"'Ere thrice the sun done salutation to the dawn"
Anybody who knows where this line comes from? The Smith's have used it in one of their songs and I would like to know where they got it from.
See the other forum answer - Richard III.
And it basically means 'before three days from now'......
I've always been curious about this. I searched Richard III and the closest I could find was this: "Ratcliff, my lord; 'tis I. The early village-cock Hath twice done salutation to the morn;"
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/21/2008 04:42PM by JHS.