Steiner, Bloke of the Realm

by Cassius Gaius Merridius Caravanicus Pricum Steinar, Bloke of the realm He’s covered in hair so he don’t need a helm He’s got big teeth, he’s got big feet and part of his ritual was drinking from the teat HEY Steinar, he’s covered in scars He jumps on to swords ’cause they do him no harm…

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The Rose of Albion – A Song for the Order of the Rose

Grown in one land alone Where proud winds have blown There’s not a flower born of the shower Braver than Albion’s own Though gales of winter blow Piercing hail and snow Shining it stays bright as in days of yore Old Albion’s pride still blossoms Fresh on Albion’s shore Rose of Albion thou shall fade…

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The Queen of All Albion

Lyrics: Gentlemen it is my duty To inform you of one beauty Though I’d ask of you a favour Not to seek her for a while Though I own she is a creature Of character and feature No words can paint the picture Of the queen of Albion Chorus And if you could have seen…

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An Albione curse

Many years back when these old oaks were young Many years before the Pendragon would come A low and evil deed was done In the dark of the Greenwood In the dark of the Greenwood From the shores of Lyonesse King William came To Albion fair, King Harold to slay With greed in his heart…

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The Mountain and the Man

This song was commissioned by the people of Carlisle upon Wyndrake Winterheart’s ennoblement as Earl and was written by The Bricks The old man kissed his daughter, and his grandson in her arms And prayed that their passage would be swift and safe from harm  She set off on her journey down the rocky mountain…

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Battle Cry

“The wind’s howl, the waves Crash The tress weep, the wind whispers You cannot wether this storm. The earth moves, the egg shuffles Their magic is strong, the walls are broken, the throne lies empty. The wind calls out, stone withered to dust as it called out. You cannot weather this storm. With iron in…

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Faramir’s Curse

By Liathain, Blodwyn and Cerridwen A humourous song making light-hearted jest at the expense of Faramir – who was one of Albion’s best loved heroes around the turn of the century. A loyal and stalwart member of the Harts faction and firm supporter of Queen Elspeth Pendragon, Faramir was never one to take himself too…

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A report from the Dragonspine Mountains: Prophecy of the Spectral Bard

Crispin Du’Vie and members of the Adventurers Charter travelled north, passing through Keswick towards Caledonia via the Dragonspine Mountains. Pushing on towards Caledonia to strengthen ties with the Bears nation harsh winter snows and icy winds drove us to seek shelter in the ‘Elves Ridge’ hunting Lodge. We fell lost in the snow however, until…

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Faramir’s Curse

by Liathain, Blodwyn and Cerridwen Of all of the heroes of Albion Renowned in the legends of far and near There’s no one so valiant, heroic or strong As the noble magnificent Faramir Faramir, oh Faramir, you battle monsters scary Faramir, oh Faramir, your cloak is large and hairy Faramir, oh Faramir, you wade through…

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The Land of Mist and Moor

trad. Cornish [start with chorus] Held between the sea and sky The land of mist and moor doth lie Tales and legends to be told So Cornwall’s heart will ne’er grow old High on the clifftop, a village apart Gwithean folk have a wanderer’s heart They return at last to the home of their birth…

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