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If I Had a Hammer                                  
(Parody of "If I Had a Hammer" by Lee Hays and Pete Seeger, 1949)

If I had a hammer, Id hammer in the morning,
Id hammer in the evening, all over Midgard;
Id hammer out trolls, Id hammer out thurses,
Id hammer out the enemies of my brothers and my sisters
aha, all over Midgard.

Oohoo, hoo-ooo, Oohoo, hoo-ooo

If I had a sword, Id swing it in the morning,
Id swing it in the evening, all over Midgard,
Id swing it at dragons, Id swing it at muspili,
Id swing it at the foes of my brothers and my sisters,
aha, all over Midgard.

If I had a spear, Id throw it in the morning,
Id throw it in the evening, all over Midgard,
Id throw it at frost giants, Id throw it at the sons of Surt,
Id throw it at the foes of my brothers and my sisters,
aha, all over Midgard.

I have a hammer, and I have a sword,
I have a spear to throw, all over Midgard,
Its the hammer of Donar,
Its the sword of Freyr,
Its the spear with which I dedicate my enemies to Wodan,
aha, all over Midgard,
all over Midgard, all over Midgard!
Yeh, yeh, yeh, yeh, yeh.

Alwin of White Stone Hearth

 

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