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Wi Na De Ya Ho

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COUNTRY: United States/Cherokee Nation

LANGUAGE: Cherokee

GENRE: Native American/Eastern Woodlands

Robbie Robertson, composer and guitarist of The Band, helped make this Cherokee song one of the most recognizable of all Native American tunes, though this version by Barry Winfried Bailey, the third tune in his video below, has a whole lot of charm.
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[wpspoiler name=”Three traditional Cherokee songs” open=”true” style=”aatw-video”][/wpspoiler]

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