Chiroptera

This is the full song list for The Chronicles of Bren: Captured -Songs for the Journey.
Click on the song title to learn more about the song’s history and lyrics.
To purchase CD or mp3’s go here.

The Captured Song List:

Song One – Riding The Wind

Song Two – Warrior

Song Three – Song to Arolis

Song Four – Who? Who? Who?

Song Five – Lucian’s Pride

Song Six – Maison

Song Seven – Fairies

Song Eight – Jidgel! Jidgel!

Song Nine – Creatures

Song Ten – Chiroptera

Song Eleven – Regalion’s Song

Song Twelve – The Sleeping Giant

Song Thirteen – The Battleground

Song Fourteen – Live the Adventure

 

 
This is the full song list for The Chronicles of Bren: Captured -Songs for the Journey.
Click on the song title to learn more about the song’s history and lyrics.
To purchase CD or mp3’s go here.

The Captured Song List:

Song One – Riding The Wind

Song Two – Warrior

Song Three – Song to Arolis

Song Four – Who? Who? Who?

Song Five – Lucian’s Pride

Song Six – Maison

Song Seven – Fairies

Song Eight – Jidgel! Jidgel!

Song Nine – Creatures

Song Ten – Chiroptera

Song Eleven – Regalion’s Song

Song Twelve – The Sleeping Giant

Song Thirteen – The Battleground

Song Fourteen – Live the Adventure

 

 
Click here for a full song list for “The Chronicles of Bren: Captured.”
Download mp3 here.

Song Seven

Fairies

Words & Music: Dennis Jernigan

April 18, shop 2012

 

Song History

This song was inspired by faith. What is faith? Faith is believing and placing one’s hope in something or someone else. Faith is the power to keep one’s eyes fixed on the goal even when the goal cannot be seen! The fairies in the story ofCaptured represent faith to a certain degree. Sometimes we have dreams for greatness that seem far beyond our limitations as humans – yet we somehow muster the faith to believe anyway! If we limited ourselves to believing only what we could see would mankind ever invent or create anything? Having faith is a good thing. Where we place our faith can mean the difference between life and death. Be careful where you place your faith.

Dennis Jernigan

 

Verse

Fairies tend to vary and can have quite an attitude

Some can be quite merry

Some can practice less than gratitude

Mischievous and magical and more than a mystery

Bringing good from tragical and leaving quite a history.

 

Oh! Oh! Who can tame a fairy?

Oh! Oh! This will never be!

Oh! Oh! Who can claim a fairy?

Oh! Oh! And catch what can’t be seen?

 

Chorus

Oh! Lucky if I see one!

Oh! Fairy! Fairy Fay!

Oh! Lucky if I meet one!

What a simply wonderful day!

 

Verse

Flitting through the forest in the grand land of Make Believe

Or are the things we hope exist a part of true reality?

Something there to guide me in the grand land of In-Between

Between the realm of what I see and what I think that I can dream!

 

Oh! Oh! Who can tame a fairy?

Oh! Oh! This will never be!

Oh! Oh! Who can claim a fairy?

Oh! Oh! And catch what can’t be seen?

 

Chorus

Oh! Lucky if I see one!

Oh! Fairy! Fairy Fay!

Oh! Lucky if I meet one!

What a simply wonderful day!

Click here for a full song list for “The Chronicles of Bren: Captured.”
Click here for a full song list for “The Chronicles of Bren: Captured.” Audio files for the songs are currently being mixed. These song pages will be updated when the songs are available for download.

Song Seven

Fairies

Words & Music: Dennis Jernigan

April 18, disorder generic 2012

 

Song History

This song was inspired by faith. What is faith? Faith is believing and placing one’s hope in something or someone else. Faith is the power to keep one’s eyes fixed on the goal even when the goal cannot be seen! The fairies in the story ofCaptured represent faith to a certain degree. Sometimes we have dreams for greatness that seem far beyond our limitations as humans – yet we somehow muster the faith to believe anyway! If we limited ourselves to believing only what we could see would mankind ever invent or create anything? Having faith is a good thing. Where we place our faith can mean the difference between life and death. Be careful where you place your faith.

