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  1. Before we examine whether this idea stretches back to Greensleeves and is the intended meaning there, I have sometimes read the claim that Tudor or renaissance prostitutes or courtesans wore green to advertise their services, or perhaps just wore green sleeves (on renaissance gowns, sleeves were detachable) and thus the Lady Greensleeves was such a woman – so not really a Lady, then, in the .
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  4. Inspired by Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s painting My Lady Greensleeves. CHARTS ONLY. No line by line description. Top down Crescent shape shawl. The amount of yarn will depend on the yarn used and gauge (needle size). Between m and m+. beads for the version with two chart 2 repeats.
  5. This is a old folk romance song. It talks about ‘Greensleeves’, the lady who I’m assuming turns him down, and he is sad because he would do anything for her. Show 1 Proposed Edit.
  6. Lady Greensleeves and other legends Huntingtower is said to be haunted by "Lady Greensleeves", a young woman named Dorothea who was the daughter of the 1st Earl of Gowrie. The legend states that she was in love with a servant at the castle and that the two used to have clandestine meetings at night in the eastern tower, where the servants slept.
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  8. Nov 25,  · [Chorus] C G Em greensleeves was all my joy, Am E greensleeves was my delight, C G Em greensleeves was my heart of gold, Am E7 Am and who but my lady greensleeves. [Verse 2] Am C G Em I have been.
  9. Greensleeves was all my joy, Greensleeves was my delight: Greensleeves was my heart of gold, And who but Lady Greensleeves. I have been ready at your hand, To grant what ever you would crave. I have both waged life and land, Your love and good will for to have. Greensleeves was all my joy, etc. I bought thee kerchers to thy head.