King Henry (song)
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It is a version of the tale of the loathly lady. This form of the tale appears in Hrólfr Kraki's saga and also in the Scottish tale "The Daughter Of King Under-Waves". A similar bride is found in "The Marriage of Sir Gawain".
Martin Carthy also recorded a version, currently available on Shearwater and The Carthy Chronicles: A Journey Through the Folk Revival disk 4 'Child:Carthy'.
Alexander James Adams, at the time recording as Heather Alexander included "King Henry-Black Nag" on the 2003 album Festival Wind.
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