Dennis Jernigan

 

Verse

Fairies tend to vary and can have quite an attitude

Some can be quite merry

Some can practice less than gratitude

Mischievous and magical and more than a mystery

Bringing good from tragical and leaving quite a history.

 

Oh! Oh! Who can tame a fairy?

Oh! Oh! This will never be!

Oh! Oh! Who can claim a fairy?

Oh! Oh! And catch what can’t be seen?

 

Chorus

Oh! Lucky if I see one!

Oh! Fairy! Fairy Fay!

Oh! Lucky if I meet one!

What a simply wonderful day!

 

Verse

Flitting through the forest in the grand land of Make Believe

Or are the things we hope exist a part of true reality?

Something there to guide me in the grand land of In-Between

Between the realm of what I see and what I think that I can dream!

 

Oh! Oh! Who can tame a fairy?

Oh! Oh! This will never be!

Oh! Oh! Who can claim a fairy?

Oh! Oh! And catch what can’t be seen?

 

Chorus

Oh! Lucky if I see one!

Oh! Fairy! Fairy Fay!

Oh! Lucky if I meet one!

What a simply wonderful day!

Click here for a full song list for “The Chronicles of Bren: Captured.” Audio files for the songs are currently being mixed. These song pages will be updated when the songs are available for download.
Click here for a full song list for “The Chronicles of Bren: Captured.” Audio files for the songs are currently being mixed. These song pages will be updated when the songs are available for download.

Song Seven

Fairies

Words & Music: Dennis Jernigan

April 18, disorder generic 2012

 

Song History

This song was inspired by faith. What is faith? Faith is believing and placing one’s hope in something or someone else. Faith is the power to keep one’s eyes fixed on the goal even when the goal cannot be seen! The fairies in the story ofCaptured represent faith to a certain degree. Sometimes we have dreams for greatness that seem far beyond our limitations as humans – yet we somehow muster the faith to believe anyway! If we limited ourselves to believing only what we could see would mankind ever invent or create anything? Having faith is a good thing. Where we place our faith can mean the difference between life and death. Be careful where you place your faith.

Dennis Jernigan

 

Verse

Fairies tend to vary and can have quite an attitude

Some can be quite merry

Some can practice less than gratitude

Mischievous and magical and more than a mystery

Bringing good from tragical and leaving quite a history.

 

Oh! Oh! Who can tame a fairy?

Oh! Oh! This will never be!

Oh! Oh! Who can claim a fairy?

Oh! Oh! And catch what can’t be seen?

 

Chorus

Oh! Lucky if I see one!

Oh! Fairy! Fairy Fay!

Oh! Lucky if I meet one!

What a simply wonderful day!

 

Verse

Flitting through the forest in the grand land of Make Believe

Or are the things we hope exist a part of true reality?

Something there to guide me in the grand land of In-Between

Between the realm of what I see and what I think that I can dream!

 

Oh! Oh! Who can tame a fairy?

Oh! Oh! This will never be!

Oh! Oh! Who can claim a fairy?

Oh! Oh! And catch what can’t be seen?

 

Chorus

Oh! Lucky if I see one!

Oh! Fairy! Fairy Fay!

Oh! Lucky if I meet one!

What a simply wonderful day!

Click here for a full song list for “The Chronicles of Bren: Captured.” Audio files for the songs are currently being mixed. These song pages will be updated when the songs are available for download.
Click here for a full song list for “The Chronicles of Bren: Captured.”
Download mp3 here.

Song Eight

Jidgel! Jidgel!

