Note: Anne Chapman: Lola Kiepa sings songs about the paint used in male puberty initiation rites. These songs were sung normally only by men. Women amused by them. It is believed rites learned from the Haush, the most ancient people (never studied) in Tierra del Fuego, who were pushed south by the Ona. Ona puberty songs are in Haush language. Historical interest of Ona proper names derived from childhood incidents and also from birth marks. Shaman songs. Songs for curing. Description of curing rites. How one becomes a shaman. Lola's mother, a shaman. Alan Lomax remarks that the song style resembles Arctic Siberian. Shaman song: "The gulls are lighting on the whale / Other birds light as it gets closer to shore / We are eating the whale." Alan Lomax: We also have an Ainu song on same topic. Lola's favorite - the "Moon Song": "Bird flies so high as if it is going to the moon."