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The Ballad of Brave Sir Robin (Letterboxing
Bravely bold Sir Robin
rode forth from Camelot.
He was not afraid to die, O brave Sir Robin!
He was not at all afraid to be killed in nasty ways,
Brave, brave, brave, brave Sir Robin!
He was not in the least bit scared to venture to Festge County Park,
Or to leave his stead parked across from the playing field,
Or to pass the first shelter and four stampeding beasts,
To look oíer the edge of the deep, deep valley, brave Sir Robin!
To record the last name of Adam J.,
Found on a bench by the overlook,
Or to make his way to the steed lot,
of shelter number 3 in the depths below.
To take the path on the northeast corner,
and to travel northwest along the side of a hill,
With a valley below and trees all around,
This brave, brave, brave Sir Robin!
When faced with a choice, he remembered Adamís last name,
And pulled out the adjacent dual consonants,
He first chose to go the direction beginning with that letter,
But when faced with a choice again, he bravely chose to go the other way,
Our brave, brave, brave Sir Robin!
Bold Sir Robin walked fifteen steps,
Peered to his right and spied the tall, dead beast,
He walked past the beast to another one,
Lying at his feet amongst the leaves,
Bravely Sir Robin hid within and covered himself with bark and leaves,
Bold, brave, courageous Sir Robin!