Dragon Song (Billy Berson) they said, "but what of his family? Oh, yes, but
what of his family?"
A dragon stalked the hills and the glens of
Dunkirk long ago. I shudder to think of the "Don't fear I shot them all that day, my armor
terror he wrought, a long time ago, Oh, yes, a wasn't dented. I shot them with a tommy gun,
long time ago. though it hasn't been invented, Oh, yes, though
it hasn't been invented."
Let me sing this song to you, a song I'm sure
you'll know. I'll sing of lords and kings and The moral of this merry tale, a tale of mirth
men, a tale of long ago, Oh, yes, a tale of long and fun. Don't ever go on a dragon hunt, without
ago. a tommy gun, Oh, yes, without a tommy gun.
Up stepped Lady Ellen's knight, his armor shone
like gold. He said, "I'll lay the damn beast
down, if I may be so bold, Oh, yes, if I may be
So he doffed his cap and off he rode, upon his
great white steed. And in his hands a mighty
sword, a sword he wouldn't need, Oh, yes, a
sword he wouldn't need.
He rode and he rode for many a day, for the
dragon's cave was far. He said, "I'd get there
faster if I had a motor car, Oh, yes, if I had a
The townsfolk stayed, the townsfolk stayed,
awaiting his return. When he appeared they all
pressed close, his mighty tale to learn, Oh,
yes, his mighty tale to learn.
"The dragon's dead, the dragon's dead, I shot
him from a tree." "That's all fine and well,"