niyânan pinêsisak : Five Little Birds (n-dialect)

This song by Brian MacDonald is probably best known in y-dialect. Ken Paupanekis has shared his n-dialect version. The numbers stay the same regardless of dialect, but the word for “little birds” changes: 
n-dialect: pinêsisak
y-dialect: piyêsisak
th-dialect: pithêsisak 

niyânan pinêsîsak
apiwak mistikohk
pêyak sipwê piminâw
nêwo êkwa poko

nêwo pinêsîsak
apiwak mistikohk
pêyak sipwê piminâw
nisto êkwa poko

nisto pinêsîsak
apiwak mistikohk
pêyak sipwê piminâw
nîso êkwa poko

nîso pinêsîsak
apiwak mistikohk
pêyak sipwê piminâw
pêyak êkwa poko

pêyak pinêsîsak
apiw mistikohk
pêyak sipwê piminâw
(na)mwâc kêkwân pinêsîsak
Use actions with this counting song:

Five little birds,
sitting on a tree.
One flies away,
now there are only four.


pêyak : one
nîso : two
nisto : three
nêwo : four
niyânan : five
namwâc kêkwan : none (zero)