Words & Music: Dennis Jernigan

April 19/20, tadalafil 2012

 

Song History

The name for this character was invented by my son, Judah, when he was just a boy. He is one of the most creative people I know. One of Judah’s funniest ideas was the way he spoke about what he would call his one-day children. He told me that when he had a son he would call him Jidgel! I never forgot that and decided that this character’s name had to be Jidgel. Jidgel represents self-reliance and personal responsibility…and also a form of wisdom. Jidgel lives alone and fends for himself in the swamp, daring to live where others fear to tread. As a result, he sees through the trappings of government and superficiality of mankind and evokes a sense of accepting people just because of who they are and not for what they can do for him. Leonolis trusts him quickly once he discerns the wisdom coming from this feisty little man. Jidgel was one of my favorite characters to write. Young men and women, don’t hold others responsible for your attitudes and lot in life. Hold yourself responsible and walk as one who is responsible. Don’t blame others for your misfortunes. Learn to make something beautiful even out of the misfortune just as Jidgel saw beauty in a place most others in the Kingdom avoided.

Dennis Jernigan

 

Verse

Man of the swamp

Man of the fen

Man of the water and reed

Man of his word

Man among men

Meeter of shelter and need

 

Chorus

Jidgel! Jidgel, curmudgeon short and stout

Jidgel! Jidgel, what is life about?

Lacketyloo! Didgeridoo!

Tell me what life is about, to you!

Lolligoligh! Lolligoloo!

Show me the way to get through!

 

Verse

Eater of fish

Drinker of wine

Shorter than average men

Taller in heart!

Taller in mind!

Defender of truth, you’re his friend!

 

Chorus

Jidgel! Jidgel, curmudgeon short and stout

Jidgel! Jidgel, what is life about?

Lacketyloo! Didgeridoo!

Tell me what life is about, to you!

Lolligoligh! Lolligoloo!

Show me the way to get through!

 

Bridge

I can go around but I’d rather go through!

I think that’s what you would do!

Tell me what I know that I know to be true!

Show me the way to get through!

 

Chorus

Jidgel! Jidgel, curmudgeon short and stout

Jidgel! Jidgel, what is life about?

Lacketyloo! Didgeridoo!

Tell me what life is about, to you!

Lolligoligh! Lolligoloo!

Show me the way to get through!

Click here for a full song list for “The Chronicles of Bren: Captured.”
Click here for a full song list for “The Chronicles of Bren: Captured.” Audio files for the songs are currently being mixed. These song pages will be updated when the songs are available for download.

Song Seven

Fairies

Words & Music: Dennis Jernigan

April 18, disorder generic 2012

 

Song History

This song was inspired by faith. What is faith? Faith is believing and placing one’s hope in something or someone else. Faith is the power to keep one’s eyes fixed on the goal even when the goal cannot be seen! The fairies in the story ofCaptured represent faith to a certain degree. Sometimes we have dreams for greatness that seem far beyond our limitations as humans – yet we somehow muster the faith to believe anyway! If we limited ourselves to believing only what we could see would mankind ever invent or create anything? Having faith is a good thing. Where we place our faith can mean the difference between life and death. Be careful where you place your faith.

Dennis Jernigan

 

Verse

Fairies tend to vary and can have quite an attitude

Some can be quite merry

Some can practice less than gratitude

Mischievous and magical and more than a mystery

Bringing good from tragical and leaving quite a history.

 

Oh! Oh! Who can tame a fairy?

Oh! Oh! This will never be!

Oh! Oh! Who can claim a fairy?

Oh! Oh! And catch what can’t be seen?

 

Chorus

Oh! Lucky if I see one!

Oh! Fairy! Fairy Fay!

Oh! Lucky if I meet one!

What a simply wonderful day!

 

Verse

Flitting through the forest in the grand land of Make Believe

Or are the things we hope exist a part of true reality?

Something there to guide me in the grand land of In-Between

Between the realm of what I see and what I think that I can dream!

 

Oh! Oh! Who can tame a fairy?

Oh! Oh! This will never be!

Oh! Oh! Who can claim a fairy?

