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Lady Grey and Guilford Dudley to the towers you did go
Having covet the crown, that only brought you woe
Had you not of listened to excepting that crown
You'd not of sat with heavy hearts and frowns
For the populace found your appointment disgracing
And the chopping block you where soon facing
To Beauchamp Towers 'tis there Dudley sat to wait
To Tower Green the Lady Grey awaited her fate
Surely your nerves were greatly taxed
While the executioner sat grinding his axe
Far up in the towers was to lost souls
Knowing soon.. their lovely heads would roll
'Tis said to this day.. your spirits haunt the towers
Dudley's heard weeping in the early morning hours
And yours my Lady is often seen walking around
From Tower Green to Salt Tower high above the ground

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