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Godiva's Hymn

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<h2>Verses about Godiva</h2>''The first verse is always sung first before the chorus, typically followed by the second. After that it's anyone's game!''
<dl><dd>Godiva was a lady who through Coventry did ride,</dd><dd>To show to all the villagers her fine and lily-white hide.</dd><dd>The most observant villager, an Engineer of course,</dd><dd>Was the only one to notice that Godiva rode a horse.</dd></dl>
<dl><dd>Said she, "I’ve come a long, long way, and I will go as far,</dd><dd>With the man who takes me from this horse, and leads me to a bar."</dd><dd>The men who took her from her steed, and led her to a beer,</dd><dd>Were a bleary-eyed Surveyor and a drunken Engineer.</dd></dl>

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