«Now what are you up to?»
«Oh, just humming a lullaby my mama would sing to my sister and me.
―Urgah and Kneesaa a Jari Kintaka[src]

The Ewok Ra-Lee sang a lullaby to her daughters, Kneesaa a Jari Kintaka and Asha, when the girls were still young woklings. Years later, in 3 ABY, Kintaka still remembered the song. That year, she was kidnapped by a tribe of Duloks and forced to babysit a Phlog infant named Nahkee at the Dulok Swamp along with friends from her tribeWicket W. Warrick, Teebo, Malani, and Latara. Latara formulated a plan to use the lullaby to escape. The scheme began wihen Kintaka began humming the tune. The Dulok Queen, Urgah, heard the performance and sarcastically demanded that Kintaka serenade the entire village. Kintaka complied, accompanied by Latara on her flute. Meanwhile, Teebo secured the aid of several birds known as humming peepers. In conjunction with the birds' fast-beating wings, Kintaka's tune lulled the Duloks to sleep. With their captors dozing, the Ewoks escaped with the baby Phlog.