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Definition funny of Greensleeves:
Somebody who is trying to work the highways for a ride. A hitchhiker.
"I can't work the main highways because of the greensleeves, I just don't trust them."
Songs about Greensleeves:
What Child Is This (Greensleeves) by Tony Elman from the Album Winter Creek
What Child Is This (Greensleeves) by Pete Elman, Mike Marshall, Todd Phillps, Pete Grant, Jon Eriksen, Barry Phillips and Arlekin String Quartet Tony Elman from the Album Acorn Music Presents - A Winter Collection
Greensleeves by Rosalind McAllister from the Album Celtic Ladies
Greensleeves by Olivia Newton-John from the Album Come On Over
Greensleeves/ Silent Night/ Seven Joys of Mary by Gaelic Irish Song Masters from the Album Celtic Christmas Meditation: Christmas Songs for a Relaxing Holiday
Greensleeves by The Kings Singers from the Album Folk Songs Of The British Isles
Greensleeves by Piano Love Songs from the Album Piano Love Songs: Classic Easy Listening Instrumental Piano Music
Books about Greensleeves:
Greensleeves by schaum John W (1959)
Greensleeves (A Modern Fairy-tale Romance) by Jeff Vandermeer (Sep 13, 2011)
Greensleeves by Eloise Jarvis McGraw (Jun 1968)
Greensleeves by Traditional (Apr 25, 2013)
Greensleeves by Francis Cutting and Joseph Castle (Apr 25, 2013)
Greensleeves by Marticia Burns McKinney (Apr 15, 2001)
Greensleeves (an historical novel of the First Irish Diaspora) by Lindianne Sarno (2006)
Movies about Greensleeves:
The Persuaders Series : 13 Episodes on 4 Dvd's : Over 11 Hours - Overture , the Gold Napoleon , Take Seven , Greensleeves... -
Brothers5 - Kono Machi De / Ureshiina / Lady Greensleeves UFBW-1359 Unrated -
Reilly Ace of Spies : Complete Uncut Edition Mini Series Over 10 Hours , the Persuaders Series : 13 Episodes on... -
See Like Me Play Like A Pro Violin Instructional Series - Greensleeves -
Wiki information Greensleeves:
"Greensleeves" is a traditional English folk song and tune, over a ground either of the form called a romanesca or of its slight variant, the passamezzo antico. The romanesca originated in Spain and is composed of a sequence of four chords with a...