"In Days of Old" as written by and Emitt Rhodes....
In days of old, knights were bold, we sailed across the sea
To see what we could see, to see what we could see
To slay the dragon, to save the maiden, to hear the angles sing
Though we weren't quite what we seemed
No, we weren't quite what we seemed

In days of old
The King, the Pope, they said and moped, they needed a game to play
So they started a crusade
Yes, they started a crusade
And all the knights all the land decided this must be fun
So they would play along
Yes, they would play along

To slay the dragon, to save the maiden, to hear the angles sing
Though we weren't quite what we seemed
No, we weren't quite what we seemed
In days of old

La la la la la la la la la
La la la la la la la la la la

Well my legs were shaky, my voice was quaky, my arms shined in the sun
And the battle had just begun
Yes, the battle had just begun
I turned my steed and had started to flee as my stirrup turned into a noose
And I couldn't wiggle it loose
No, I couldn't wiggle it loose

To slay the dragon, to save the maiden, to hear the angles sing
Though we weren't quite what we seemed
No, we weren't quite what we seemed
In days of old

La la la la la la la la la
La la la la la la la la la la


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"In Days Of Old" as written by Emitt Rhodes

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