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11-11-2009 @ 8:13PM
Here are the complete lyrics:As the sun sets over Goldshireand the howl of the wolf pierces the nightA tall dark shadow falls upon the dusty groundchoking out what's left of daylightThe folks are always talkin 'bout a strangerA stranger that no one could e're defeatCould it be this little town in Elwyn ForestWas about to meet the man they call Pally Pete(Pally Pete)He fought ten Horde and then ten more and never broke a sweatHe don't need mana, wears a red bandana, got a shiny tier 9 setNever will you meet a man so fearless, brave and leetStay away from Pally PeteAs the dust settles underneath his feetHe darkens the old Lion's Pride Inn doorAdventurers from every land both far and wideTurn to see this famous man of loreAnd from the crowd a snicker from the silenceThen laughter followed and it grew and grewYou see this legendary man of loreWell he stood no more than 3 foot 2(Tiny Pete)Well Pete walked in and sat right down and ordered him a stoutThen Night Elf Ned said "Let's go duel, I'll win without a doubt"(Accept defeat)Pete just smiled and said to Ned "I'll meet you in the street"What's up the sleeve of Pally PeteWell they walked out to the street and took ten pacesAnd Ned was making jest at ole' Pete's heightWhen all the sudden Pete revealed his two-hand maceand cast upon himself Blessing of Might(Now it's a fight!)The rest I can't explain cause it's just too gruesome to tellLet's just say that Dwarves don't take to height jokes all that well(He's just petite)Pete regained respect from all the folks that he did meetAnd that's the tale of Pally Pete-Jamie Brown (Author)
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