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    T:Dakota Love Song 2
    C:Santee Sioux - Transcribed by Alfred Longley Riggs (1869)
    C:Transposed for NAF by Robert Gatliff
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    w:Tu-wesh h-~e-~ce-cash ko-~ki-~pa, ko-~~ki-~pe-~dan ka!_
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    w:Tu-wesh h-~e-~ce-cash ko-~ki-~pa, ko-~~ki-~pe-~dan ka!_
  

Source:
"TAH'-KOO WAH-KAN; The gospel among the Dakotas" by Stephen R. Riggs (1869) included an appendix: "Dakota songs and music" by Alfred Longley Riggs (son of Stephen). Song No. 2 on page 476; translation on page 460.

Context:
Sung by the faithful maiden who makes light of terror from a rejected suitor.

Transalation:
Who would of such an one be afraid! Be afraid, indeed!
Who would of such an one be afraid! Be afraid, indeed!