Ragnar The Red ( Tradução para Inglês (Escocês))

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Ragnar The Red

There once was a hero named Ragnar the Red,
Who came riding to Whiterun from ole Rorikstead!
And the braggart did swagger and brandish his blade,
As he told of bold battles and gold he had made!
But then he went quiet, did Ragnar the Red,
When he met the shieldmaiden Matilda who said...
"Oh, you talk and you lie and you drink all our mead!
Now I think it's high time that you lie down and bleed!"
And so then came the clashing and slashing of steel,
As the brave lass Matilda charged in full of zeal!
And the braggart named Ragnar was boastful no moooooree...
When his ugly red head rolled around on the floor!
Adicionado por Jethro Paris em Terça-feira, 28/04/2015 - 16:14
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Ragnar the Red is a traditional song of Whiterun. Despite the grim final image, the song is generally regarded as light and rollicking and a favorite in inns across Skyrim.

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Tradução para Inglês (Escocês)

Ragnar the Reid

Thare ance wis a hero named Ragnar the Reid,
That cam ridin tae Whiterun frae auld Rorikstead!
And the braigart daed sprose and swirl his blad,
As he telt o his bauld fechts and gowd he haed makkit!
But than he gaed wheesht, daed Ragnar the Reid,
Whan he met the shieldmaiden Matilda wha said…
“Oh, ye talk and ye lee and ye drink aw oor mead
Nou A think it’s time ye lie doun and bleed!”
And sae than cam the brattle and slash o steel,
And the brave lass Matilda chairged in full o zeil!
And the braigart named Ragnar wis braigy na mair,
Whan his unbonnie reid heid rowed around on the fluir!
Adicionado por tdwarms em Terça-feira, 23/01/2018 - 08:57
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