Mickey Carton's Orchestra - Rights Of Man / Boys Of Blue Hill / Keel Row / Green Grow The Rushes O mp3 flac download
|Performer:||Mickey Carton's Orchestra|
|Title:||Rights Of Man / Boys Of Blue Hill / Keel Row / Green Grow The Rushes O|
|MP3 album size:||1155 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1958 mb|
|Digital formats:||MP2 RA MIDI MPC ASF DXD AA|
From the album Fables Of The Reconstruction
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Listen to Green Grow the Rushes O from Ewan MacColl's The Very Best of English Folk Songs for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The Very Best of English Folk Songs.
Green Grow the Rushes (1951) is a British comedy film and the first film to be released by ACT Films Ltd. The film was produced by John Gossage and funded by the National Film Finance Corporation and the Co-operative Wholesale Society Bank. Three British government bureaucrats arrive in Kent to inquire as to why the coastal Anderida marsh is not being cultivated
Title: Green Grow the Rushes O. Artist: Traditional English. Instrument: Flute Sheet Music. Oul nature swears her lovely dears Her noblest art she flies them Oh Her ‘prenticed hand she tried on man Ah but then she made the lasses oh. nocht-nothing canty-pleasant e’en-evening gang-go tapsalteerie-topsy turvy.
Two, two lily-white boys Clothed all in green, O One is one, and all alone, And ever more shall be so. 3. I'll sing you three, O Green grow the rushes, O What are your three, O? Three, three arrivals! Two, two lily-white boys Clothed all in green, O One is one, and all alone, And ever more shall be so. 4. I'll sing you four, O Green grow the rushes, O What are your four, O? Four for the gospel-makers, Three, three arrivals! Two, two lily-white boys Clothed all in green, O One is one, and all alone, And ever more shall be so. 5. I'll sing you five, O Green grow the rushes, O What. These are the 6 men with drawn swords who accompanied the man with the writer's inkhorn 5 symbols at your door - I have heard an explanation, but unfortunately I cannot remember it. It deals with mediaeval symbolism. 4 Gospel makers - easy 3 rivals (of God) - See Revelations again.
Green Grow the Rushes, O (alternatively "Ho" or "Oh") (also known as "The Twelve Prophets", "The Carol of the Twelve Numbers", "The Teaching Song", "The Dilly Song", or "The Ten Commandments"), is an English folk song (Roud popular across the English-speaking world. It is sometimes sung as a Christmas carol. The song is not to be confused with Robert Burns's similarly titled "Green Grow the Rashes" nor with the Altan song of the same name
The Primrose Lass/The Keel Row/Green Grow The Rushes. Celtic World Show 112. Jealousy (You Better Keep Your Distance). Casadh Cam Na Feardarnaighe. The Green Gates/The Pinch Of Snuff. The Mooncoin Jig/The High Reel/The Plover& Wing.
Green Grow the Rushes, O (Traditional melody). About 'Green Grow the Rushes, O'. Artist: Traditional Melody. The Artist: Traditional Music of unknown author.
|A1||Rights Of Man / Boys Of Blue Hill|
|B1||Keel Row / Green Grow The Rushes O|
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