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#18 Sir Lionel
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The story is about: A knight meet a woman under a tree who tells him a boar has killed her lord and 30 of his men. The knight kills this pretty spotted pig and annoys its owner, a giant wild woman. She flies fiercely at him for revenge. He cleaves her into two in the end.
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Ward the Pirate
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Sir Lionel
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The Anglo- American Ballad: A Folklore Casebook by- Dianne Dugaw (page 124)
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Michael Capps
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Come all you gallant seamen bold,
All you that march to drum,
Let's go and look for Captain Ward,
Far on the sea he roams.
He is the biggest robber
That ever you did hear,
there's not been such a robber found
For above this hundred year.

A ship was sailing from the east
And going to the west,
Loaded with silks and satins
And velvets of the best;
But meeting there with Captain Ward,
It was a bad meeting;
He robbed them of all their wealth,
And bid them tell their king.

O then the King proved a ship of noble fame,
She's call'd the Royal Rainbow
If you would have her name;
She was as well provided for
As any ship can be,
Full thirteen hundred men on board
To bear her company.

'Twas eight o'clock in the morning
When they began to fight,
And so they did continue there
Till nine o'clock at night;
Fight on, fight on, says Captain Ward
This sport well pleases me,
For if you fight this month or more,
Your master I will be.

O then the gallant Rainbow, she fired
She fired in vain.
Till six and thirty of her men
All on the deck were slain;
Go home, go home, says Captain Ward
And tell your king for me,
If he reigns king all on the land
Ward will reign king on the sea.
Ward the Pirate is about the man known as Jack Ward. He was pressured into joining the Royal Navy in the early 1600's, and after doing so convinced 30 or so other men to desert and steal another ship. He was elected captain and sailed the sees as a ruthless corsair. The Folk song seems to tell the tale of his defeat when in reality he was not killed by the King's men, but merely old age.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Ward
http://www.contemplator.com/sea/ward.html
Pirates aren't really as large of a threat today as they once were. Instead I rewrote the lyrics to reference terrorists and our eventual conquest over them.

A farmer was ploughing his field one day,
Riteful, riteful, titty fie day,
A farmer was ploughing his field one day
When the devil came up, and to him did say,
With a riteful la, titty fie day,
Riteful, riteful, titty fie day.

See here, my good man, I have come for your wife,
Riteful, riteful, titty fie day,
See here, my good man I have come for your wife,
For she's the bane and torment of your life,
With a riteful la, titty fie day,
Riteful, riteful, titty fie day.

So the Devil he hoisted her up on his hump,
Riteful, riteful, titty fie day,
So the Devil he hoisted her up on his hump,
And down to Hell with her he did jump,
With a riteful la, titty fie day,
Riteful, riteful, titty fie day.

When they got there the gates they were shut,
Riteful, riteful, titty fie day,
When they got there the gates they were shut,
With a blow of her hand she laid open his nut,
With a riteful la, titty fie day,
Riteful, riteful, titty fie day.

Two little devils were playing handball,
Riteful, riteful, titty fie day,
Two little devils were playing handball,
Take her back Daddy, she'll be the death of us all!
With a riteful la, titty fie day,
Riteful, riteful, titty fie day.

So the Devil he hoisted her up on his hump,
Riteful, riteful, titty fie day,
So the Devil he hoisted her up on his hump,
And back to earth with her he did jump,
With a riteful la, titty fie day,
Riteful, riteful, titty fie day.

See here, my good man, I have come with your wife,
Riteful, riteful, titty fie day,
See here, my good man, I have come with your wife,
For she's the bane and torment of my life.
With a riteful la, titty fie day,
Riteful, riteful, titty fie day.

Now they say that the women are worse than the men,
Riteful, riteful, titty fie day,
They say that the women are worse than the men,
They went down to Hell and got kicked out again.
With a riteful la, titty fie day,
Riteful, riteful, titty fie day.

Queen Jane was in labour
For six days or more,
Till her women got tired
And wished it were o'er.

Good women, good women,
Good women if you be,
Will you send for King Henry,
For King Henry I must see.

King Henry was asent for,
King Henry did come,
For to meet with Queen Jane:
My love, your eyes do look so dim.

King Henry, King Henry,
King Henry if you be,
If you have my right side open'd
You will find my dear baby.

Queen Jane, my love,
Queen Jane, my love,
Such a thing was never known,
If you have your right side open'd
You will lose your dear baby.

Will you build your love a castle
And lie down so deep
For to bury my body
And christen my dear baby.

