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This message was spoken by Ginevra Weasley to a dwarf during Valentine's Day in order to let him give the message to Harry Potter. Harry however was not fond of this and tried to run away from the dwarf, until he tripped and fell in a hallway and the dwarf began to sing, which led all students in the hall laugh. Draco Malfoy seemed to know the poem was from Ginny, and made a scathing remark aloud against her, which led Ginny to embarrassingly run away.
Behind the scenes
- Despite the general belief that it was Ginny who sent it, and not Myrtle, as she could not write, a fan asked J. K. Rowling if it was actually Ginny who sent the valentine. Rowling confirmed so, as well as noting it a "Ginny Weasley thing" and not a "Tom Riddle thing", as Ginny was possessed by the Horcrux in Tom Riddle's diary at the time.
- Despite the fact that this song doesn't appear to have a canon melody, it does. It can be found in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (PlayStation) version of the video game only.
- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (First appearance)
- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (video game)
Notes and references
- ↑ Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - Chapter 13 (The Very Secret Diary)
- ↑ The Leaky Cauldron and Mugglenet interview Joanne Kathleen Rowling, available via Accio Quote!