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I'm Apprenticed to a Squire


Lyrics: Master Alexander de Seaton            
Music: Yankee Doodle Dandy
            by George M Cohen




Oh, I'm apprenticed to a squire
His name is friendly Master John
A real live Laurel and a fool as well
Clad in motley, with bells on his jupon
He's my Middle-Kingdom Daddy, and
I'm his good Caid-an boy
Me and Cerian were apprenticed just to form a choir
And sing out in foolish Midrealm joy

Yes, I'm apprenticed to a squire
My grandpas: Ix and Master Chen
My other daddy is Sir Charles you know
Made KSCA way back when
I'm a herald and a marshall
I've been accused of being a bard
I will do the things I want to just because I'm able
As long as I've got my member card

Lyrics © 1997 John Seaton
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