Douce dame jolie is one of those super-mega medieval hits. It gets recorded a lot. And now it's in English!
Master Efenwealt Wystle has it on his latest release, Songs from the Sock Drawer. The liner notes say that the transliteration is by Anne Lister, who may be this folk singer. The song is available for download (just 99 cents!) at Master Efenwealt's MySpace page. (Scroll down til you see the black box in the right column.)
I don't see the transliteration available on the Internet anywhere, and I'm not going to transcribe it from the CD. It's worth your 99 cents to learn a singable version. But if you want to hear the tune, we can go to YouTube and find:
A very slow and lyric version with spiffy harping.
This unaccompanied one picks up the pace.
Hey, an English version. I haven't listened to the Lister/Wystle version enough to know if this is the same translation or not!