Three Day Lyrical Challenge: Day 3

Hello all and happy Thursday! I was tagged by the fabulous Always a Nefelibata over on her blog, so please be sure to check her content out!

The Rules:

  • Thank the person who nominated you.
  • Share one of your favorite song/lyrics one at a time for three days.
  • Nominate three other bloggers each day

To finish off this three day challenge, I chose one of my all time favorite jams that not many have heard of. I chose to show y’all Henry Purcell’s (an English baroque composer who was, in my opinion, a freaking genius) composition “Dido’s Lament” from his opera “Dido and Aeneas” (y’all knew I was a choir geek and always will be so sorry, not sorry), enjoy:

Dido’s Lament:


When I am laid,
am laid in earth,
may my wrongs create
No trouble,
no trouble in,
in thy breast

When I am laid,
am laid in earth,
may my wrongs create
No trouble,
no trouble in,
in thy breast

Remember me,
remember me,
but ah
Forget my fate

Remember me,
but ah
Forget my fate

Remember me,
remember me,
but ah
Forget my fate
Remember me,
but ah
Forget my fate

I Tag:

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