade away our children's days (2x)
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