“I only sing the songs that better men have made.”
MANCE RAYDER — JON I, A STORM OF SWORDS
So I think I made a compelling case for Jenny’s song actually being the prophetic ‘song of ice and fire’.
However that was more of building block than a capstone in my exploration of these ideas. This essay, the spiritual successor to that one, articulates the following:
There are many singers in contemporary Westeros that know Jenny’s song.
A close examination of these singers and their manifestations of the song gives us a fuller picture of the song’s nature, themes and content.
A number of careful observations seemingly allow the inference of a second verse from the song.
This possible verse suggests something profound was planned at Winterfell.
Something involving Mance.