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Anniversary Concert: George Ezra censors the lyrics of “Green Green Grass” about dying during celebrations of the Queen’s Reign

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George Ezra censored his own lyrics about dying during his performance at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Concert.

The musician performed his hit song “Green Green Grass” at the event, which took place outside Buckingham Palace on Saturday (June 4).

However, his fans noticed that the singer left out the lyrics in which he sings: “Green green grass, blue blue sky / You better throw a party on the day that I die.”

It is not known if he chose to omit the lyrics themselves or if he was asked to do so. The Independent has reached out to Ezra for comment.

The concert was held in honor of the 96-year-old Queen’s 70th anniversary of accession to the throne and was just one of several events taking place over a four-day period.

Many reacted to Ezra’s decision to censor the lyrics on social media.

Follow all live updates from the anniversary concert here.

The ceremony got off to a heartwarming start as the Queen showed off her amazing skills for a ‘cute’ skit opposite Ben Whishaw’s Paddington Bear.

Meanwhile, comedian Lee Mack ad-libbed a joke about Boris Johnson and the Partygate scandal while introducing DJ Jax Jones – in front of the Prime Minister himself.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/jubilee-concert-george-ezra-queen-b2094104.html Anniversary Concert: George Ezra censors the lyrics of “Green Green Grass” about dying during celebrations of the Queen’s Reign

JOE HERNANDEZ

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