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    X:1
    T:Dakota Love Song 1
    C:Santee Sioux - Transcribed by Alfred Longley Riggs (1869)
    C:Transposed for NAF by Robert Gatliff");
    M:3/4
    L:1/4
    K:E
    (3f/c/B/ | c2 (3f/c/B/ |{c}B2 A/F/|B A/ F A/|
    w:He~~ ~~nan-~zhin we, He~~ ~~nan-~zhin we, U-~kta ce, U-~kta ke-
    F F z/ c/|B/c/ B A/F/  |B A/ F A/|F F |]
    w:ya ca! Wa-~mdi-~du-~ta U-~kta ce, U-~kta ke-~ya ca! 
  

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. 1 on page 476; translation on page 460.

Context:
Sung by the faithful maiden, while her chosen brave is absent, rejecting a mercenary suitor.

Transalation:
Stay there, I say! Stay there, I say!
Come he will; he'll come; he said so.
Scarlet Eagle, he will come, he'll come; he said so.