Wolf Saga


Walls is a story of a strong Woman raising a young boy, and how he learns through her that we all need to have equal opportunity.

I wrote this song about my 88 year old grandmother who still has an effective impact on me. Thanks for raising me right. – Johnny Saga.



Published on Dec 8, 2015

Today Ottawa announced it’s inquiry into MMIW in Canada. [MMIW – Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women]
This is a song I wrote for the short film of the same name, directed by Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs. Which is being submitted to film festivals in the new year.

Please read up on this issue and share the song.


  1. rq says

    Loved the first one, and it made me a little bit sad (but in that nice kind of way).
    The second one (considering the context) just made me sad. :(

  2. says


    The second one (considering the context) just made me sad. :(

    Yes. A lot of indigenous artists are stepping up and publicizing this issue, refusing to allow the Canadian government to keep ignoring all those women, and it’s good to see that happening.

  3. dakotagreasemonkey says

    Both songs I want to add to my music.
    People just disappearing is just wrong, female or male, if it’s by the hand of a third party.
    Human trafficking , is just the modern version of slavery. Just a slower Rape of a Life, whether it ends in death, or a really mangled survivor.
    And yes, very Sad.

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