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PlayLeaned on Indian ways

by Ed Luna

This song is about dealing with corporate greed, high rents, and the "movers and shakers" voting on things that don't affect them.
"What time do the pubs close"?.....
When things get rough you have to find your inner strength and peace.
I choose the "old ways".
Uploaded: March 1, 2009
Duration: 4m 35s

Comments for Leaned on Indian ways

Portrait of Paul49
A Real entertaining hand slap'n tune! E

Portrait of bobby kirl
Damn that groove is smooooooth!!! I dig this tune Ed!

Portrait of She SaiD/ Australia
Well Ed, Don pretty much said what I wanted to say, and I left a pretty lengthy comment at your profile regarding This song and Peace of Mind...To sum up Ed, I love your talent and your incredible writing Je

Portrait of Jeff Wright
This Track kinda reminds me of CSN&Y
Good Work my Friend!

Portrait of Don Worden
I haven't been this impressed since I heard Ritchie Havens do "Here Comes The Sun! and it didn't have the social commentary we need today
The combination of your lyrics with that great timing and the - oh so subtle percussion - it' a classic already. (Can I have my five bucks now? - LOL
Seriously FINE piece of work my friend

Don Worden

Portrait of Christina
"Leaned on Indian Way" is great Ed. Love it. Reminds me of a Crazy Horse - Sioux quote.

"In early days we were close to nature. We judged time, weather conditions, and many things by the elements--the good earth, the blue sky, the flying of geese, and the changing winds. We looked to these for guidance and answers. Our prayers and thanksgiving were said to the four winds--to the East, from whence the new day was born; to the South, which sent the warm breeze whic
gave a feeling of comfort; to the West, which ended the day and brought rest; and to the North, the Mother of winter whose sharp air awakened a time of preparation for the long days ahead. We lived by God's hand throug
nature and evaluated the changing winds to tell us or warn us of what was ahead.Today we are again evaluating the changing winds. May we be strong in spirit and equal to our Fathers of another day in reading the signs accurately and interpreting them wisely. May Wah-Kon-Tah, the Great Spirit, look down upon us, guide us, inspire us, and give us courage and wisdom. Above all, may He look down upon us and be pleased.

Crazy Horse - Sioux

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