The First Sentinel by JustJeanette

The First Sentinel - JustJeanette
sung to The First Noel

The first Sentinel of which Blair did read
was found in a book of anthropology:
It talked of those with senses keen,
Protecting their tribes from things unseen.
Sentinel, Sentinel, Sentinel, Sentinel,
born to serve the tribe so well.

Blair was told, by a nurse he knew,
of a man whose senses were askew:
and to that Man gave insight,
that modern medicine wouldn't help his plight.
Sentinel, Sentinel, Sentinel, Sentinel,
born to serve the tribe so well.

And desperate for some answers true
Jim Ellison went where the card said to;
to seek for a Guide was not his intent,
but he found the one made his senses content.
Sentinel, Sentinel, Sentinel, Sentinel,
born to serve the tribe so well.

So this Hippy child, with way too much hair;
was born for Jim Ellison to care,
and Guide he will and ever stay,
at the Sentinel's side till his dying day.
Sentinel, Sentinel, Sentinel, Sentinel,
born to serve the tribe so well.

And partnered they in Cascade town,
protecting her from crim's of renown,
and offered they allegiance too,
Simon Banks and the Major Crimes crew.
Sentinel, Sentinel, Sentinel, Sentinel,
born to serve the tribe so well.

Then let us all with one loud cheer
thank the lord for the Sentinel's here,
And Blair Sandburg, who'll guide him home,
never from his Sentinel roam
Sentinel, Sentinel, Sentinel, Sentinel,
born to serve the tribe so well.

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Acknowledgements: Thank you to Patt for the cover art.