Underground Ballon Corps. Heart) Made Of Soul, Grass In Grenner (7", Single). Scope Records (2), Scope Records (2). XX1, XX2. US. 1967.
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The Grass Is Greener is an album by Colosseum, released in January 1970. In contrast to other albums by Colosseum, The Grass Is Greener was released only in the United States and Canada, on the Dunhill label, distributed by ABC. It was conceived as a North American alternative to November 1969's Valentyne Suite, complete with a muted, blue-green variation of the aforementioned album's cover.
Green, Green Grass of Home (グリーン・グリーン・グラス・オブ・ホーム Gurīn Gurīn Gurasu Obu Hōmu) is the Stand of the Green Baby, featured in Stone Ocean. The Stand resembles a humanoid in a dark, tribal bodysuit with a mask with four eyes. It has two turbine-like constructions mounted on the sides of its head. Long spikes sprout from the top of its head.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "The Grass Is Greener" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. 4. Peaches Are Better Down the Road. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "The Grass Is Greener Album. Missing lyrics by Grassella Oliphant? Know any other songs by Grassella Oliphant?
The grass was greener The light was brighter The taste was sweeter The nights of wonder With friends surrounded The dawn mist glowing The water flowing The endless river For ever and ever. This song is about nostalgia, regret, and the end of things, as time runs its course. It is the final song of Pink Floyd’s penultimate album. It stood for 20 years as the band’s swan song (until Gilmour and Mason reunited to work on a final homage to the late Richard Wright) and sounds like it, as there are many references, both in music and lyrics, to previous Pink Floyd Songs, and ends with a recording of then Pink Floyd producer Steve O'Rourke, while Astronomy Domine, the. first track of Pink Floyd’s debut album, opened with a recording of then Pink Floyd producer Peter Jenner.