Oh! Oh! And catch what can’t be seen?

 

Chorus

Oh! Lucky if I see one!

Oh! Fairy! Fairy Fay!

Oh! Lucky if I meet one!

What a simply wonderful day!

Click here for a full song list for “The Chronicles of Bren: Captured.” Audio files for the songs are currently being mixed. These song pages will be updated when the songs are available for download.
Click here for a full song list for “The Chronicles of Bren: Captured.”
Download mp3 here.

Song Eight

Jidgel! Jidgel!

Words & Music: Dennis Jernigan

April 19/20, tadalafil 2012

 

Song History

The name for this character was invented by my son, Judah, when he was just a boy. He is one of the most creative people I know. One of Judah’s funniest ideas was the way he spoke about what he would call his one-day children. He told me that when he had a son he would call him Jidgel! I never forgot that and decided that this character’s name had to be Jidgel. Jidgel represents self-reliance and personal responsibility…and also a form of wisdom. Jidgel lives alone and fends for himself in the swamp, daring to live where others fear to tread. As a result, he sees through the trappings of government and superficiality of mankind and evokes a sense of accepting people just because of who they are and not for what they can do for him. Leonolis trusts him quickly once he discerns the wisdom coming from this feisty little man. Jidgel was one of my favorite characters to write. Young men and women, don’t hold others responsible for your attitudes and lot in life. Hold yourself responsible and walk as one who is responsible. Don’t blame others for your misfortunes. Learn to make something beautiful even out of the misfortune just as Jidgel saw beauty in a place most others in the Kingdom avoided.

Dennis Jernigan

 

Verse

Man of the swamp

Man of the fen

Man of the water and reed

Man of his word

Man among men

Meeter of shelter and need

 

Chorus

Jidgel! Jidgel, curmudgeon short and stout

Jidgel! Jidgel, what is life about?

Lacketyloo! Didgeridoo!

Tell me what life is about, to you!

Lolligoligh! Lolligoloo!

Show me the way to get through!

 

Verse

Eater of fish

Drinker of wine

Shorter than average men

Taller in heart!

Taller in mind!

Defender of truth, you’re his friend!

 

Chorus

Jidgel! Jidgel, curmudgeon short and stout

Jidgel! Jidgel, what is life about?

Lacketyloo! Didgeridoo!

Tell me what life is about, to you!

Lolligoligh! Lolligoloo!

Show me the way to get through!

 

Bridge

I can go around but I’d rather go through!

I think that’s what you would do!

Tell me what I know that I know to be true!

Show me the way to get through!

 

Chorus

Jidgel! Jidgel, curmudgeon short and stout

Jidgel! Jidgel, what is life about?

Lacketyloo! Didgeridoo!

Tell me what life is about, to you!

Lolligoligh! Lolligoloo!

Show me the way to get through!

Click here for a full song list for “The Chronicles of Bren: Captured.”
Click here for a full song list for “The Chronicles of Bren: Captured.”
Download mp3 here.

Song Nine

Creatures

Words & Music: Dennis Jernigan

April 19/20, dysentery 2012

 

Song History

The evil creatures of Bren represent the things we fear in life. The good creatures represent the things we enjoy and welcome as blessings. We can either be cowered by our fear and accomplish nothing or we can face our fears and conquer them and use them as stepping stones to greater joy and enjoyment in life. As a boy, hemophilia my brothers and cousins spent hours roaming the countryside around our farm – at night! Playing spotlight was a common game. I remember running and hiding and hoping I could find the best hiding place. Often, I found just the right place and could wait for several minutes before the person who was ‘it’ would give up and begin calling out, “Make a noise or I quit!” But at other times, when my hiding place was impenetrable, I found myself alone for quite sometime. Realizing they had given up on finding me, they would stop looking! And the aloneness in that moment of realization sent my mind into panic mode as thoughts of demons and creatures and deviant wild men caused me to set out running through the darkness toward home, chased by unseen creatures. I learned to conquer those fears by facing the truth. There were no creatures there and no one meant me any harm. The older I got, the more I was able to make myself calm down and actually walk casually toward home. Castle Aerie represents home or a secure place. By placing our hope and finding a home in what is true, we alleviate and conquer our fears. Use fear as a motivation to finding the truth…and make your home in that place.

