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Grapefruit - Lady Godiva (Come Home) (Vinyl)


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  9. Sep 23,  · Lady Godiva statue at Broadgate, Coventry in October (Cmglee/ CC BY SA ) So, if she did take her naked ride, there are some who say that it would have been more likely to have taken place as a form of religious penance (remember she was a rather devout religious woman), probably not to try to lower peasants’ taxes.