DESCRIPTION: About a heavenly wedding: "There's a wedding in an orchard, dear, I know it by the flowers, They're wreathed on ev'ry bough and branch, Or falling down in showers." "And though I saw... no groom nor gentle bride, I know that holy things were asked"
AUTHOR: Words: Mary E. Dodge / Music: "The Wearing of the Green"
EARLIEST DATE: 1884
KEYWORDS: wedding nonballad supernatural
FOUND IN: US(MA)
REFERENCES (1 citation):
FSCatskills 85, "Blossom Time" (1 text, 1 tune)
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