Origin of beguine
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Origin of Beguine
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The first song I remember thinking “that is incredible” about was a song called “Begin the Beguine.”
I was transported into this place where the Beguine was happening, whatever that was.
It is pleasant to look at the smiling, cheerful old Beguine, and think no more of yonder livid face.Little Travels and Roadside Sketches|William Makepeace Thackeray
Then, to make matters worse, there came that sad Affair of the Beguine.
This, by some mischief-making Persons, was held to be highly compromising to the Fair Beguine.
On the third day she rendered her, with her own hands, every service for which she had formerly needed a Beguine's aid.
Meanwhile it had grown dark, and the Beguine Paulina brought in a two-branched candelabrum with burning candles.