Monday Music Memories – With Her Head Tucked Underneath Her Arm

Last week we peeked into the inner secrets of summer camp. Following our fun and weird plan for the month of April, today I bring to you a kind of creepy and funny song about Anne Boleyn. You remember her, right? She lost her head over HRH Henry the 8th because she had the audacity to fail to deliver to him a son. She had, however, what you might say was the last word; her daughter, Elizabeth, became one of England’s most famous monarchs.

The artist singing this version of the song was Cyril Smith, and he really makes the song for me. It’s another of those oldies that I used to listen to with my dad back in the day. Enjoy!

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15 Responses to Monday Music Memories – With Her Head Tucked Underneath Her Arm

  1. Haha! For having spilled her gore…that’s funny. Henry was a wicked sort of fellow. And the blowing of the nose, too. That’s funny. *laughing*

  2. The Dancing Rider says:

    Ah, lovely lovely Henry. I do love the title, in addition to the other lyrics and the melody!! I find it interesting that a song was written about her/this!

  3. ladycheetah7 says:

    Gives great meaning to “uneasy is the head that wears the crown.” Lol!

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