Jim Underwood
CHEROKEE TEARS
By: Jim Underwood
Catalog ID: 429842   Duration: 3:05   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 96   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Dramatic Music | Ethereal, dreamy and beautiful music
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Slip back into the mists of a forgotten time. Sense the mystical poignancy of a lost way of life. Close your eyes and see the ghostly images of Cherokee braves as they move through the shadowy forests of the Smokey Mountains. Hear the rhythms of the hunt. Then listen as the dream steals away.   Keywords: Native American Trail of Tears History Indians Relocation Broken Treaty Reservation Wilderness Corn People Chiefs Warriors Villages Civil Rights Disenfranchised



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