A Little Boogie Knight Music

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Filk Songbook
Title: A Little Boogie Knight Music
Publisher:
Editor(s):
Date(s): 1983
Medium: print
Subject: history, fantasy, dragons
Language: English
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A Little Boogie Knight Music is a 24-page filk songbook by Boogie Knights.

The illustrations are not credited.

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Disclaimer

These selections may not "be performed, reprinted, or otherwise duplicated, in whole or in part, without the express written consent of the authors. WARNING: These lyrics have been written with satirical intent to the music of other artists whose original works are fully protected under International Copyright Law, thus prohibiting their performance for payment!

Contents

  • Arthurian Pie (to the tune of: American Pie) (1)
  • Banned from the Renaissance (to the tune of: Back in the U.S.S.R.) (3)
  • Beware the Highwayman (to the tune of: Don't Pay the Ferryman ) (4)
  • Boogie-Woogie Carnage (to the tune of: Jump-Shout Boogie) (5)
  • Dark Ages Love Song (to the tune of: Just An Old-Fashioned Love Song) (6)
  • Defended My Way Back to You (to the tune of: Workin' My Way Back to You) (7)
  • Does Your Warrior Lose His Flavor in the Dungeon Overnight? (to the tune of: Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavor on the Bedpost Overnight?) (8)
  • The Fighter (to the tune of: The Gambler) (9)
  • Holyland Jazz (to the tune of: Caberet) (10)
  • Jousting (to the tune of: Come Dancing) (11)
  • A Knight's Tale (to the tune of: Star) (13)
  • The Night That Hastings Died (to the tune of: The Night Chicago Died) (14)
  • Nottingham (to the tune of: Allentown) (15)
  • Piracy & Parody (to the tune of: With Cat-Like Tread) (16)
  • Polymorph Your Mother (original music) (17)
  • That Was the Age (to the tune of: Those Were the Days) (19)
  • Totally Revolted By You (to the tune of: Hopelessly Devoted to You) (20)
  • Warfare (to the tune of: Treasure) (22)
  • Wench Baby (to the tune of: Beach Baby) (21)
  • Where, Where Art Thou Tonight? (to the tune of: Where, Where Are You Tonight?) (23)

Insidie Sample

Reactions and Reviews

For those that remember the Golden Age of Star Trek and Sci Fi conventions, here is a 1983 FILK songbook from the famous BOOGIE KNIGHTS, who performed in the Baltimore, Maryland area. This 23-page FILK Music fanzine contains alternate lyrics to many popular songs of the day. If you are a FILK fan, you know what it’s about, and what to expect. Clever parody. [1]

References

  1. from an eBay seller in 2015