Golden Arrow (song)

Golden Arrow (song)

"Golden Arrow " is popular song published both as an intermezzo two-step and a ballad in 1909. The music was composed by Egbert Van Alstyne, with lyrics added by Harry Williams. The ballad is a love story between the unnamed son of a Chief Arrow-Bow and a maiden named Golden Arrow, both of the Sioux nation in Idaho.

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Golden Arrow (song) - Lyrics
... side was the pride of a tribe, the son of Chief ArrowBow And in the ear of his dear, sweet and clear, he whispered low ... Chorus "My little GoldenArrow I love you You've pierced my heart it's true, pretty Sioux, through and through, Take me to be your fallen sparrow, do— For ... must guide me, you know." "Then I can see we'll agree, come with me," said ArrowBow ...

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