"Forty Shades of Green" is a song about Ireland, written and first performed by American country singer Johnny Cash. Cash wrote the song in 1959 while on a ...
Green, green, forty shades of green. I close my eyes and picture. The emerald of the sea. From the fishing boats at Dingle To the shores of Donaghadee.
May 7, 2016 ... Okay, there is a lot of green here, but are there really forty (and exactly 40) shades of green in Ireland? When we think of Ireland, we think of the ...
Feb 15, 2006 ... Lyrics of FORTY SHADES OF GREEN by Daniel O'Donnell: Again I want to see and do, The things we've done and seen, Where the breeze is ...
The most enduring of Cash's Irish songs is "Forty Shades of Green", including the confession that "most of all I miss a girl in Tipperary town, and most of all I miss ...
The idea for Forty Shades of Green came to Johnny Cash at the Vee in Tipperary.
I close my eyes and picture the emerald of the sea from the fishin boats at Dingle to the shores at Dunehea I miss the River Shannon and the folks at Skibbereen
Forty Shades Of Green lyrics by Daniel O'Donnell: I close my eyes and picture / The emerald of the sea / From the fishing boats at Dingle.
This song was written and recorded by Johnny Cash and is about the different shades of Green in Ireland.