Aesop's fable of "The Swan and the Goose" incorporates the swan song legend as saving its life when it was caught by mistake instead of the goose but was recognized by its song.
There is a subsequent reference in Aeschylus' Agamemnon (verses 1444–5) from 458 BC.
And of course, couldn't pass up the opportunity to have Sheeran do what he does best.
Before we even see the crooner, his voice carries through the woods.
finally premiered its most high-profile (and head-scratching) celebrity cameo to date in its Season 7 premiere on Sunday night.
The series had Ed Sheeran, clad in armor, bonding with Arya Stark around a fire in the forest.
Even David Beckham had something to say, sharing a screengrab of his pal on social media and simply writing: 'Yes Ed' across the top of the picture.How will the story stack up against the greatest films about business?Europe has been a place of battles and political intrigue for centuries.This belief, whose basis in actuality is long-debated, had become proverbial in ancient Greece by the 3rd century BC, and was reiterated many times in later Western poetry and art.In Greek mythology, the swan was a bird consecrated to Apollo, and it was therefore considered a symbol of harmony and beauty and its limited capabilities as a singer were sublimated to those of songbirds.