Label: MGM Records - 2683-032 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country
It is the love that is not openly reciprocated or understood as such by the beloved. Merely, the song is about the lonely man, the lone Indian. Born To Swing - Artie Shaw And His Orchestra - (1937-38) Vol.1 it sounds pacifying with the voice of Hank Williams.
As the lyrics say:. Kaw-Liga, too stubborn to ever show a sign. Because his heart was made of knotty pine. But the Indian maiden waits for Kaw-Liga to show his affection for her. Kaw-Liga, on the other hand, is unable to talk physically and emotionally. In connection, just like the stereotype of Native Americans, they refuse or somewhat reluctant to show fondness. Is it any wonder that his face is red? The song ends with the Indian maid being bought and taken away from the antique store by a buyer, leaving Kaw-Liga alone.
Kaw-liga just stands there as lonely as can be. And wishes he was still an old pine tree. Kaw- liga was a wooden Indian standing by the door.
He fell in love with an Indian maiden over in the antique store. Kaw- liga just stood there and never let it show. He always wore Kawliga - Hank Williams / Hank Williams Jr. - The Legend Of Hank Williams In Song And Story Sunday feathers and held a tomahawk. Kaw- ligatoo stubborn to ever show a sign. Kaw- liga was a lonely Indian, never went nowhere. His heart was set on the Indian maid with the coal black hair.
And then one day a wealthy customer bought the Indian maid. Kaw- liga just stands there as lonely as can be.
It begins in a minor key, which modulates into a primary key on the chorus, and also features big band drummer. In addition, the song fades out, the only Hank Williams song to do so. You may also leave a comment below for the artists and songs you would like us to feature. By James Lambert April 16, Share This.
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