"St. George and the Dragonet" as written by Walter Schumann and Miklos Rozsa....
[Narrator:] The legend you are about to hear is true
Only the needle should be changed to protect the record

[St. George:] This is the countryside
My name is St. George
I'm a knight
Saturday, July 10th. 8:05 pm
I was working out of the castle on the nightwatch
when a call came in from the Chief
A dragon had been devouring maidens
Homicide. My job: slay him

[St. George:] You call me, Chief
[Chief:] Yes, the dragon again, devouring maidens
The King's daughter may be next

[St. George:] Mmm-hmm. You got a lead
[Chief:] Oh, nothing much to go on.
Say, did you take that .45 automatic
into the lab to have them check on it

[St. George:] Yeah. You were right
[Chief:] I was right
[St. George:] Yeah. It was a gun
8:22 pm. I talked to one of the maidens
who had almost been devoured

[St. George:] Could I talk to you, Ma'am
[Maiden:] Who are you
[St. George:] I'm St. George, Ma'am
Homicide, Ma'am
Want to ask you a few questions, Ma'am
I understand you were almost devoured by the dragon, Ma'am
Is that right, dragon

[Maiden:] It was terrible.
He breathed fire on me
He burned me already

[St. George:] How can I be sure of that, Ma'am
[Maiden:] Believe me, I got it straight from the dragon's mouth
[St. George:] 11:45 pm. I rode over the King's Highway.
I saw a man. Stopped to talk to him
Pardon me, Sir

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"St. George and the Dragonet" as written by Walter Schumann Miklos Rozsa

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