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A Cask of Ale
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
This drinking song was a favorite of King Robert I

A Rose of Gold
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Sung by Hamish the Harper at the wedding of King Joffrey I and Margaery Tyrell

Alysanne
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
This sad song is sung during the Red Wedding

Battle of the Blackwater
performed by Galyeon of Cuy

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Sung at the wedding of King Joffrey I Baratheon and Lady Margaery Tyrell.

Fifty-Four Tuns
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
A favorite drinking song of King Robert I

Flowers of Spring
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Played by the musicians at the wedding of Lord Edmure Tully and Roslin Frey

Iron Lances
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Sung at the Red Wedding

Jenny of Oldstones - Jenny's Song
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
The ghost of High Heart requests this song, and Tom of Sevenstreams sings it

Let Me Drink Your Beauty
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Tom of Sevenstreams would sing this love song to woo women

Lord Renly's Ride
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and

Maiden, Mother, and Crone
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Sung by Hamish the Harper at the wedding of King Joffrey I and Margaery Tyrell

My Featherbed
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Sung by Tom of Sevenstreams at Acorn Hall

My Lady Wife
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Sung by Hamish the Harper

Off to Gulltown
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Tom of Sevenstreams is singing this song when they encounter Arya, Hot Pie, and Gendry in the Riverlands

Rat Cook
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Bran Stark remembers the tale of the Rat Cook that Old Nan told him about

Six Maids in a Pool
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Jaime starts singing this song as his group passes through Maidenpool, but Brienne tells him to be quiet. Tom Sevensprings sings it at the Peach.

The Bear and the Maiden Fair
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Tom Sevenstreams and Hot Pie sing it on the way to the inn. Grenn suggests that Samwell sing this song while they march. Butterbumps sings it during Sansa's dinnger with Margaery. Greatjon Umber sings it at the Red Wedding. Barristan Selmy mentions that King Baratheon only sings when he is drunk, and this is likely one of the songs he would sing.

The Dance of the Dragons
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Sung by Collio Quaynis in High Valyrian at the wedding of Joffrey I Baratheon and Margaery Tyrell.

The Dornishman's Wife
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and

The False and the Fair
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Sung by Marillion when Lysa tries to throw Sansa out of the moon door

The King Without Courage
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Tom of Sevenstreams tells of a time when he had to sing two songs to get through the Bloody Gate

The Last of the Giants
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and

The Lusty Lad
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Sung by Jon Umber at the Red Wedding

The Mother's Tears
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Sung by Tom of Sevenstreams in the Riverlands

The Name Day Boy
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Tom of Sevenstreams tells of a time when he had to sing two songs to get through the Bloody Gate

The Rains of Castamere
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Played during the Red Wedding to signal the start of the slaughter. It is also played at the wedding of King Joffrey and Queen Tyrell.

The Seasons of My Love
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Marillion sings this song at the wedding of Littlefinger and Lysa Arryn

The Song of the Seven
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Lullaby

Two Hearts That Beat as One
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Tom Sevenstreams plays this song at the Peach. It is also played after the marriage of Littlefinger and Lysa Arryn.

When Willum's Wife Was Wet
performed by Traditional

This Song is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Tom Sevenstreams plays this song in the Riverlands

It refers to these books...

Lives of Four Kings
written by

This Book is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Tyrion gives this book to King Joffrey as a wedding present

The Book of Brothers (The White Book)
written by

This Book is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
Jaime Lannister notices that Ser Barristan Selmy updated the book before fleeing King's Landing. Jaime later updates his own entry in the book after losing his hand.

The Conquest of Dorne
written by

This Book is referred to by A Storm of Swords written by George R. R. Martin part of A Song of Ice and
This book is a favorite of Devan Seaworth

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