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{{Hatnote|This article is about the song. For the Targaryen war of succession called by a similar name, see [[Dance of the Dragons]]. For the fifth novel in the "A Song of Ice and Fire" series, see [[A Dance with Dragons]]. For the episode of the TV show, see "[[The Dance of Dragons]]". For the book written by Grand Maester Munkun, see [[The Dance of Dragons, A True Telling]]}}
 
{{Hatnote|This article is about the song. For the Targaryen war of succession called by a similar name, see [[Dance of the Dragons]]. For the fifth novel in the "A Song of Ice and Fire" series, see [[A Dance with Dragons]]. For the episode of the TV show, see "[[The Dance of Dragons]]". For the book written by Grand Maester Munkun, see [[The Dance of Dragons, A True Telling]]}}
 
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"'''The Dance of the Dragons'''",{{ref|ASOS|60}} also called "'''Dance of the Dragons'''",{{ref|AGOT|30}} is a collection of haunting ballads woven together to tell of two dying lovers amidst the [[Doom of Valyria]].{{ref|AGOT|30}}{{ref|ASOS|60}} It is usually sung by two singers, one female, one male.{{ref|ASOS|60}}
 
"'''The Dance of the Dragons'''",{{ref|ASOS|60}} also called "'''Dance of the Dragons'''",{{ref|AGOT|30}} is a collection of haunting ballads woven together to tell of two dying lovers amidst the [[Doom of Valyria]].{{ref|AGOT|30}}{{ref|ASOS|60}} It is usually sung by two singers, one female, one male.{{ref|ASOS|60}}
  

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Two dying lovers amidst the Doom of Valyria © FFG

"The Dance of the Dragons",[1] also called "Dance of the Dragons",[2] is a collection of haunting ballads woven together to tell of two dying lovers amidst the Doom of Valyria.[2][1] It is usually sung by two singers, one female, one male.[1]

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A Game of Thrones

It is sung by a troupe of singers during the feast ending the Hand's tourney.[2]

A Storm of Swords

It is sung by Collio Quaynis in High Valyrian at the wedding of Joffrey I Baratheon and Margaery Tyrell.[1]

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