- Lily of the Valley (disambiguation)
Lily of the Valleyis a flowering plant.
Lily of the Valley may also refer to:
* "Lily of the Valley" (novel), an French novel
* "Lily of the Valley" (song), a 1974
progressive rocksong by Queen.
The Lily Of The Valley", the well-known hymn.
Lilies of the Valley
Lily of Da Valley"
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