ARE YOU GOING TO SCARBOROUGH FAIR? – Marilyn Armstrong

Thanks for the memories, Marilyn! Simon & Garfunkel are definitely one of my fav duets from when I was a kid. This song was sung a lot in my house.

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RDP# Tuesday prompt: Fair


From commenter named LARRY to whom I would give proper credit if only I knew who to credit!

Scarborough is a small town on the coast of England. The “Scarborough Fair” was a popular gathering in Medieval times, attracting traders and entertainers from all over the country. The fair lasted 45 days and started every August 15th. In the 1600s, mineral waters were found in Scarborough and it became a resort town. Today, Scarborough is a quiet town with a rich history. (thanks, Sheryl – Seal Rock, OR)
In Medieval England, this became a popular folk song as Bards would sing it when they traveled from town to town. The author of the song is unknown, and many different versions exist. The traditional version has many more lyrics.

Paul Simon learned about this song when he was on tour in England, where he heard a version…

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