What the name of the song and interpreter that we listen to at the end credits of Alias Grace tv show episodes. It's sung with an Irish accent, from the story's characters, I suppose it's probably a traditional Irish song.

«(...)Beware, beware, if you're good and fair,

let no man steal your time...time,

let no man steal your time»

  • The lyrics pointed me to Carey Mulligan - Let No Man Steal Your Thyme, but I'm not sure, your question needs more details... – Bebs Oct 13 '17 at 8:54
  • It's an english traditional warning Song. I don't know whose version is this but there are many, the most famous being probably the one made by Pentangle in the 60s – Sergio Apr 9 '18 at 19:21

I've just found the answer, thanks to the comment by Bebs.

It's Anne Briggs's «Let No Man Steal Your Thyme». Here's that version on the first part of this video. It was the only video on youtube of this song with her voice that I could find.

  • Clearly not Anne Briggs....This sounds like a recent recording. Anne no longer records....also there seems to be no record of Anne recording this song.... – mickey Mar 30 '18 at 5:59
  • ....if this Anne (as many on the net suggest), where does the recording come from? Hopefully someone can shed light on this. The song was not found on any of her albums.... – mickey Mar 30 '18 at 6:10

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