Dennis Jernigan

 

Verse

Ogres and werewolves and Terrebithians

Hawken and Wolfen and Treesant

Myriad creatures inhabiting Bren

Some of the dark some of light

 

Swine rats and demons

A unicorn or two

Dragons and various fiends

Myriad creatures inhabiting Bren

Some of the day

Some of night

 

Chorus

Better watch out!

Better watch out when you pass through

Forest or valley!

Whatever you do!

Better watch out!

Better watch whatever you do!

Better be watching, but who’s watching who?

Better be watching, but who’s watching who?

 

Verse

Witches and warlocks and men of every race

With just a thin veil in between them

Darkness has no place to go in the light

But always there hiding its face!

 

Chorus

Better watch out!

Better watch out when you pass through

Forest or valley!

Whatever you do!

Better watch out!

Better watch whatever you do!

Better be watching, but who’s watching who?

Better be watching, but who’s watching who?

 

Bridge

Tale as old as time!

Day at war with night!

Tale as old as time!

Dark at war with light!

 

Chorus

Better watch out!

Better watch out when you pass through

Forest or valley!

Whatever you do!

Better watch out!

Better watch whatever you do!

Better be watching, but who’s watching who?

Better be watching, but who’s watching who?

Click here for a full song list for “The Chronicles of Bren: Captured.”
Download mp3 here.
Click here for a full song list for “The Chronicles of Bren: Captured.” Audio files for the songs are currently being mixed. These song pages will be updated when the songs are available for download.

Song Seven

Fairies

Words & Music: Dennis Jernigan

April 18, disorder generic 2012

 

Song History

This song was inspired by faith. What is faith? Faith is believing and placing one’s hope in something or someone else. Faith is the power to keep one’s eyes fixed on the goal even when the goal cannot be seen! The fairies in the story ofCaptured represent faith to a certain degree. Sometimes we have dreams for greatness that seem far beyond our limitations as humans – yet we somehow muster the faith to believe anyway! If we limited ourselves to believing only what we could see would mankind ever invent or create anything? Having faith is a good thing. Where we place our faith can mean the difference between life and death. Be careful where you place your faith.

Dennis Jernigan

 

Verse

Fairies tend to vary and can have quite an attitude

Some can be quite merry

Some can practice less than gratitude

Mischievous and magical and more than a mystery

Bringing good from tragical and leaving quite a history.

 

Oh! Oh! Who can tame a fairy?

Oh! Oh! This will never be!

Oh! Oh! Who can claim a fairy?

Oh! Oh! And catch what can’t be seen?

 

Chorus

Oh! Lucky if I see one!

Oh! Fairy! Fairy Fay!

Oh! Lucky if I meet one!

What a simply wonderful day!

 

Verse

Flitting through the forest in the grand land of Make Believe

Or are the things we hope exist a part of true reality?

Something there to guide me in the grand land of In-Between

Between the realm of what I see and what I think that I can dream!

 

Oh! Oh! Who can tame a fairy?

Oh! Oh! This will never be!

Oh! Oh! Who can claim a fairy?

Oh! Oh! And catch what can’t be seen?

 

Chorus

Oh! Lucky if I see one!

Oh! Fairy! Fairy Fay!

Oh! Lucky if I meet one!

What a simply wonderful day!

Click here for a full song list for “The Chronicles of Bren: Captured.” Audio files for the songs are currently being mixed. These song pages will be updated when the songs are available for download.
Click here for a full song list for “The Chronicles of Bren: Captured.”
Download mp3 here.

Song Eight

Jidgel! Jidgel!

