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The Sicilian Knight

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Jarl Galinn,

 

Your courageous and very dignified behaviour in the last couple of weeks his inspired me to write this song for you.

 

Now there was a Sicilian Knight,

driven by most righteous might,

who delivered with very much success,

a royal damsel from deep distress.

 

After swiftly crossing the Rubicon,

he valiantly took the roaring mob on,

and despite their very belligerent manners,

they were quickly forced to dip their banners.

 

The gentleman-at-arms tall and strong,

for honour and justice he fought his whole life long.

bravely taking to the battle field,

for the forces of evil he shall not yield.

 

Now there was a Sicilian Knight,

driven by most righteous might,

who delivered with very much success,

a royal damsel from deep distress.

 

After swiftly crossing the Rubicon,

he valiantly took the roaring mob on,

and despite their very belligerent manners,

they were quickly forced to dip their banners.

 

From a country not born to kneel but to stand on its own,

against the wind his path must go.

Fighting for the royal damsel this most righteous lord,

put all her beleaguerers to the sword.

 

Now there was a Sicilian Knight,

driven by most righteous might,

who delivered with very much success,

a royal damsel from deep distress.

 

After swiftly crossing the Rubicon,

he valiantly took the roaring mob on,

and despite their very belligerent manners,

they were quickly forced to dip their banners.

 

Strong his resolve, unbreakable his will,

valiantly he fights, to glory he rides.

The fight he fought was not in vain,

for he spared the royal damsel the dreadful fate,

of being ripped apart by the wolves who hate.

 

Now there was a Sicilian Knight,

driven by most righteous might,

who delivered with very much success,

a royal damsel from deep distress.

 

After swiftly crossing the Rubicon,

he valiantly took the roaring mob on,

and despite their very belligerent manners,

they were quickly forced to dip their banners.

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Jarl Galinn,

 

Your courageous and very dignified behaviour in the last couple of weeks his inspired me to write this song for you.

 

It is a very lovely song and very well deserved indeed.

 

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