Sun & Moon, an old Indian legend goes something like this;
Back when the sky was always dark there was an Indian cheif that had two
sons, the younger son, named "One Who Walks All Over the Sky," and an older son
"Walks About Early." The younger son was sad to see the sky was always
dark, so he made a mask out of wood and pitch (the Sun) and lit it on fire.
Each day he travels across the sky, at night he sleeps below the horizon and
when he snores sparks fly from the mask and makes the stars. The older
brother became jealous. To impress their father he smeared fat and charcoal
on his face (the Moon) and makes his own path across the sky
when his younger brother (the Sun) is sleeping.