The Fairy Kingdom to Earth - The War of the Worlds by Jeff Wayne. Not only has the Kingdom had its own magical warfare, its attitude towards earth shows a less than friendly attitude. It is only because of its divinely given commission to watch earth that they take any interest in humans at all.
Eileen and Hanastrew - Cry Wolf by Aha. Something Eileen’s done many a time. Something Hanastrew would do if it’s in the interests of the squad and/or Kingdom.
Eileen and Jenny - Borderline by Chris de Burgh. Forget the turgid Lady in Red, de Burgh can do much better and this is a wonderful track talking about a soldier’s call up to war. As for using it in the Brenebourne series, the line between Eileen’s obedience and disobedience to her regal cousin is very thin. In the Kingdom or on earth, she lives her life on the borderline and thanks to her Jennifer will too.
Jenny and Eileen - Tears of a Clown by the wonderful Smokey Robinson and the Miracles. What Jenny can cry now her mother’s dropped her right in it.. What Eileen can cry too when the Queen gives her grief.
Eileen to Queen - You Keep Me Hanging On by Diana Ross and the Supremes/Kim Wilde. Love both versions. Very much something Eileen would sing to the Queen.
Eileen - War (What is it Good For) by Edwin Starr. Eileen’s attitude abruptly summed up when war threatens the Kingdom again thanks to the Chief Witch.
Eileen - Chariots of Fire by Vangelis. What Eileen could do with to get her right away from it all…