Add in a second encore of Yesterday, Mull of Kintyre (complete with a full pipe band) Golden Slumbers brought the action to a close.
What does GS stand for?
GS stands for Golden Slumbers (Beatles song)
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 113 other meanings of GS in our Acronym Attic
- Global Solution
- Global Sources
- Global Studies (education)
- Global Supplier
- Glucosamine Sulfate
- Glutamine Synthetase (enzyme)
- Godsmack (band)
- Gold Standard
- Gold, Silver
Samples in periodicals archive:
CALVERT Barbara Mary Golden slumbers kiss your eyes, Smiles awake you when you rise.
Cradle song (also known as Golden slumbers) by Thomas Dekker (1572 to 1632) and Brahms' lullaby by Johannes Brahms (1833 to 1897) are just two examples, including the words: Golden slumbers kiss your eyes/Smiles awake you when you rise.
And then the Abbey Road standards Come Together, Something and Golden Slumbers.
Golden Slumbers Oversized is a buzz word that's been in the air when it comes to furniture scale.
The former Genesis drummer and singer recorded Golden Slumbers for the star-studded In My Life, the album that ensures 73-year-old Sir George bows out with a flourish.
Phil Collins performs three tracks - Golden Slumbers," "Carry That Weight" and "In The End - that make up the "mini-suite" from the 1969 Abbey Road album.
Clapton, Collins and Knopfler waited for the applause to die before supporting Macca in his Golden Slumbers medley.