Won't You Be Scadian?

Words by : Dagonell the Juggler
Tune of : Waltzing Matilda

Once there was a poor mundane who found his life uninteresting.
Won't you be Scadian on weekends with me?
So he went to events and revels and quests and feasts.
Won't you be Scadian on weekends with me?

                CHORUS
                Won't you be Scadian, won't you be Scadian,
                Won't you be Scadian on weekends with me?
                So he went to events and revels and quests and feasts.
                Won't you be Scadian on weekends with me?

( Note : Like the chorus of Waltzing Matilda, the last two
    lines of the chorus are always the last two lines of the
    previous verse. )

In a dark blue tunic, that he borrowed from gold key,
Won't you be Scadian on weekends with me?
Until he went medieval, he never knew what fun could be.
Won't you be Scadian on weekends with me?

                CHORUS

Now he is an English lord, dressed in all his finery.
Won't you be Scadian on weekends with me?
And his sweetheart is Celtic, from a different century.
Won't you be Scadian on weekends with me?

                CHORUS

Qualified with sword and shield, so a fighter he can be.
Won't you be Scadian on weekends with me?
But his sweetheart's a fighter too, better than he'll ever be.
Won't you be Scadian on weekends with me?

                CHORUS

Entered the Crown Tourney, so the East King he could be.
Won't you be Scadian on weekends with me?
And he won the Crown Touney, now he is Your Majesty.
Won't you be Scadian on weekends with me?

                CHORUS