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Music: Lenny Kuhr
Lyrics: David Hartsema, Marcel Stellman
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The tales of bold and galant knights
The fearless battles they would fight
These are the stories he’d recite
The troubadour

The many tidings he would bring
About some poor and lonely king
Would never see another spring
The troubadour

A minstrel man of days gone by
Who gave the ladies all the eye
All knew just how to make them sigh
The troubadour, the troubadour

He’d gently lure them to a glad
Where he would sing his serenade
And woo many a fare young maid
The troubadour, the troubadour

La lalala lala lailala lailala…
La lala lailala la…
La lalala lala lailala lailala…
La lala lailala la…

He would steal their hearts away
Then greet the dawning of the day
In some small village far away
The troubadour

There, once again he’d sing a song
About some war that had been won
His voice would ring out clear and strong
The troubadour

And as he drew his public near
He gave them what they came to hear
He sang of love and life and fear
The troubadour, the troubadour

He’d recall a gruesome tale
Perhaps of Jonah and the whale
And make his audience all grow pale
The troubadour, the troubadour

But when he felt things goin’ wrong
It never lasted very long
For he would start a funny song
The troubadour

Music and words – witty and kind
This minstrel man has left behind
Perhaps some day again you’ll find
The troubadour

Oh… la lalala lala lailala lailala…
La lala lailala la…
La lalala lala lailala lailala…
La lala lailala la…

Oh… la lalala lala lailala lailala…
La lala lailala la…
La lalala lala lailala lailala…
La lala lailala la…

The troubadour

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