"Coronation Day" is a drinking song that was sung in English streets in 1902, during the months of anticipation leading up to the coronation of King Edward VII. Mulligan sings it "out of tune with a cockney accent" in Telemachus, and in Circe King Edward himself intones it "with soft contentment."

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Edward VII in his coronation regalia. Source: www.talismancoins.com.