The Ric-a-Dam-Doo. Neither flag appears to be red and gold, and purple, too. (Although I've heard "and royal blue" used, which might be the one on the right. Is the left just a super-fancy version of the Canadian flag?)
A Scout version of the song as well as... the original?
Why? Because I'm doing a Pages Academy class singalong on Saturday. I'll teach one or two period rounds and/or songs, one or two traditional songs ("Rattlin' Bog" is a kid favorite) and one or two "SCA Appropriate" but wildly modern fun songs like "The Princess Pat." It's about a princess, right?
I know a verse about Captain Jack, one about Star Trek and one about Superman. Two ain't SCA appropriate.
Now Good Dame Joan (stand at attention)
Was a valiant knight (salute)
Moose Tourney-bound (moose antlers on head)
She came to fight (hit forearms against each other)
She asked a gift (hand out)
Of her lord so true (hands over heart)
He gave to her (hand out again)
Our archer Will (pretend to draw a bow)
He liked to hunt (hand shading eyes, peering around)
His dog was small (hands up in front like paws)
It was a runt (fingers "this far" apart)
But in the woods (hands arched over head for tree)
That dog sure flew (To Infinity and Beyond flight pose)
When Will did take (tap temple like a clever person remembering something)