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To Locate the Song, See:
 Alphabetical List of Songs

Apache

GERONIMO'S MEDICINE SONG 
GERONIMO'S SONG 
MEDICINE SONG

Arapaho

GHOST DANCE SONG 
GHOST DANCE SONG

Cheyenne

HAND GAME SONG

Chippewa or Ojibway 

CAROUSAL 
DO NOT WEEP 
FIRST INITIATION SONG 
GROUND TREMBLES 
I AM GOING AWAY 
I AM RAISING HIM UP 
INSIDE THE CAVE 
LULLABY 
MIDE SONG 
MIDE SONG 
MORNING STAR 
MUJE MUKESIN 
MY BARK CANOE 
NAKED BEAR 
OGIMA 
PEACE PACT SONG 
PIPE DANCE SONG 
RED BLANKET 
SKY REPLIES 
SMALL LEGS 
SUN DANCE SONG 
WE NOW RECEIVE 
WHY SHOULD I BE JEALOUS

Dakota (see Sioux) 

Eskimo

RETURNING HUNTER

Fox

TUA WA WASHTE

Hopi

SNAKE DANCE SONG .

Kiowa 

GOMDA DAAGYA 
WIND SONG

Laguna 

CORN GRINDING SONG

Navaho 

DINNI-E SIN 
DSICHL BIYIN 
DSICHLYEDJI HATAL 
HUNTING SONG 
MEDICINE SONG 
MOUNTAIN CHANT SONG 
MOUNTAIN SONG 
NAYE-E SIN
WAR SONG 
WAR SONG 
YEI-BE-CHI

Ojibway (see Chippewa) 

Omiha 

GAME SONG
HEDEWACHI
HIDING THE STONE SONG
LOVE CALL
PRAYER OF THE WARRIORS BEFORE SMOKING THE PIPE
RETURN OF THE RUNNERS 
TRIBAL PRAYER
ZONZIMONDI

Osage

FIGHT FOR THE CHARCOAL 
RISING TO DEPART

Paiute 

GAMBLING SONG

Pawnee 

BEAR SOCIETY SONG 
TAWI KURUKS

Santo Domingo (?)

 PEYOTE DRINKING SONG

Sioux

BEHOLD THE DAWN
DANCING SONG 
DANCING SONG 
DOG FEAST SONG 
FOX SOCIETY SONG 
GRASS DANCE 
LOVE SONG 
SHUNKA OLOWAN 
TOKALA OLOWAN 
WIOSTE OLOWAN

Tesuque 

EAGLE DANCE SONG

Ute

DUST OF THE RED WAGON

Winnebago

WARRIOR SONG I 
WARRIOR SONG II 
WARRIOR SONG VI

Zuni

BLUE CORN DANCE SONG 
CORN DANCE SONG 
CORN GRINDING SONG 
LULLABY 
SHOKO OTIIKWE
SUNRISE CALL 
SUNSET SONG 
THLAH HEWE

To Locate A Song, See:

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