Songs are known to play an important part in the life and education of dragons. Parents often use songs to give important lessons, and often songs carry memories of ancient events. Dragons, when they're courting a mate, sing their "Mating song": containing events and feats of the dragon during his/her life.
It should be noted that the names listed here are conjectural, as none of the songs are ever properly identified by name.
According Irelia and Jizara's memories, it wasn't probably a pleasant song (rumored to have "caused an avalanche").
Final words sung by AuRel, while facing death in front of Dragonblade.
Foe and friend ’tween cave and sky
All hear me now before I die
Fire and blood this night will see
When filial vengeance I take of thee!
Originally a song from the times of Silverhigh, Only a small portion of it is heard by the Copper.
Paint my wings, as a stranger in paradise,
Take me not from the city's light,
Through white towers I long to soar...
Hills Song Edit
Gryathus hill of Wyrr and wall
By river ring and deman hall
The next around, as river winds
The grazing fields of NuGrakat’s lines
AuRon's male hatchling used to play some rhymes, mocking their sister Istach because she was born with stripes.
She born with stripes looks to a bitter fate,
As many suitors as stripes, but never to mate.
Istach's blighter Song Edit
Istach learned a song from the blighters on the Isle of Ice and she sung it in front of Tyr RuGaard (who was fascinated by her appearance) and asked for a song.
“Fee-yo, fee-yah, mumabak, mumakhan—
Uf, duf, tref, dza! Brekogal hu soupapan.”
NeStirrath's Song Edit
The Seven Slayers Edit
A short song by Wistala, sung after request by the mule Stog.
While a horse will carry any fool
If the going’s hard you’ll want a mule!
Twice the load on half the feed,
A mule is tougher than any steed!
But treat him well when put to task
Or he’ll knock you on your—
Hazeleye sung this sea song in presence of NooMoahk, gaining the interest of the dragon and probably saving her own life.
(only the first verses are known)
Agone, away, abreast the endless sea
To circle in my journeys,
And then come home to thee.