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Clever names, 2

Sorry, I just can't help myself.

How about 'Knight Moves' by Bob Seger?
or the Bee Gees' 'Knights on Broadway'?
Elvis' 'One Knight with You' ?

And of course, I always had a special fondness for my coming of age song, 'Oh, What a Knight' by the Dells.

Which brings up another question. When your coming of age song is over 40 years old, is that a fairly good indication that your life is over?

Obviously I am very bored.

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