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  1. Kagagis Reply

    Watch the video for Lady of Carlisle from The Pentangle's Live At The BBC for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

  2. Barg Reply

    Down in Carlisle there lived a lady, Being most beautiful and gay; She was determined to live a lady, No man on earth could her betray.

  3. Vudotaxe Reply

    Lady Of Carlisle Lyrics: Traditional, arr Hunter Music: Traditional, arr Hunter This is the song from which much of the imagery in Robert Hunter's Terrapin Station Suite came. The lyrics here are from his version on his LP Jack O'Roses: they stick pretty closely to the traditional lyrics except for one change to identify the sea captain with the Jack O'Roses.

  4. Goltijind Reply

    Down in Carlisle, there lived a lady, And she was of some high degree; She had determined to live a lady No one on earth could her betray.

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    Lady Of Carlisle - Lyrics & Chords. G: Down in Carlisle there lived a lady, C: G: Being most: beautiful and: gay; She was determined to live a lady, A: D7: G: No man on: earth could: her be: tray. Unless it were a man of honor, A man of honor and high degree; And then approached two loving soldiers.

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    Apr 12,  · Lady Mary Wortley Montagu seemed somewhat taken aback by the marriage, describing the new Lady Carlisle as very agreeable and very gay. Note that, at that time “gay” meant merry and light-hearted, but also had a connotation of wantonness and lasciviousness, so Lady Mary was not necessarily being complimentary.

  7. Marn Reply

    Down in Carlisle there lived a lady. Being most beautiful and gay, She was determined to stay a lady, No man on earth could her betray. Unless it was a man of honour. A man of honour and high degree, And there approached two loving soldiers, This fair lady for to see. One being a brave lieutenant.

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    Down in Carlisle there lived a lady, C G Being most beautiful and gay; She was determined to live a lady, A D7 G No man on earth could her betray. Unless it were a man of honor, A man of honor and high degree; And then approached two loving soldiers, This fair lady for to see. One being a brave lieutenant, A brave lieutenant and a man of war;/10(24).

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