A cloaking robe of elven kind Hangs in my wardrobe behind All those things that mother Said were proper for a boy And I know I could not say why On this summer evening Sixteen books on magic spells Stacked below the cloak of elves And sixteen books on magic spells So elegantly bound And I know I could not say why On this summer evening And I know something, something about you And I know something, something about you A cloaking robe of elven kind Hangs in my wardrobe behind All those things that mother said Were proper for a boy
Writer/s: JOHN K. WOZNIAK
Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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Red from OzarksWeezer's "In the Garage" was 1994; Marcy Playground's "...Elvenkind" was 1991. So as far as I know, it was the first. But you might look into some Marc Bolan from the '70's and I bet you will dig up a couple of D&D references as well. I'm just too lazy to look right now.
Klerick from Stockton, CaNot the first song to have a D&D reference. Weezer referenced "12 sided die" in "In the Garage," which was released in 1994.
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