Music Popular in Cottington Woods
The following are just some of the songs popular within the Cottington Woods:
A distressing song, that comes and goes in popularity, to the tune of "She Moved Through the Fair." It is an old, old tune.
A song popular among the Woodslanders and those who journey into the Woods.
Another essay on the failing of love, by J. Downland
An old song on lovers separated, attributed by some to Aidan Hazelswitch, recently popular again.
A whimsicomelancholic essay on the pointlessness of advent??ring, generally a????ibuted to the Spadelander Thos. Campion.
torchsome tune bereft of lyric, title, or accredited author. Point of origin unknown; possibly Cotting House.
Once up on a time in the middle of the woods, lay the
stones of cottington, where the
old way wandered and the wolves did hunt, and the
fair folk had their fun.
Then one day a man came by.
Cleared the trees, hung a tavern sign.
People settled in as time went by, 'round the
house at Cottington.
The old wood wept at the swing of evry blade, so it
pressed the folk in tight. It
woke up the trees to steal away the road, and the
wolves closed in to fight.
Then a fairy came to teach, a
spell to save the people's home.
Four plants sown to heal the breach, o'er the
house at Cottington.
Five priests passed on a pilgrimage, with
holy tales to share, but a
shadow crept in close behind, and
truth was twisted there
The folk tracked down each truth and tale
healed the frayed and twisted ends
bound the book and chased the shade, from the
house at Cottington
Here's a tale 'bout how a
stone, in a wood, became a
a house, became a town, cause the
world shakes every day, but the
homes were built to stay, so roll the
dice, make a move, don't look
back and Don't regret, 'cause we're
living in the choices that we make.
Kingsman Edward, Frostwroth slain Muse and Mountain, Fire and Rogue, all mayhem, bound to jester lord, to kill, till paid, in seven souls.
Then the folk unbound the horde Freedom to each slave restore, and death to deathless fairy lord, brought death to Cottington.
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