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Sir Giles War-Song

 Ho! is there any will ride with me,
Sir Giles, le bon des barrières?

The clink of arms is good to hear,
The flap of pennons fair to see;
Ho! is there any will ride with me,
Sir Giles, le bon des barrières?

The leopards and lilies are fair to see;
"St.
George Guienne" right good to hear: Ho! is there any will ride with me, Sir Giles, le bon des barrières? I stood by the barrier, My coat being blazon'd fair to see; Ho! is there any will ride with me, Sir Giles, le bon des barrières? Clisson put out his head to see, And lifted his basnet up to hear; I pulled him through the bars to ME, Sir Giles, le bon des barrières.

by William Morris
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