About "Jenny of Oldstones (GOT)" Song
"Jenny of Oldstones (GOT)" is an alternative rock song by rock, pop, neo soul, folk singer "Florence + The Machine".
This song's duration is (3:08 min) and available in digital mp3 download and streaming format on Apple Music/iTunes & Amazon Music.
The song Jenny of Oldstones (GOT) is written by Ramin Djawadi, George R. R. Martin, David Benioff & Dan Weiss, produced by Florence Welch & Doveman and was released in April 21, 2019.
Jenny of Oldstones was the spouse of Duncan Targaryen, beneficiary to the Iron royal position. As she was an ordinary person, his dad didn't acknowledge the match and requested that his child pick among her and the position of authority. Duncan picked Jenny. He acquired her to court King's Landing, where they lived 'till they all passed on at Summerhall.
Jenny professed to be slid from rulers of the First Men, who had administered in Westeros a huge number of years prior. These are the lords who are no more.
n GRR Martin's book A Storm of Swords, Arya meets the Ghost of High Heart, a woods witch who will tell individuals her prophetic dreams (which are exact) just on the off chance that they sing to her 'My Jenny's Song', which presumably alludes to Jenny of Oldstones – suggesting that the Ghost of Hight Heart knew Jenny great and was one of her mates.
Jenny was hitched to Prince Duncan Targaryen. He cherished her so much that he surrendered his case to the Iron Throne to wed her, and rejected his dad's requests to have the marriage be fixed.
Sovereign Duncan passed on amid the catastrophe at Summerhall, leaving Jenny to grieve for him.
With regards to the song, these dividers allude to those of the stronghold Oldstones, after which the song is named. This old manor – when one of the best on the planet – fell into ruin throughout the decades that it was administered by Andal warlords. At the time that the arrangement happens, just the establishment is as yet standing.
Those watching Game of Thrones can see how this picture identifies with one of the key minutes in the arrangement: in "The Dragon and the Wolf" (season 7, scene 7), a revived mythical serpent pulverized Eastwatch-by-the Sea. This separated the Wall, letting the military of the dead stroll through to attack the remainder of the mainland.