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He tells of a vale where young man and maid have lain together, and suggests that they might do the same". Or, The Kind Country Lovers. Retrieved June 18,

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Lavender's green, diddle, diddle, Lavender's blue You must love me, diddle, diddle, cause I love you, I heard one say, diddle, diddle, since I came hither, That you and I, diddle, diddle, must lie together. Waltz, "The singer tells his lady that she must love him because he loves her. Wikisource has original text related to this article: This page was last edited on 6 December , at By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Lavender's Blue Lyrics

Both Waltz citing Eloise Hubbard Linscott and Halliwell have noted the song's association with Twelfth Night and the choosing of the king of queen of the festivities of that holiday. Waltz cites Sandra Stahl Dolby as describing this broadside version as being about a girl named Nell keeping the singer's bed warm. The Innocents play The Turn of the Screw opera. There are as many as thirty verses to the song, and many variations of each verse. It has been recorded in various forms since the 20th century and some pop versions have been hits in the US and UK charts. Several versions of the song have been released in the US and the UK. Waltz, "The singer tells his lady that she must love him because he loves her. The World's Music Charts.

Lavender's green, diddle, diddle, Lavender's blue You must love me, diddle, diddle, cause I love you, I heard one say, diddle, diddle, since I came hither, That you and I, diddle, diddle, must lie together. This section needs additional dilly dilly lavender for verification. Both Waltz citing Eloise Hubbard Linscott and Halliwell have noted the song's association with Twelfth Night and the choosing of the king of queen of the festivities of that holiday. Retrieved Dilly dilly lavender 8, In other projects Wikimedia Commons. English broadside before Or, The Kind Country Lovers. Lavender's Blue English folk song A 17th-century broadside version of the ballad. A 17th-century broadside version of the ballad.

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Lavender's Blue English folk song A 17th-century broadside version of the ballad. The lyrics printed in the broadside dilly dilly lavender fairly bawdy, celebrating sex and drinking. Popular Rhymes and Nursery Tales.

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