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Michèle, thank you so much for taking the time to explain the significance of Scarborough! I love that song, but never gave thought to the meaning behind it. You are thoughtful and wise! Zsuzsi P.S. Now I will carefully study the words. Because of you, the song will mean so much more to me!
It is the Scarborough of Simon and Garfunkel; the song is a traditional English ballad . During the late Middle Ages the seaside town of Scarborough, in Yorkshire, was an important venue for tradesmen from all over England. It was host to a huge 45-day trading event starting on 15 August, which was exceptionally long for a fair in those times.
Michèle, you are very welcome. I am so glad you like this! Zsuzsi
How nice ! Thank you.Michèle