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I'M AN INDIAN TOO from 1946 New York musical "Annie Get Your Gun" sung by Ethel Merman (Irving Berlin 1946) Ethel Merman with Orchestra conducted by Jay Blackton (stage recording) Like the Seminole, Navajo, Kickapoo, Like those Indians, I'm an Indian too, A Sioux, a Sioux. Just like Battle Axe, Hatchet Face, Eagle Nose, Like those Indians, I'm an Indian too, A Sioux, a Sioux. Some Indian summer's day, Without a sound, I may hide away With Big Chief Hole In The Ground! And I'll have totem poles, tomahawks, pipes of peace, Which will go to prove I'm an Indian too, A Sioux, a Sioux. With my chief in his teepee, We'll raise an Indian family, And I'll be busy night and day, Looking like a flower sack With two papooses on my back, And three papooses on the way! Like the Chippewa, Iroquois, Omaha, Like those Indians, I'm an Indian too, A Sioux, a Sioux. Just like Rising Moon, Falling Pants, Running Nose, Like those Indians, I'm an Indian too, A Sioux, a Sioux. Some Indian summer's day, Without a care, I may run away With Big Chief Son Of A Bear! And I'll wear moccasins, wampum beads, feather hats, Which will go to prove I'm an Indian too, A Sioux, a Sioux. (Transcribed by Peter Akers - September 2017)

    





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