Wi n’ de Ya ho — Cherokee Morning Song — Walela

The songs are sung by the Cherokee group Walela.

The Cherokee Mornings Song is a traditional greeting to the Rising Sun.   Sunrise is a sacred time, the dawn of a new day.

Wi n’ de Ya ho —  Cherokee Morning Song — Walela

Wash Your Spirit Clean — Walela

~Wash your spirit clean~
Give away the things you don’t need
Let it all go and you’ll soon see
And you’ll wash your spirit clean
Wash your spirit clean
Go and pray upon a mountain
Go and pray beside the ocean
And you’ll wash your spirit clean
Wash Your spirit clean
Be grateful for the struggle
Be thankful for the lessons
And you’ll wash your spirit clean
Wash your spirit clean
Give away the things you don’t need
Let it all go and you’ll soon see
And you’ll wash your spirit clean
Wash your spirit clean

 

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20 comments on “Wi n’ de Ya ho — Cherokee Morning Song — Walela

  1. dweezer19 says:

    Where is the love button? My heart is full. Thank you.

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  2. Ellen Hawley says:

    Beautiful words, but the videos only came up with a Not Available message.

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  3. willowdot21 says:

    Wonderful, if only everyone could heed the words !! I shall be trying to wash my spirit clean today!!…. OOA ! I am in enough strife right now it cannot do any harm!! 😉 xx

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  4. Henry Jekyll says:

    I enjoyed this, thank you for sharing.

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  5. cindy knoke says:

    Ethereal. Bravo.

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  6. Both are amazingly beautiful and soothing. Great to hear last thing at night too. Thanks for sharing. PEACE-

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  7. I love this. Amazing and beautiful! Who knew there was a song but you? This is so cool Bear! Now I know where your name comes from…..Yes it takes me awhile to catch on. Love ya and hugs

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    • I’m sorry, the origin of Bear is different, sort of, it evolved, it is not any sort of official Gift name. More on the order of a nick-name that just stuck. I’m known by several different handles in different circles.
      —Walela is a well known group. They performed some of the songs in Oh Brother Where Are Thou” We n’ de Ya ho being a traditional song is well known also. I’m not special for knowing of it. I just thought of you and how exhausted you must be yet how joyful to greet the new dawn.

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