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Many to thank on this Alternative/Inspirational little rocker...First our good friend JFujino, whom traveled many miles w/us, He now lives up in Montana w/ his beloved wife and child, good friends, great times, 2nd, and 3rd parts come from Inspiration of reading "Black Elk"(Wallace Black Elk) "The Sacred Way's of a Lakota", written by William S. Lyon, Inspired MJ enough to go and find the spot of the Last Ghost Dance recorded on US soil. & out sprung this little ditty, hope you enjoy!
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Fujimojorison, Fujimojo true, (2x's thru)
" " , Fuji's never blue,
Fujimojorison spirits on high,
Up in the Badlands,
High in the sky...
-Oh, Fujimojorison, Fujimojo's true,
We'll bet he's got some nugget's for you,
Up in the Black Hills, winding down the trails,
Around those campfire's, they'll tell their tales..


Sacred way's of Chanunpa,
Sacred way's of the Navajo,
Sacred way's of Lakota
Teach us the way's of Geronimo,
Sacred way's of Arapaho,
Sacred way's of the Navajo,
Sacred way's of Chanunpa...


Teepee's, hammer's, gun's somehow,
Weapon's of war, we must lose them now,
Give back to roots, and the Earth somehow,
Teach us Black Elk to understand,
Grab you sister on by the hand,
Dance about this Sacred Land,
Never forgetting, The Last Ghost Dance...


Set my soul free, and fly away...

(c)2008 All music, lyrics, and vocals, written and performed by MJGolda and JHauck.
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Uploaded: Aug 08, 2008 - 11:55:17 PM
Last Updated: Aug 10, 2008 - 12:17:19 PM Last Played: Jun 23, 2019 - 07:41:06 AM
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magnatone said 3998 days ago (August 9th, 2008)
This is SO COOL! I can't believe nobody's heard it yet, this should NOT get overlooked! Very cool vocals, chant-like, trancey, love the native american sound and all the instrumentation you chose. This is terrific, hope people start to notice it!
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MJG said 3997 days ago (August 10th, 2008)
Thanks Magna
We try to keep it simple, honest, and true, what ever comes naturaly from our hearts and hands, thanks for the listen and comments.-MJ
Check out my latest song called The Edge of Reason(w/vocals)
Feter said 3881 days ago (December 4th, 2008)
Good mantra rockin song ...its all there ..on the bass
and the beat ..good singing as well ...rock on !!!
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davezero said 3223 days ago (September 23rd, 2010)
the lakota dance
interesting place to draw spirit of song from, i passed through those territories and absorbed what i could, took me 20 years to be able to process them into what i am, nice to just soak it up there and put it here, cool.
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MJG said 3143 days ago (December 11th, 2010)
Thanks Dave
Glad you liked your listen. Thanks for commenting too, a life-time of images and visions..travels, loved ones, books and history's real stories is what I try to let out of myself while playing and singing...
Check out my latest song called The Edge of Reason(w/vocals)
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