Green Tambourine This song is by The Lemon Pipers and appears on the album. Green Tambourine. Green Tambourine is a song about busking, written and composed by Paul. Leka (who also produced it) and Shelly Pinz. It was the biggest hit by the 1960s Ohio-based rock group The Lemon Pipers. External linksedit. Lyrics of this song Lemon Pipers - Green Tambourine on (1968 television performance). Reflections of the music that is mine. When you toss a coin, you'll hear it sing. Now listen while I play My green tambourine Drop a dime before I walk away. Any song you want, I'll gladly play. Money feeds my music machine Now listen while I play My green tambourine. Listen and I'll play Written by: Paul Leka / Shelly Pinz. Green Tambourine This song is by The Lemon Pipers and appears on the album. Green Tambourine (1968) and on the compilation Spirit of the 60's (1999). This song has been covered by.
Wikipedia has an article on. Green Tambourine Drop your silver in my tambourine. Help a poor man fill a pretty dream. Give me pennies, I'll take anything. Now listen while I play My green tambourine Watch the jingle jangle start to shine.