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Nibi Nagamowin: The Water Song (Lyrics Sheet and Video)

Nibi is LIfe Photo by G. Horton-Baptiste

Below is a download button for a PDF printable handout of the Nibi Nagamowin (Water Song) by Doreen Day for singing at an Indigenous-Led Water Protection Walk. 

Print, copy and distribute this song for your 2017-2018 Pathway to PoWR water protection gathering attendees and upload photos and videos of your ceremony to social media utilizing hashtag #BecauseOfWater.

To translate the Water Song into your language, 

paste the lyrics (Water, we love you. We thank you. We respect you) into Google Translate.

Nibi Nagamowin: The Water Song

Nibi, Gizaagi’igo
Nibi, Gee-zaw-gay-i-go
       Water, we love you

Gimiigwechiwenimigo
Gee-mee-gwe-chi-way-nay-mi-go
        We thank you

Gizhawenimigo
Gee-zhaw-way-nay-mi-go
        We respect you

 
LISTEN TO THE WATER SONG BELOW:

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Nibi Nagamowin: The Water Song (Lyrics Sheet and Video)

Nibi is LIfe Photo by G. Horton-Baptiste

Thank you for downloading this printable handout of the Nibi Nagamowin (Water Song) by Doreen Day for singing at an Indigenous-Led Water Protection Walk. 

Print, copy and distribute this song for your Pathway to POWR water protection gathering attendees and upload photos and videos of your ceremony to social media utilizing hashtag #BecauseOfWater.

To translate the Water Song into your language, 

paste the lyrics into Google Translate as below. 

Nibi Nagamowin: The Water Song

Nibi, Gizaagi’igo
Nibi, Gee-zaw-gay-i-go
       Water, we love you

Gimiigwechiwenimigo
Gee-mee-gwe-chi-way-nay-mi-go
        We thank you

Gizhawenimigo
Gee-zhaw-way-nay-mi-go
        We respect you

 
LISTEN TO THE WATER SONG BELOW:

PDF icon Download (69.26 KB)
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