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Noon of the Solstice

Posted by shanoah on December 21, 2008

For the Winter Solstice, I wanted to play something pagan. And who does pagan better then Damh the Bard?

Noon of the Solstice – Damh the Bard

And there we are, a serious pagan song celebrating the solstice, as could be expected of him. After all, he always does these serious pagan-themed songs. Like the following:

The Wheels on the Bus – Damh the Bard

Clearly an ancient pagan song celebrating the ever-renewing cyclic nature of the seasons… all right, maybe not. But I couldn’t resist. I’m a Discordian, after all. As such, I feel humor is even more important at moments like this…


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