Words & Music: Dennis Jernigan

April 19/20, tadalafil 2012

 

Song History

The name for this character was invented by my son, Judah, when he was just a boy. He is one of the most creative people I know. One of Judah’s funniest ideas was the way he spoke about what he would call his one-day children. He told me that when he had a son he would call him Jidgel! I never forgot that and decided that this character’s name had to be Jidgel. Jidgel represents self-reliance and personal responsibility…and also a form of wisdom. Jidgel lives alone and fends for himself in the swamp, daring to live where others fear to tread. As a result, he sees through the trappings of government and superficiality of mankind and evokes a sense of accepting people just because of who they are and not for what they can do for him. Leonolis trusts him quickly once he discerns the wisdom coming from this feisty little man. Jidgel was one of my favorite characters to write. Young men and women, don’t hold others responsible for your attitudes and lot in life. Hold yourself responsible and walk as one who is responsible. Don’t blame others for your misfortunes. Learn to make something beautiful even out of the misfortune just as Jidgel saw beauty in a place most others in the Kingdom avoided.

Dennis Jernigan

 

Verse

Man of the swamp

Man of the fen

Man of the water and reed

Man of his word

Man among men

Meeter of shelter and need

 

Chorus

Jidgel! Jidgel, curmudgeon short and stout

Jidgel! Jidgel, what is life about?

Lacketyloo! Didgeridoo!

Tell me what life is about, to you!

Lolligoligh! Lolligoloo!

Show me the way to get through!

 

Verse

Eater of fish

Drinker of wine

Shorter than average men

Taller in heart!

Taller in mind!

Defender of truth, you’re his friend!

 

Chorus

Jidgel! Jidgel, curmudgeon short and stout

Jidgel! Jidgel, what is life about?

Lacketyloo! Didgeridoo!

Tell me what life is about, to you!

Lolligoligh! Lolligoloo!

Show me the way to get through!

 

Bridge

I can go around but I’d rather go through!

I think that’s what you would do!

Tell me what I know that I know to be true!

Show me the way to get through!

 

Chorus

Jidgel! Jidgel, curmudgeon short and stout

Jidgel! Jidgel, what is life about?

Lacketyloo! Didgeridoo!

Tell me what life is about, to you!

Lolligoligh! Lolligoloo!

Show me the way to get through!

Click here for a full song list for “The Chronicles of Bren: Captured.”
Click here for a full song list for “The Chronicles of Bren: Captured.”
Download mp3 here.

Song Nine

Creatures

Words & Music: Dennis Jernigan

April 19/20, dysentery 2012

 

Song History

The evil creatures of Bren represent the things we fear in life. The good creatures represent the things we enjoy and welcome as blessings. We can either be cowered by our fear and accomplish nothing or we can face our fears and conquer them and use them as stepping stones to greater joy and enjoyment in life. As a boy, hemophilia my brothers and cousins spent hours roaming the countryside around our farm – at night! Playing spotlight was a common game. I remember running and hiding and hoping I could find the best hiding place. Often, I found just the right place and could wait for several minutes before the person who was ‘it’ would give up and begin calling out, “Make a noise or I quit!” But at other times, when my hiding place was impenetrable, I found myself alone for quite sometime. Realizing they had given up on finding me, they would stop looking! And the aloneness in that moment of realization sent my mind into panic mode as thoughts of demons and creatures and deviant wild men caused me to set out running through the darkness toward home, chased by unseen creatures. I learned to conquer those fears by facing the truth. There were no creatures there and no one meant me any harm. The older I got, the more I was able to make myself calm down and actually walk casually toward home. Castle Aerie represents home or a secure place. By placing our hope and finding a home in what is true, we alleviate and conquer our fears. Use fear as a motivation to finding the truth…and make your home in that place.

