This is the Belecthorian Coronation Song as it was sung for King Michael II, crowned in 2016 (3082 Belecthorian Time). Sadly, the composer was not good at rhyming. If this song is not used at the ceremonial coronation (as happened at the crowning's of the three King's following Michael II) then they become illegitimate King's. Michael II was restored to the throne after his second resurrection.
Arise, and anoint him,
for this is the one!
The King of the nation,
anointed by God!
God save the King!
Long live the King!
Amen! Amen! Hallelujah!
Anointed first was Vilnius the Second,
anointed last was King Michael the Second.
Amen! Amen! Amen! Amen! Hallelujah, amen!
Long live the King! God save the King! May he live forever!
Gloria, amen! Hallelujah! Anoint him before God the King!
And let the people rejoice! Rejoice! Rejoice! And let the people rejoice!
Rejoice! Rejoice! Amen! Hallelujah!
Kings past were Michael One, Astoria One, Vilnius One,
Vilnius Sainted, Alexia One, Queen Janice, Anne One,
King Malcolm, Louis One, Louis Two, Vilnius Three,
Astoria Two, Vilnius Four, Vilnius Five, Alexia Two
Anne Two, Louis Three, King Richard, King Robert,
Vilnius Seven, Micah One, Rorimac One, Vilnius Eight,
Micah Two, Louis Four, Louis Five, Vilnius Nine,
Lord Protector Twycross, Vilnius Ten, Vilnius Eleven,
Vilnius Twelve, Louis Six, Rorimac Two, Micah Three,
Vilnius Thirteen, Regent Sinestra, Alexia Three,
Rorimac Three, Gerontius, and Rorimac Four!
Chorus x 3
May Michael be anointed King before God!