Rolling Stones Lyrics

Overview / Lyrics (see all) / Photos / Videos / News

print correct

Indian Girl Lyrics

from Emotional Rescue

"Indian Girl" is track #5 on the album Emotional Rescue. It was written by Jagger, Mick/richards, Keith.
"Indian Girl" is track #5 on the album Emotional Rescue. It was written by Jagger, Mick/richards, Keith.

(No other information is available for this lyric - would you like to add something today?)
show more
Edit | show less
Help
What chart rank did the song debut? What is the song about? Has it won any awards?, etc.
Cancel Submit
Thank You
Your introduction will appear once it has been deemed awesome by our team of wizards.

Submit Corrections Cancel

Little Indian girl, where is your mama?
Little Indian girl, where is your papa?
He's fighting in the war in the streets of Masaya
All the children were dead, except the one girl who said
"Please Mister Gringo, please find my father"

Lesson number one that you learn while you're young
Life just goes on and on getting harder and harder

Little Indian girl, from Nueva, Granada

Ma says there's no food, there's nothing left in the larder
Last piece of meat was eaten by the soldiers that raped her

Lesson number one that you learn while you're young
Life just goes on and on getting harder and harder
Life just goes on and on getting harder and harder

Little Indian girl, from Nueva, Granada
Little Indian girl, from Nueva, Granada

Yes, I saw them today, it's a sight I would say
They're shooting down planes with their M-16 and with laughter

Mr. Gringo, my father he ain't no Che Guevara
And he's fighting the war on the streets of Masaya
Little Indian girl where is your father?
Indian girl where is your momma?
They're fighting for Mr. Castro in the streets of Angola

Songwriters
JAGGER, MICK/RICHARDS, KEITH

Published by
Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

Listen to The Rolling Stones Radio on Last.fm, Radio.com or Jango

Poll

Vote Now
Next Poll