Thanks to Jason Chamakese for permission to post this song in Cree, honouring women. Jason is playing the flute, while Robert Gladue sings and drums. (I first found the song when Sylvia Mcadam Saysewahum shared it on Facebook).
They describe the song on Youtube:
A song that reminds us to honour, respect and love our women. Without their strength and nurturing spirit, there is no life. Sung in the Plains Cree language, the composition of this song is credited to the late Simon Kytwayhat of the Loon Lake First Nation in Saskatchewan, Canada.
nanaskomâtân iskwêw ᓇᓇᐢᑯᒫᑖᐣ ᐃᐢᑵᐤ
(Let us thank the woman)
ê-kisêwâtisit okâwîmâw ᐁᑭᓭᐚᑎᓯᐟ ᐅᑳᐑᒫᐤ
(Our mother is compassionate)
(She is blessed)
pimâtisiwin ê-ohpikihtamâkoyahk ᐱᒫᑎᓯᐏᐣ ᐁᐅᐦᐱᑭᐦᑕᒫᑯᔭᕽ
(She nurtures and raises life for us)