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Grand Entry

Grand Entry Ritallin aka Greg Frankson in the heart of Kanata the drum Algonquin land beneath us by the edge of the river the drum multicultural in nature planted in Turtle Island the rhythm of the drum we in Ottawa – we welcome you feel the beat of the drum was the heartbeat of the nation to come and join the drum from the day it was begun traditional expression and at that final moment the dancers fancy shawlin’ of the depth of the culture when all life on Earth is done as the singers are a callin’ moving into the circle and the oceans turn to salty beds to the beauty that’s within us that’s surrounding the drum beneath the burning sun and responding to the drum the dancers fancy shawlin’ the drum traditional expression as the singers are a callin’ the drum of the depth of the culture to the beauty that’s within us the passion of the drum moving into the circle and responding to the drum will continue to reverberate that’s surrounding the drum long after we succumb invited to be in it beyond that final moment in the heart of Kanata all our cultures join together after all that we’ve become on the edge of the river and the unity created then the land will surely echo planted in Turtle Island when the people start to come with the silence of the none feel the power of the drum inspires understanding the drum the drum commonality of purpose the drum the drum dedication to the service the power of the drum the rhythm of the drum of the people of the drum is the universal language in the heart of Kanata at the tips of all our tongues feel the power of the drum Algonquin land beneath us and at the present moment multicultural in nature all together, everyone – the drum we in Ottawa – we welcome you in the name of global healing the drum to come and join the drum let’s pay homage to the drum the passion of the drum planted in Turtle Island feel the beat of the drum. The International Journal of Leadership in Public Services Volume 4 Issue 1 April 2008 © Pavilion Journals (Brighton) Ltd IIMHL special edition http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The International Journal of Leadership in Public Services Emerald Publishing

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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1747-9886
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10.1108/17479886200800003
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Abstract

Ritallin aka Greg Frankson in the heart of Kanata the drum Algonquin land beneath us by the edge of the river the drum multicultural in nature planted in Turtle Island the rhythm of the drum we in Ottawa – we welcome you feel the beat of the drum was the heartbeat of the nation to come and join the drum from the day it was begun traditional expression and at that final moment the dancers fancy shawlin’ of the depth of the culture when all life on Earth is done as the singers are a callin’ moving into the circle and the oceans turn to salty beds to the beauty that’s within us that’s surrounding the drum beneath the burning sun and responding to the drum the dancers fancy shawlin’ the drum traditional expression as the singers are a callin’ the drum of the depth of the culture to the beauty that’s within us the passion of the drum moving into the circle and responding to the drum will continue to reverberate that’s surrounding the drum long after we succumb invited to be in it beyond that final moment in the heart of Kanata all our cultures join together after all that we’ve become on the edge of the river and the unity created then the land will surely echo planted in Turtle Island when the people start to come with the silence of the none feel the power of the drum inspires understanding the drum the drum commonality of purpose the drum the drum dedication to the service the power of the drum the rhythm of the drum of the people of the drum is the universal language in the heart of Kanata at the tips of all our tongues feel the power of the drum Algonquin land beneath us and at the present moment multicultural in nature all together, everyone – the drum we in Ottawa – we welcome you in the name of global healing the drum to come and join the drum let’s pay homage to the drum the passion of the drum planted in Turtle Island feel the beat of the drum. The International Journal of Leadership in Public Services Volume 4 Issue 1 April 2008 © Pavilion Journals (Brighton) Ltd IIMHL special edition

Journal

The International Journal of Leadership in Public ServicesEmerald Publishing

Published: Apr 1, 2008

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