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==Lyrics==
 
==Lyrics==
:::''My featherbed is deep and soft,''
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{{lyrics|
:::''and there I'll lay you down,''
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My featherbed is deep and soft,
:::''I'll dress you all in yellow silk,''
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:and there I'll lay you down,
:::''and on your head a crown.''
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I'll dress you all in yellow silk,
:::''For you shall be my lady love,''
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:and on your head a crown.
:::''and I shall be your lord.''
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For you shall be my lady love,
:::''I'll always keep you warm and safe,''
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:and I shall be your lord.
:::''and guard you with my sword.''
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I'll always keep you warm and safe,
:::''And how she smiled and how she laughed,''
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:and guard you with my sword.
:::''the maiden of the tree.''
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And how she smiled and how she laughed,
:::''She spun away and said to him,''
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:the maiden of the tree.
:::''no featherbed for me.''
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She spun away and said to him,
:::''I'll wear a gown of golden leaves,''
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:no featherbed for me.
:::''and bind my hair with grass,''
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I'll wear a gown of golden leaves,
:::''But you can be my forest love,''
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:and bind my hair with grass,
:::''and me your forest lass.''{{ref|asos|22}}
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But you can be my forest love,
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:and me your forest lass.{{ref|asos|22}}
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==Recent Events==
 
==Recent Events==

Latest revision as of 11:46, 6 September 2018

"My Featherbed" is a song. It is uncertain if that is the actual title of the song -- it may also be titled "The Maiden of the Tree", or "No Featherbed for Me", or something else.

Lyrics

My featherbed is deep and soft,
and there I'll lay you down,
I'll dress you all in yellow silk,
and on your head a crown.
For you shall be my lady love,
and I shall be your lord.
I'll always keep you warm and safe,
and guard you with my sword.
And how she smiled and how she laughed,
the maiden of the tree.
She spun away and said to him,
no featherbed for me.
I'll wear a gown of golden leaves,
and bind my hair with grass,
But you can be my forest love,
and me your forest lass.[1]

Recent Events

A Storm of Swords

It is sung by Tom of Sevenstreams at Acorn Hall.[1]

References and Notes