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Songs by Sigurd 4.2 Bruise Marks

Alas, my lord, you do me wrong
To beat my helm so mercilessly,
For I have fought one tenth as long,
And you have a better helm than me.

Bruise marks were all my joy.
Bruise marks were my delight.
Bruise marks received and given
All for my lady's company.

I cannot see your rattan sword.
It flies too fast for me to see.
I made my shield of bristol board;
'Twas light, but failed so faithlessly.

You duck and turn, avoid my blows.
My sword you dodge so easily.
Perhaps because it's garden hose
I cannot score a mark on thee.

Although I tread the tourney soil
The marshal throws me from the fight.
He finds my armour's all tin foil
And my entry forms aren't filled out right.

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