Parody of “The Asgard II”, words and music by
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Parody of “The Asgard II”, words and music by Meg Davis
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|, Mother, don’t you worry so,|
|to a filksing||C|
Oh, Mother, don’t you fret and weep
Because I’ll get so little sleep.
I promise you that I’ll be fine.
I swear I’ll be in bed by nine.
Oh, Mother, don’t be in a funk
Because I’ll get all stinking drunk.
We’ll touch no less than Tullamore Dew
Which is hard to find, and costly too!
Oh, Mother, try to calm your fright
About my walking home at night.
I’ll try to either find a ride
Or walk with Leslie by my side.
Oh, Mother, don’t you grieve so much,
Afraid that I’ll be out of touch.
I’m playing host as well as bard,
And the filksing’s here in our back yard.
We’ll swill our drinks like Blackbeard’s ghost.
We’ll take our turns like Emily Post.
We’ll all drop in like old Klaatu,
And bring the filksing back to you!