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    "Lord Randall", or "Lord Randal", (Roud 10, Child 12) is an Anglo-Scottish border ballad consisting of dialogue between a young Lord and his mother. Similar ballads can be found across Europe in many languages, including Danish, German, Magyar, Irish, Swedish, and Wendish. Italian variants are usually titled "L'avvelenato" ("The Poisoned Man") or "Il testamento dell'avvelenato" ("The Poisoned.

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    Brian Peters sang Lord Randal in on his CD of Child ballads, Songs of Trial and Triumph.. Jon Boden sang Lord Randal as the 27 August entry of his project A Folk Song a Day.. Emily Smith sang Lord Donald in on her CD Traiveller's Joy.. Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer sang Lord Randall in on their WildGoose album Stones on the corlenbmervernnalykernichuntotelpie.coinfo noted.

  5. Dijar Reply

    Lord Randall - "Oh where ha'e ye been, Lord Randall my son? O Insewn God—born from Zeus' thigh— some folk say in Drakanon, some in windy Ikaros, others say in Naxos, or by the deep-eddying river Alpheos, pregnant Semele bore you to thunder-loving Zeus.

  6. Fauramar Reply

    Lord Randall Lyrics: Where did you go, Lord Randall my son? / Where did you go, my beloved one? / Down in the glen, down in the glen / Make me my bed, I've a pain in me head / And I fain would lie.

  7. Shakazragore Reply

    What is Lord Randall About and Why Should I Care? The answer seems pretty self-evident to us. Frankly, anyone who's ever been a lovesick teenager, or ever will be a lovesick teenager, should really get "Lord Randall." It's got true love, mystery, passive aggressive parent-child relations, betrayal, tragedy you know, basically all of the ingredients that make up your average first love story.

  8. Daijar Reply

    Lord Thomas and Fair Ellender (Child No. 73) 2. Golden Vanity (Child No. ) 3. The Mermaid (Child No. ) 4. Mathie Groves (Child No. 81) 5. The Hanging of Georgie (Child No. ) 6. Gypsy Davy (Child No. ) 7. Thomas the Rhymer (Child No. 37) 8. Lady Margaret (Child No. 74) 9. Lord Randall (Child No. 12) Pretty Polly and False William.

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