The Little Indian Boy Learned About Home While Sitting on His Grandfather's Knee
He often wondered about life beyond the casino infestation
Once upon a time there was a little Indian boy who lived on an allotted reservation
He often wondered about life in the world beyond the casino infestation?
His grandfather sat him on his knee and told him how it used to be
A proud family tradition, dignity and the best was living free
Then one day soldiers came and took their land away
They were forced to travel many miles where they still live today
It was a strange land and it has never felt like home
No hunting buffalo, no river to catch fish and no place to roam
History called it ' The Trail Of Tears '
Babies born, snow falling, many dying, old women still remembers after all these years
When they finally reached their destination
They thought of home and their peaceful cohabitation
Now we read that the young and old drink liquor just to survive
The women work in the casinos or the hotels that house the gamblers who grow wealthy after they arrive
The little Indian boy listened closely while sitting on his grandfather's knee
Wishing for his homeland, but mostly wishing his grandpa could have restful memories.