Cynred the Baron has Two Wives

Thorfinna gra’felder and Colyne Stewart, Jan AS XXXVI

Sung to the tune of ‘Alice the Camel’

 

(After an introduction, that went along the lines of:)

 

Good gentles, pray pay heed if you would hear a song sung of Cynred. Cynred, Glorious Baron of Septentria. Cynred the strong. Cynred of the axe. Cynred, he whom Gaerwen has asked be publicly mocked. And what, you may ask, was his crime. Well, quite simply:

 

Cynred the Baron has two wives,

Cynred the Baron has two wives,

Cynred the Baron has two wives,

And Gaerwen look surprised.

 

Cynred the Baron has three wives,

Cynred the Baron has three wives,

Cynred the Baron has three wives,

He bought them for some sheep.

 

Cynred the Baron has four wives,

Cynred the Baron has four wives,

Cynred the Baron has four wives,

And Gaerwen’s not impressed.

 

Cynred the Baron has five wives,

Cynred the Baron has five wives,

Cynred the Baron has five wives,

And Gaerwen screams in rage!

 

Cynred the Baron has six wives,

Cynred the Baron has six wives,

Cynred the Baron has six wives,

And Gaerwen’s got a knife.

 

Cynred the Baron has seven wives,

Cynred the Baron has seven wives,

Cynred the Baron has seven wives,

So run, Cynred, run!

 

Cynred the Baron has eight wives,

Cynred the Baron has eight wives,

Cynred the Baron has eight wives,

Now Gaerwen’s got his beard.

 

Cynred the Baron has one wife,

Cynred the Baron has one wife,

Cynred the Baron has one wife,

Because he wants to keep his…head.