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    Default Take a sovereign for your song

    Dear Teachers

    I am watching "The Tudors", there is a phrase "Take a sovereign for you song" (below). Please advise.

    Regards

    Anthony the learner


    Time - Phrase
    00:13:23 Tallis.


    00:13:25 Good voice.


    00:13:29 Take a sovereign for your song.


    00:13:32 Thank you,your majesty.


    00:13:45 Ah,boleyn.

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    Default Re: Take a sovereign for your song

    I would guess that the singer was paid one sovereign (old currency) to say thank you for singing.
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