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Wisdom and Might

1.
Oh, come tell me, mighty dragon
What your feast has been tonight?
Well, I ate a noisy rooster
In the early morning light
He kept crowing about valor
And he was a sorry sight
But devouring him has added
To my wisdom and my might

To my wisdom and my might
To my wisdom and my might
But devouring him has added
To my wisdom and my might

2.
And come tell me, mighty dragon
Have you found a worthy foe?
Well, I met a daring lion
Who annoyed me even so
While its teeth and claws were sharpened
And we fought throughout the night
In the end I claimed a victory
For wisdom and for might

Oh, for wisdom and for might
Oh, for wisdom and for might
In the end I claimed a victory
For wisdom and for might

3.
Well, come tell me, mighty dragon
What you dined upon today?
Well, I met a silver phoenix
And the bird got in my way
Now, for sure it was courageous
Quite impressive taking flight
But its burning flame was swallowed up
By wisdom and by might

Oh, by wisdom and by might
Oh, by wisdom and by might
But its burning flame was swallowed up
By wisdom and by might
4.
Then, come tell me, mighty dragon
Who lies here, beneath your feet?
Well, this was a muddy golem
Too disgusting for to eat
It was quite the boring battle
Hardly worth calling a fight
But I guess it only goes to show
My wisdom and my might

Oh, my wisdom and my might
Oh, my wisdom and my might
But I guess it only goes to show
My wisdom and my might
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