Tel'Ruid


In the ember's red glow, when the fires burn low,
My thoughts turn to places I've roamed.
Though my journey's been long, there's one thing keeps me strong,
That's the thought of the land I call home.

Where the forests are green, and fair people are seen,
Good folk for miles around.
Simply ask what you need and there you'll receive,
For the fruits of my homeland abound.

Chorus:
And though I've roamed far, following my star,
You've been in my thoughts all my days,
For wherever I've roamed, so far from my home,
My heart's in Tel'Ruid's song

Up from Moonglow Island, where the ocean rolls higher,
Southdowns across to Trinsic,
You'll find fighters so bold, and great stories are told,
Of the ladies with beauty and more.

The Arts, they're not bad, the finest mead I have had,
Tel'Ruid, you have all I wish.
And the service, 'tis true, 'tis better than the Fey.
From the Islands of Jhelom way up to Yew's Niche.

Chorus:
And though I've roamed far, following my star,
You've been in my thoughts all my days,
For wherever I've roamed, so far from my home,
My heart's in Tel'Ruid's song

You'll find Chivalry rare, and ladies so fair,
With a smile that can turn gray skies blue.
Such ladies galore and if fortune is yours,
Perhaps one will smile at you.

Now I must be gone and far shall I roam,
From mountains to valleys to sea,
But for all of my days, my heart's Tel'Ruid's song,
And perhaps one will smile at me.

Chorus:
And though I've roamed far, following my star,
You've been in my thoughts all my days,
For wherever I've roamed, so far from my home,
My heart's in Tel'Ruid's song.