"Pantagruel's Nativity" as written by Kerry Minnear, Derek Shulman, Philip Shulman and Raymond Shulman....
How can I laugh or cry
When my mind is sorely torn?
Badabec had to die
Fair Pantagruel is born
Shall I weep, yes, for why?
Then laugh and show my scorn

Born with a strength untold
Foreseen to have great age
Set in Gargantuan mould,
Joyful laugh, yet quick to rage
Princely wisdom, habits bold;
Power, glory, lauded sage

Pantagruel born, the earth was dry and burning
In Paradise dear Badabec prays for him
Pantagruel born, the earth was dry and burning
In Paradise dear Badabec prays for him.

Pantagruel born, the earth was dry and burning
In Paradise dear Badabec prays for him

How can I laugh or cry
When my mind is sorely torn?
Badabec had to die,
Fair Pantagruel is born
Shall I weep, yes, for why?
Then laugh and show my scorn.


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"Pantagruel's Nativity" as written by Kerry Minnear Derek Shulman

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    General CommentAssuming it has something to with the book series 'Gargantua and Pantagruel', the adventure of two giants.

    Haven't read the stories so can't really provide any more comment.
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…
    sokornyon August 18, 2014   Link

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