By JEN KURZMAN, APB WriterIt was the springtime of a new millennium and a group of teenage girls were enjoying the sun in the backyard of their house.
One of them was singing the traditional dragon song: “You can’t get a ride on a dragon, so you have to go on a trip.”
That’s what the 14-year-old, who asked to remain anonymous, was singing in her backyard, the first time she had ever sung a dragon’s song.
The girl, who was a senior at St. Joseph’s College in Brooklyn, is among more than 1,200 high school seniors who have sung the song, called “The Dragon’s Song.”
The song, sung by the mythical dragon, has become a popular one among young people around the world.
In some cultures, it is considered a form of meditation.
The lyrics say, “You’re too big to be a dragon.”
It is also a popular song on the Internet, with thousands of variations on the theme.
The songs have become a hit on YouTube and Tumblr, and a Facebook page has more than 300,000 likes.
The song’s origins date to the Middle Ages.
The song was first recorded by the Icelandic poet Sigurdur Sigurðsson, who is thought to have been inspired by dragons.
It was popularized by American singer-songwriter Carrie Underwood, who has been performing it for decades.
Underwood is also the lead singer of the pop-punk band Queen of the Desert.
In Sweden, a similar version was performed by the group Säpo Folklorika in 2013.
A song that sounds similar to the traditional song was also performed at a dance event in Sweden in February.
It has also been performed at music festivals in Japan, Australia, India and other places around the globe.
The dragon song is a common element in many songs and lyrics that tell the story of a person or a place.
In a classic song, “The Lord of the Rings,” Gandalf tells Bilbo Baggins that he can never leave the Shire because the Dragon Smaug is “the most feared of all the creatures.”
The song is used in traditional Chinese and Korean folk songs and by some groups in Europe and the United States.
In the traditional Chinese tradition, the song is composed by the Dragon Priestesses, or Dragon-Tailed Demons.
They are female dragons who live in ancient temples and are the spirits of the dead.
In Chinese mythology, they were originally from the Earth and were sent to earth by the dragon King Kong.
Some of the Dragon-tailed Demons were created by the Ancient Chinese to guard the Dragon Gate.
In the traditional Korean folk song, the name of the song’s protagonist is 아트에, meaning “dragon.”
The title translates to “Dragon” or “Dragon’s Breath.”
The dragon’s breath is said to be the most powerful and spiritual of the dragon’s seven elemental powers, according to Chinese mythology.
The Dragon’s Breath is said by some Chinese monks to have the ability to destroy the dragon.
In other traditional songs, the dragon is portrayed as a giant serpent.
The lyrics of “The Da Vinci Code” by Sergio Leone and Richard Wagner are popular among high school students in New York.
The songs are popular with young people who want to feel their voices and imaginations come alive, said Kristina Linn, a junior at Roosevelt High School in Manhattan who wrote “The Devil in the White City.”
The songs are often accompanied by music, such as folk songs or the classic Chinese chimes, which are known as the dragon chimes.
The chimes are played in Chinese traditional Chinese schools.
In some cultures that have been known to promote meditation, the lyrics of the traditional Dragon Song are sung in the same way that Buddhist monks are supposed to do it.
In China, the Dragon Song is often performed as a meditation song.
A group of Chinese students at a traditional Buddhist school in Beijing are known to have recited the Dragon’s Dance in a way similar to traditional Buddhist chants.
“There is no difference between it and traditional Buddhist chanting,” said the teacher.
“In the Buddhist tradition, there is a difference of practice between the chanting and the singing.”
The Dragon Song can also be sung in Japanese, Korean and English.
In Korea, it has been adapted into a Japanese folk song called “Daisaku.”
In Japan, the traditional “The Dream of the Turtle” by the Japanese artist Koji Igarashi was popular in the 1990s and is still performed in Japanese public schools.
In Japan, there are several different types of Dragon Songs.
Some are performed in public schools and others are performed by Buddhist monks in temples.