Renaissance England Beatles Songs 3

Renaissance England Beatles Songs 3

I was thinking, what would Beatles songs have sounded like if they had been written in the "King's English" during Renaissance England. Here is another (requested by Sir William of the house of King):

Ob-la-di Ob-la-da (Life Continues Ceaselessly)

Sir Desmond and his servants take a barrow unto the market place
Maid Molly is a minstrel with The Bards.
Sir Desmond sayeth unto maid Molly‚ "Maiden I admire your countenance"
Maid Molly sayeth thus as she taketh him by the hand

"Ob-la-di Ob-la-da, life continues ceaselessly, brothor
La la, how thine life continues ceaselessly
Ob-la-di Ob-la-da, life continues ceaselessly, brothor
La la, how thine life continues ceaselessly"

Sir Desmond taketh a warhorse to the jewellers' store
Purchases a twenty carat golden ring
Returneth unto Maid Molly, who doth tarry at the door
As he presenteth it unto his fair maiden she commences to sing 

"Ob-la-di Ob-la-da, life continues ceaselessly, brothor
La la, how thine life continues ceaselessly
Ob-la-di Ob-la-da, life continues ceaselessly, brothor
La la, how thine life continues ceaselessly"

In a couple of summers they hath constructed
A castle, strong castle
With a pair of halflings running in the yard
Of Sir Desmond and Lady Molly Jones

Blessed eternally in the market place
Sir Desmond alloweth the halflings to lendeth a hand
Lady Molly remaineth at the castle and attendeth to her fair face
Whist in the evening she still sings great tales with The Bards

"Ob-la-di Ob-la-da, life continues ceaselessly, brothor
La la, how thine life continues ceaselessly
Ob-la-di Ob-la-da, life continues ceaselessly, brothor
La la, how thine life continues ceaselessly"

In a couple of summers they hath constructed
A castle, strong castle
With a pair of halflings running in the yard
Of Sir Desmond and Lady Molly Jones

Blessed eternally in the market place
Lady Molly alloweth the halflings to lendeth a hand
Sir Desmond remaineth at the castle and attendeth to his fair face
Whist in the evening she still sings great tales with The Bards

"Ob-la-di Ob-la-da, life continues ceaselessly, brothor
La la, how thine life continues ceaselessly
Ob-la-di Ob-la-da, life continues ceaselessly, brothor
La la, how thine life continues ceaselessly"

If thou desire a jest‚ sing "Ob-la-di Ob-la-da"


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