Natá, hiƞyéte, čhaƞkpé, sí (head & shoulders children’s song) by Matt Remle

LRInspire Native language preservation presents: Children’s songs Lakota(ized)!

Singing is perhaps one of the fastest, and fun, ways of learning a language. Catchy tunes tend to stick with us long after we’ve heard them.

Below is the children’s song head, shoulders, knees and toes (feet) sung in Lakota.

Natá, hiƞyéte, čhaƞkpé, sí, čhaƞkpé, sí
Natá, hiƞyéte, čhaƞkpé, sí, čhaƞkpé, sí
Ištá, núƞǧe, í ná pȟasú
Natá, hiƞyéte, čhaƞkpé, sí, čhaƞkpé, sí

Natá (head)

Hiƞyéte (shoulder)

Čhaƞkpé (knee)

Sí (foot)

Ištá (eyes)

Núƞǧe (ear)

Í (mouth)

Pȟasú (nose)

Click link to download Natá, hiƞyéte, čhaƞkpé, sí, čhaƞkpé, sí Lakota language word search here Natá & hiƞyéte olówaƞ

Posted and vocals by

Wakinyan Waanatan (Matt Remle)

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5 thoughts on “Natá, hiƞyéte, čhaƞkpé, sí (head & shoulders children’s song) by Matt Remle

  1. Thanks, for some reason, I woke up thinking I needed to learn a new language.. What a wonderful gift.. My Nata will be filled with new and great words soon….

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