"I'm Quite the Red-Roof Girl" was a bawdy song favored in the more disreputable parts of the city of Procampur in the Vast and sung by the mid–13th century DR. It described the "red-roof girls" of the city's Adventurers' District.

In the Year of Burning Steel, 1246 DR, Ivy of the Siegebreakers learned it from a minstrel in a Procampan military camp. She sung it to annoy Captain Sanval.

The song began with "I'm quite the red-roof girl, in fact, all the warriors declare…". The second verse contained "Once the men lived for my sighs, but now they want a peek of…". Ivy did not dare sing the final three lines before the Forty bodyguards of the Thultyrl.[1]


  1. Rosemary Jones (November 2007). Crypt of the Moaning Diamond. (Wizards of the Coast), pp. 12–13. ISBN 978-0-7869-4714-0.