Prince Eugene, the noble knight,
wanted to get back for the Emperor,
the town and fortress of Belgarad.
He set up a bridge,
that they were able to cross the river,
with the army in front of the town.
When the bridge was set up,
and they could with waggons and weapons,
freely pass the Danube river.
At Semlin was set up the camp,
to expell all the Turks,
for their ridicule and disgust.
On August twenty-first,
came a spy during storm and rain,
vowed to the Prince and showed him,
that the Turks get ready.
So many that you could feel,
that three-hundred-thousand men are coming.
When Prince Eugene heard this,
he called together immediately,
his generals and field-marshalls,
to instruct them how to go on.
How they should lead the troops,
and attack the enemy right.
During the parole he commanded,
that they should count the twelve,
when the clock shows midnight.
Then all have to seat up on the horseback,
to defeat the enemy,
with everyone who has p
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Begged his lord to go to war
And take the fortress of Belgrade.
With his men, he built a bridge
So horse and man, could cross the ridge
And take the town, for God and King.
When the bridge, at last, was finished
Horse and carts with cannons loaded
Freely passed the Danube’s tide.
They set up camp, erecting works
Intent to fight, and chase the Turks
To win the field and break their pride!
On the twenty first of August
Came a spy, through wind and rain
And told the Prince of what he saw:
“All the Turks are out a-hunting
We could quickly send them running!
With a show of shock and awe!”
When the Prince had heard the message,
He called a council of his Captains,
And his loyal Field-Marshals.
He then instructed them to strike
The unsuspecting Turks that night
For they would flee and then disperse!
And to the army he commanded:
When the clock strikes twelve o'clock
Within the middle of the night:
Every man should mount his stallion
And in or