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Five Florence + the Machines Songs You Should Listen to After Jenny of Oldstones

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Five Florence + the Machines Songs You Should Listen to After Jenny of Oldstones

Five Florence + the Machines Songs You Should Listen to After Jenny of Oldstones

Game of Thrones Season 8 was spectacular mostly because everyone is united, Dany knows the truth about Jon Snow’s origins and there was a Florence + the Machines song towards the end. I almost cried because only Florence + the Machines can deliver the story of Jenny Old Stones.

According to Genius “Jenny of Oldstones” by Florence + The Machine, released on April 21st 2019, was created for the second episode of the eighth season of “Game of Thrones”. The song is about the fictional character “Jenny of Oldstones”, created by George R. R. Martin of his “A song of Ice and Fire” book series. Florence has said that she is a fan of the show and was honoured to sing this song, being the last singer/band to ever sing on the show. The music was mostly made by Ramin Djawadi, the lyrics were based on a line in the books and completed by D.B. Weiss and Dan Benioff, the showrunners behind “Game of Thrones”

Here are the lyrics

[Intro]
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

[Verse 1]
The ones who’d been gone for so very long
She couldn’t remember their names
They spun her around on the damp old stone
Spun away all her sorrow and pain

[Chorus]
And she never wanted to leave, never wanted to leave
Never wanted to leave, never wanted to leave

[Verse 2]
They danced through the day
And into the night through the snow that swept through the hall
From winter to summer and winter again
‘Til the walls did crumble and fall

[Chorus]
And she never wanted to leave, never wanted to leave
Never wanted to leave, never wanted to leave
And she never wanted to leave, never wanted to leave
Never wanted to leave, never wanted to leave

[Outro]
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

Here are five Florence + the Machine songs you should listen to after Jenny of Oldstones.


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