Dan Peterson - Looks Like She Made It (Jenny's Song) mp3 album
Jenny's song is a sad song that is always requested by the ghost of High Heart as payment in exchange for telling the brotherhood without banners of her prophetic dreams. It is presumably about Jenny of Oldstones, who, according to the tales, was acquainted with a woods witch. Arya Stark hears the song when the brotherhood without banners takes her to High Heart for the first time. The outlaws meet with the ghost of High Heart, who requests a song after telling them of her recent dreams
Jenny’s Song may have even moved young Cersei to tears. She recalls in A Feast for Crows: By night the prince played his silver harp and made her weep. When she had been presented to him, Cersei had almost drowned in the depths of his sad purple eyes. Some think the Song of Ice and Fire itself might be Jenny’s Song. But that feels a little too literal/extreme. At any rate it’s a song tied to Rhaegar and Lyanna’s love, to Jon and Dany’s origin, to the Azor Ahai prophecy, to those doomed to die, and to those who will live to remember them.
Jenny of Oldstones is a Westerosi song, about Jenny of Oldstones. Podrick Payne sings the first stanza of the song shortly before the Battle of Winterfell. High in the halls of the kings who are gone. Jenny would dance with her ghosts. The ones she had lost and the ones she had found. And the ones who had loved her the most. The ones who'd been gone for so very long. She couldn't remember their names. They spun her around on the damp old stones. Spun away all her sorrow and pain.
The song is about Jenny of Oldstones, a descendant of the kings of the First Men and the wife of Duncan Targaryen. High in the halls of the kings who are gone Jenny would dance with her ghosts The ones she had lost and the ones she had found And the ones who had loved her the most. The ones who'd been gone for so very long She couldn't remember their names They spun her around on the damp, cold stone Spun away her sorrow and pain. And she never wanted to leave. The Prince of Dragonflies loved Jenny of Oldstones so much he cast aside a crown, and Westeros paid the prince in corpses," Barristan Selmy explained in A Dance with Dragons.
Jenny's story inspired many songs by her nature of being the commoner for whom the heir to the Iron Throne gave up his crown in the name of love. In that way, the song is not only apropos of the situation between Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen as the truth of his birthright is revealed and their relationship tested, but the perfect song of woe to present on the eve of battle. Jon has once before forfeited love for duty when he sided with the Night's Watch over Ygritte and the Wildlings, and he is once again being put to the test with stakes that go much deeper.
Jordan Peterson is a Canadian clinical psychologist and professor at the University of Toronto, who has gained a significant following and criticism online for challenging postmodernism, political correctness and identity politics. Following Shepherd’s tutorial class, she was contacted to meet with her supervising professor Nathan Rambukkana, associate professor in communication studies Herbert Pimlott and manager of gendered violence prevention and support Adria Joel.
Lyrics to "Jenny's Song" song by We The Kings: I can't deny what I feel today But you feel like home and baby that's okay Can't deny what I feel w. .An excerpt of "Jenny's Song" has played at the end of a video made by Travis for Jenny to celebrate two years of their relationship. The video contained clips of her family members and friends telling how they loved her. InfectiousMagazine. com described this track by writing, "It's a sweet, slow and acoustic love song with adorable lyrics that is sure to make girls everywhere swoon. W. We The Kings Lyrics. album: "Strange Love" (2015). Love Again Howl At The Moon Completely Heaven So Close XO From Here To Mars All The Way Jenny's Song She Runaway.
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|A||Looks Like She Made It (Jenny's Song)
Written-By – Peterson*, Kerr*, Jennings*
|B||I Just Can't Go On
Written-By – Dan Peterson