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When in the springtime of the year When the trees are crowned with leaves When the ash and oak, and the birch and yew Are dressed in ribbons fair. When the owls call the breathless moon In the blue veil of the night The shadows of the trees appear Amidst the lantern lights. We've been rambling all the night And sometime of this day Now returning back again We bring a garland gay. Who will go down to those shady groves And summon the shadows there? And tie a ribbon on those sheltering arms In the springtime of the year? The songs of birds seem to fill the wood That when the fiddler plays All their voices can be heard Long past the woodland days.
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The Mummer's Dance
Recorded at Real World studios with a stellar musical cast., When in the springtime of the year When the trees are crowned with leaves When the ash and oak, and the birch and yew Are dressed in ribbons fair.
The Mummer's Dance Lyrics
The song refers to the seasonal Mummers Play performed by groups of actors, often as house-to-house visits. Its lyrics indicate a springtime holiday. The song was used as the theme for the TV series Legacy. It was also featured in the trailer for the film Ever After , starring Drew Barrymore , and in the soundtrack of the Brazilian telenovela Corpo Dourado. A music video was also produced for the selection. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Archived from the original on May 14,