I have heard it said that when Boromir was feeling sad or
perplexed he would climb to the Heights of the mountain and gaze over
his land, his people, and think on the days of yore; care free days
with his brother, riding, trying to out score each other in archery,
drinking in the tavern, trying to choose which maid to spend time with.
He would often sing and get poetic in such times;
I live to serve Gondor!
The king it's said may come one day;
but until then I'll sing and praise
My heart like the eagle soars
when I return from far away
I see your tower and then I say
From mountains to the shores
I 'll love you ever more
Gondor! Gondor! Gondor!
about this time his brother would have tracked him down and poked
fun of his singing; but as they descended the heights they'd join in
together and those in the up most towers could hear the brothers, in
I live to serve Gondor!.....