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~ By Courtesy of Others ~

Thorīs Mighty Hammer 
Tune: "Maxwellīs Silver Hammer", John Lennon & Paul McCartney

For some whimsical, perhaps physical
Yearning for Freya in his home
Late nights all alone, thought Thor a rube
Ohh-oh-oh-oh...
Thrym, King of the Thurse, hid the hammer to coerce,
Sat on his throne
"Can I take Freya without stricture
As my O-o-own?"
But then Loki flies in and hears him crow
A knock comes on the door...

Bang, bang, Thorīs mighty hammer
Went down into the ground
Bang, bang, Thorīs mighty hammer
Was hidden and was found

Back in Asgard again Loki tells the news again
Freya gets annoyed
Wishing to avoid an unpleasant sce-e-e-ene
Heimdall tells Thor to go himself and take his hammer away
Dressed up as kind of bride,
Thor thinking it a crime
"I must not be so-o-o-oo..."
But as Thrym yearns to enjoy the decoy
Thor gets the hammer to bind

Bang, bang, Thorīs mighty hammer
Came down upon his head
Bang, bang, Thorīs mighty hammer
Made sure that he was dead

Loki Laufeyson said "We caught a flirty one"
And Thor stands alone
Looking over the thursely mixture ohh-oh-oh-oh
Quite contrarily with the etin kin Thor made merry
In a way thatīs scary (Thor wouldnīt marry)
The thunderer wonīt tarry, and he tells them so-o-oo
But as the words are leaving his lips
A noise comes from behind

Bang, bang, Thorīs mighty hammer
Came down upon their head
Bang, bang, Thorīs mighty hammer
Made sure that they were dead

Đ Carol Robe

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