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My sweet Lady Jane
When I see you again
Your servant am I
And will humbly remain

Just heed this plea my love
On bended knees my love
I pledge myself to Lady Jane

My dear Lady Anne
I've done what I can
I must take my leave
For promised I am
This play is run my love
Your time has come my love
I've pledged my troth to Lady Jane

Oh my sweet Marie
I wait at your ease
The sands have run out
For your lady and me

Wedlock is nigh my love
Her station's right my love
Life is secure with Lady Jane



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    UnregisteredDec 23, 2011 at 4:20 am
    This seems to refer to henry viii's choice of jane seymour to succeed anne boleyn as his wife. Anne's lady-in-waiting was lady margaret lee. "marie" might refer to her but would more likely refer to her sister, mary, who was once mis-identified by a famous court artist as a pregnant anne boleyn herself. Now how would that have happened!?

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