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Who does it belong to then? Well, it belongs to the fanfiction writer link (Found on Fanfiction.net.) The fanfic that this song came from is called link. It's a Draco Malfoy/Harry Potter fanfic, and if that turns toi off, then I'm sorry, but please do read this song. If toi want to read this fanfic (And please do) then I must warn toi that it has MATURE CONTENT and is rated M. That is all. Enjoy!

"12 Days of Christmas" Sung par Seamus, lyrics done par Galadriell.

On the first jour of Christmas my true l’amour gave to me a wilting Whomping Willow...
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Without further ado, here’s our liste of the haut, retour au début 10 alternate endings to Deathly Hallows:

10. Scooby Doo ending - Voldemort is captured, and is revealed to be Filch wearing a mask. As he is hauled away, he shouts, “And I would have gotten away with it too, if it weren’t for toi meddling kids!”

9. South Park ending: After defeating Voldemort, Harry and Ron address the audience, saying, “You know, I’ve learned something today.” Suddenly, Ginny is run over par the Knight Bus, prompting Ron to shout, “They killed Ginny!” Harry responds, “You bastards!” Neville...
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I found these fascinating, thought toi guys might too, :)

Bellatrix - “Bella” is a construct of the word “bellum” meaning “war” and “trix” refers to “a woman in power.” Bellatrix is therefore known as the “Female Warrior” and is also the pale yellow étoile, star indicating the left shoulder of the constellation Orion, the Great Hunter.

Blaise - Blaise was the teacher of Merlin. From the Roman name Blasius, which means “lisping.” From the Latin “blaesus.” A famous bearer was Blaise Pascal, a French mathematician and philosopher.

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