OrangeSpiritNation

Orange Spirit Nation has strong traditions which include many songs.  

Dads and daughters alike enjoy singing together to represent their tribes and the Nation as a whole.

NATION SONG:

  • To the tune of “If You’re Happy and You Know It”.
  • Everyone stands up together to sing the first Nation verse.

 

  1. OPENING VERSE FOR EVERYONE

If you’re an Indian Princess, clap your hands. (clap, clap, clap)

If you’re an Indian Princess, clap your hands. (clap, clap, clap)

If you love Indian Princesses, and Wahoka is your call,

Then share a big Wahoka with us all!  (Wahoka!)

  1. DAUGHTERS VERSE

I’m a girl who camps with her dad, oh yes I am!  (Dads: Yes she is!)

Well, I’m a girl who camps with her dad, yes I am! (Dads: Yes she is!)

I’m a girl who loves her dad, and our camping makes me glad,

Yes, I’m a girl who loves her dad, yes I am!  (Dads: Yes she is!)

  1. DADS VERSE

I’m a dad who camps with my daughter, yes I am!  (Daughters: Yes he is!)

I’m a dad who camps with my daughter, yes I am!  (Daughters: Yes he is!)

Since I’m a dad who loves my daughter, I’m proud to be her friend,

Yes, I’m a dad who loves his daughter to the end.  (Daughters: Yes, we’re friends!)

  1. EVERYBODY

I’m an Indian Princess Girl/Dad, hear my call. (tribal calls from all)

Yes, I’m an Indian Princess Girl/Dad, hear my call.  (tribal calls from all)

Now you’ve heard our tribal calls, we’re a family one and all.

We love Orange Spirit Nation, hear our calls!!

[big finale of tribal calls squawking]

 

- February 2016 Camp Round Meadow – Laughing Fox Family