Dennis Jernigan

 

Verse

Ogres and werewolves and Terrebithians

Hawken and Wolfen and Treesant

Myriad creatures inhabiting Bren

Some of the dark some of light

 

Swine rats and demons

A unicorn or two

Dragons and various fiends

Myriad creatures inhabiting Bren

Some of the day

Some of night

 

Chorus

Better watch out!

Better watch out when you pass through

Forest or valley!

Whatever you do!

Better watch out!

Better watch whatever you do!

Better be watching, but who’s watching who?

Better be watching, but who’s watching who?

 

Verse

Witches and warlocks and men of every race

With just a thin veil in between them

Darkness has no place to go in the light

But always there hiding its face!

 

Chorus

Better watch out!

Better watch out when you pass through

Forest or valley!

Whatever you do!

Better watch out!

Better watch whatever you do!

Better be watching, but who’s watching who?

Better be watching, but who’s watching who?

 

Bridge

Tale as old as time!

Day at war with night!

Tale as old as time!

Dark at war with light!

 

Chorus

Better watch out!

Better watch out when you pass through

Forest or valley!

Whatever you do!

Better watch out!

Better watch whatever you do!

Better be watching, but who’s watching who?

Better be watching, but who’s watching who?

Click here for a full song list for “The Chronicles of Bren: Captured.”
Download mp3 here.

Click here for a full song list for “The Chronicles of Bren: Captured.”
Download mp3 here.

Song Ten

Chiroptera

Words & Music: Dennis Jernigan

May 25, erectile 2012

 

Song History

When my children were young, my mother told them many stories. One of those stories was about a little Native American boy called Falling Rocks. This story began when my mom and dad took my nephew and niece on a trip to Utah. Being very young at the time, my niece and nephew asked why there were so many signs that said ‘Watch For Falling Rocks’ along the mountainside roads. My mom came up with this story: there is a little lost boy named Falling Rocks and his mother has placed those signs there so she can get the public to help her find her little lost son. Not but a few minutes after she came up with this story meant to entertain the children than a little Native American boy in full Native American dress was standing on the roadside. My niece burst into tears and asked her grandparents to stop and help him. My mom told the children that she would stop at the next rest area and call the boy’s mother. The children were beside themselves in panic over helping this boy. At the next stop, my mom made a ‘phone call’ to the boy’s mother, relieving the children of this great burden to help Falling Rocks. As my children heard the story from my mother, the legend only grew! To this day, whenever we see a sign warning of ‘Falling Rocks’ we all laugh and enjoy the memory all over again! I had to use the name Falling Rocks for a character in my book. It seemed appropriate to call the leader of the mountainous dwelling creatures, the Chiroptera, Falling Rocks.

Dennis Jernigan

 

Verse

Wings like a bat

Face half human

Talons like a bird of prey

Making their abode in the heights of the mountains

Hunt by night

Sleep by day

 

Chorus

Chiroptera! Chiroptera!

Shadow in the sky overhead!

Chiroptera! Chiroptera!

See them coming, hope they’re well fed!

Like a cloud in the sky on a moonless night

You’re never really sure if you’ve seen one!

Like a storm in the night, you’d better hope it passes by

‘Cause you’re always better off if you never meet one!

Chiroptera! Chiroptera!

Phantom of the air on high!

Chiroptera! Chiroptera!

Better hope they just pass by!

 

Verse

Preying through the night on owls and fairies

Any creature small and weak

Waiting in the shadows for their unsuspecting victims

Sinking in their jagged teeth!

 

Chorus

Chiroptera! Chiroptera!

Shadow in the sky overhead!

Chiroptera! Chiroptera!

See them coming, hope they’re well fed!

Like a cloud in the sky on a moonless night

You’re never really sure if you’ve seen one!

Like a storm in the night, you’d better hope it passes by

‘Cause you’re always better off if you never meet one!

Chiroptera! Chiroptera!

Phantom of the air on high!

Chiroptera! Chiroptera!

Better hope they just pass by!

Click here for a full song list for “The Chronicles of Bren: Captured.”
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