The Rolling Stones: Lady Jane Meaning
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Song Released: 1966
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Lady Jane Lyrics
Your servant am I and will humbly remain
Just hear this plea my love
On bended knees my love
I pledge myself to Lady Jane
My dear Lady Anne I've done what I can
I must take my leave for promised I...
anonymous Mar 8th, 3:15am report
Obvious reference to Henry VIII(8th) MC Prat par excellence who killed 3 of his 6 wives, traumatised the others all because of his bloody sexist obsession for a male heir. In historical fact his daughter Elizabeth was a far better monarch - ruled for 45 years and made a small island into a great land.
Marie was probably one of many desperate attempts to get the longed for son.
Erin Deppeler from Bairnsdale
anonymous Aug 19th, 2017 8:29am report
I feel that this excellent song is about the love of a woman that a man pledges himself despite the affections of other possible suitors or lovers. It is a heartfelt romantic song that kind of harks back to the days of knights and fair maidens. This is what makes great music so enjoyable as it takes you away....
anonymous Oct 3rd, 2011 10:58am report
The song is about a play performed in a local night club called "Shoot-Out at Sadie's Saloon"
Jane is the name of the woman who plays "Sadie" She has a couple of hundred Qs and is the leading lady of the show.
Marry Ann plays "Hazel Hoochehater" a temperance woman during prohibition days.
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