He begins his conversation with Link by scoffing that the boss of their village would never speak to the hero, partially because he is too busy hiding his painting of Osfala. He jokingly says that the Thief Girl is better off not telling anyone if she knows where it is, unless she plans on telling him.
He then asks Link if he wants to hear the new ditty that he created, which was inspired by these events. His song is about how the boss will punish all of those who make mistakes, so most thieves fear him and would rather be walking on the narrow path of a cliff.
- ↑ "Met the boss of our little village here? Heh heh. Yeah, he wouldn't waste time on someone like you. He's bust stashin' away that new painting he's got. Thing must be worth a fortune..." — Bard, A Link Between Worlds
- ↑ "If that thief girl knows where it is, she best keep her trap shut! Unless she wants to tell me where it is! Heh heh!" — Bard, A Link Between Worlds
- ↑ "That whole thing kinda inspired me, actually. Wanna hear my latest ditty?" — Bard, A Link Between Worlds
- ↑ "♪ Oh ho ho! Wrong place, wrong time, and the boss will be glad to put you back in line! ♪ A smart thief fears the boss's wrath! I'd rather be on a cliff walkin' a narrow path!" — Bard, A Link Between Worlds
- ↑ "Who's there? Nobody gets past me 'less you know all the words to the ultra-secret-thief-password song. I'll start the lyrics, and you finish 'em! That is, if you can! Here we go. Ahem... ♪ A smart thief fears the boss's wrath! I'd rather be on a cliff walkin'...
a narrow path.
a virtuous path." — Voice, A Link Between Worlds