|The Great Sioux Victory|
1.The mighty, proud Sioux Nation did not want the reservation, but the gen'ral they called Yellow Hair planned to drive them from their ground. 'Cause he was fond of Injun killin' and the troops he led were willin' to mount their trusty stallions and run the red men down.
CHORUS: Now, whether Custer had it comin' I don't know but they weren't funnin' when they caught him with his pants down at Little Big Horn Creek. And the great Sioux Nation's victory put Sitting Bull in history as the man who taught the Blue-coats the agony of defeat.
2. What happened there is history, not a pleasant sight to see. Five thousand screaming warriors came charging we are told. A cloud of arrows filled the air as soldiers wished that they weren't there when thund'ring hooves and war whoops made their blood run cold.
3. So, Custer's Seventh Cavalry died that day in infamy at the hand of a mighty warrior who would also know defeat. 'Cause he had no chance of winning when the Blue-coat troops came swarming, to put them into prison or mow them down like wheat.