Irreverent Indian Song About Santa – That Indians Love
Even though I do a radio talk show, every year at Christmas time my listeners beg me, BEG ME I TELL YOU, to play this song on the radio.
You can hear it in the video below.
It's of the time that Santa attempted to deliver toys to a tipi out on the great planes.
It did not end well.
Seeing the multiple opportunities they strip him of everything and even field dress his deer for winter meat. Heck 8 reindeer might just be enough to last all year.
All those toys go to the pawnshop.
Santa tries to reason with him but, apparently, he doesn't quite know how to talk Indian.
Here is the song. ENJOY! If you are faint of heart you do not want to hear this song. What happens to Santa, his sleigh, and the reindeer is -- wrong -- sad -- but funny if you have that sort of a sense of humor.
The song was written and produced by the Shoshoni Elder Oldhands breaks down and post's his Original Aboriginal Christmas Song.
Oldhands is a traditional healer and spiritual leader of the Tongna Shoshone First Nations. He has traveled the US and Canada working with ailing and dying people from all Nations and offers insight into the healing dimensions of First Nations spirituality, and apparently, he has a WONDERFUL sense of humor.
It has over a million views on YouTube, and I'd have to say a lot more than that because so many people have copied the audio and put it on their own page.
I did a little digging and found, with no surprise at all, that the song has been shared on many American Indian websites, and they love it.