Belinda wrote me…
Just an enquiry. I work in child care and would like to teach this song I learnt as a student but I have not got the full song, I believe it is an Eskimo song or I think an American Indian (song). I can only type it as I would sing it. Here I go…
Oky Toky Unga
Oky toky unga, oky toky unga,
(Children do the actions of paddling a canoe while sitting on the floor)
Hey misha, dey misha, do misha dey,
(Then the next part goes something like this…)
Hexa coola misha,hexa coola misha
(Children then stop rowing and look around with hand up at forehead then repeat the song).
Does this song sound at all famaliar? I would really love the correct words.
If anyone can help with the lyrics to this song, please write me.
UPDATE: Check the COMMENTS below for the full lyrics to this song!
For the lyrics to some other Native American songs, you can go to…
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