King Henry went mourning,
And so did his men
And so did his dear baby
For Queen Jane did dien.

How deep was the mourning,
How wide were the bands,
How yellow, yellow were the flamboys,
They carried in their hands.

There was fiddling, there was dancing,
On the day the babe was born,
While the royal Queen Jane
Beloved lay cold as stone.

Join me men of arms
To fight the greatest enemy
We must eliminate the threat
That lurks in the wasteland wreck
What greater fear is there
Than attacks brought here
We must kill those men
To guard our own children

A truck sped by unnoticed
Fast, throwing up mist
Loaded with our loved ones
Rigged to blow, with explosive tons
Unable to save
For those we slaved
Animals, monsters, beasts
On their bones we will feast

The next level, we take this fight
In darkness and in light
Through weakness and with might
Honor no mercy plee
Until achieved is victory
By sword, pen or trickery

The Sun on the horizon
When we found their base
We fought for hours
Until light had left my face
Down they would not go
Their cause they must show
Our front cannot be undone
For death of family is second to none

With hearts of iron
And guns of steel
Their position no longer ideal
The war of attrition
Won with a split second decision
Soldiers sent through the back
At last, a successful attack
Prevail have we, The Hegemony

After a long day, and low pay,
He heard the voice of Lucifer and he began to say,
"I won't say it twice, I just, came for your wife,
Who's the bane of your existence and the torment if your life"
I cant believe it, I must be tripping,
But Satan wasn’t playing cause he took her down with him,

* yeah he took her down, took her down,
took her down with him, *
(REPEAT)*

She didn't even send heaven prayers,
She just made her self at home in all 7 layers
yeah, after the first night there,
I swear, I thought Satan had his first night mare,
Yeah its fact he threw her on his back and didn't think twice,
Cause she's the bane of his existence and the torment if his life
So take note, don't be mean to your wife
Cause they've been sent to hell and then kicked out over night
It has been recorded by Pete Seeager, Jean Ritchie, Hannah James and Sam Sweeney, Patrick Sky, Bellowhead, and John Koerner. The earliest version of this ballad is not the original but can be found in Dixon’s Ancient Poems, Ballads and Songs (1846). It was also entered on the Stationers’ Register June 24, 1630. The words were noted that they were sung to the tune of Seminary Priest. The version I provide is a later American version of the ballad. The earlier ones were a lot more violent than this. Child notes that the curst wife who was a terror to demons appears throughout Europe and in the Orient as well.
Queen Jane…
Queen Jane…
Queen Jane, my sweet
Queen Jane, my love

When I heard the news
From together the clues
I felt this pain
I cant explain

Iv ridden through day
Iv ridden through night
To find my love
My dearest beloved

The baby’s on the way
Someone had something to say
Queen Jane’s not faking it
She’s not going to make it

As we left in tears
Facing our darkest fears
Looking her best
We laid her to rest

Queen Jane
Queen Jane
My sweet, my love

I talk about the same theme of the original song but instead of saying women are worse than men I have more of a empathitic take on women for having to go to hell and back.
“ There is a wild boar in these woods,

Dellum down, dellum down,

There is a wild boar in these woods,

He'll eat your meat and suck your blood.

Dellum down, dellum down.



Bangrum drew his wooden knife

Dellum down, dellum down,

And swore he'd take the wild boar's life.

Dellum down, dellum down.



The wild boar came in such a flash,

Dellum down, dellum down,

He broke his way through oak and ash.

Dellum down, dellum down.”



“The Death of Queen Jane” is an English ballad written around 1612, assumed to be about one of King Henry the VIII’s during childbirth, but there is no evidence to back this. Jane had been going through an extremely painful labor and eventually gave birth to a son. She would eventually die from infection 12 days later.
https://clyp.it/abfi2noh
There is a wild boar in these woods,
Dellum down, dellum down,
There is a wild boar in these woods,
He'll eat your meat and suck your blood.
Dellum down, dellum down.

Bangrum drew his wooden knife
Dellum down, dellum down,
And swore he'd take the wild boar's life.
Dellum down, dellum down.

The wild boar came in such a flash,
Dellum down, dellum down,
He broke his way through oak and ash.
Dellum down, dellum down.
https://soundcloud.com/user-308195208/sir-lionel
Jiacui Sheng
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Wild boar, wild boar.
break the way and kill the lord.
Eat your meat, suck your blood,
The big horror in the woods.

brave knight, brave knight,
Drew the knife and kill the boar.
Furious giant, want revenge,
Furious giant, want revenge,




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