From the recording Passing Through (2011)

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Lyrics

I Really Don’t Remember

I walked with an Ojibway man
Through the Garden River First Nation Band
Where the train bridge said this is Indian land
I really don’t remember

I shared a bit of his berry wine
It kind of kicked me where the sun don’t shine
a pow wow out on Jardan Mine
I really don’t remember

I think I smoked some of Shinwalk’s plants
Searching for the original trance
Think I learned a traditional dance
I really don’t remember

Hey hey hey nine anishinaabe hey
Whoa whoa whoa mr. white man hello

Once wooden arrows met silver bullets
in the name of freedom in the name of fashion
now the tide of time has finally rolled in
washing footprints it's a time for action

From the Eastern seaboard
Down the seaway
Through the Horeseshoe
On those Great Lakes
O'er the flatlands
and on the mountain tops
but are we any wiser now that we are there?

Hey hey hey nine anishinaabe hey
Whoa whoa whoa mr. white man hello