See, Young Hunters

“A poor man takes the songs in his hands, / And sets them near the place where the sun sets. / See, young hunters, run to them, / Take them in your hands / And place them ... under the sunset.

”This is a song for a Papago puberty rite.  It makes more sense when one learns that Creator comes from “under the sunset” in their mythology.  The word “songs” refers to all the myth and ethos stories, because in oral traditions these stories are easier to remember when they are chanted.  A “poor man” is a revered elder.