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The Trout in the Towers is a song about the wedding of Lord Edmure Tully and Roslin Frey.

HistoryEdit

"Iron From Ice"Edit

Several soldiers were heard singing this song during the wedding celebration.[1]

LyricsEdit

The trout, the trout, the trout in the towers,
The wolves dropped the fish ‘n’ they all ran away.
The trout, he flopped on for hours and hours,
And spawned a Walder Frey!
Another Walder Frey!
Two weddings, two beddings,
Brought on by beheadings,
A night in me cups for me!
Two weddings, two beddings,
Brought on by beheadings,
Yet all ends happily!
All ends happily!
The stag, the stag, the stag in the garden,
His crown is a gift from the wildest boar.
When roses are bloomin' and antlers are hardened
The stag growls “hear me roar!”
A lion’s fearsome roar!
Two weddings, two beddings,
Brought on by beheadings,
A night in me cups for me!
Two weddings, two beddings,
Brought on by beheadings,
Yet all ends happily!
All ends happily!

Behind the scenesEdit

The music for this song was composed by Jared Emerson-Johnson and the lyrics were written by Arthur von Nagel.

ReferencesEdit

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