Naked Eyes are a British new wave band that rose to prominence in the early 1980s. The band had four US top 40 singles, but had little commercial success in their homeland. Their first hit, "Always Something There to Remind Me", was a cover of the Burt Bacharach/Hal David standard. The band had subsequent hits with their own compositions, "Promises, Promises", "When the Lights Go Out", and "(What) In the Name of Love" in the United States.
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This studio album has never really been released by itself officially on CD (released outside North America as "Burning Bridges" with more tracks and different artwork), even though CDs were starting to be made in Japan and (then West) Germany, so obviously another fan took the liberty to make this page. Most of the tracks are on the "Promise, Promises" compilation. Before I had that, I had the original Columbia House tape on EMI America, and I just got the LP. "Could Be" was left off the CD due to lack of space . I finaly found the good greatest hits (promises promises, the best of naked eyes) and love it. If you would like anything close to the original ablum go out and try to find the promises promises best of disc. One person found this helpful.
Album: Promises, Promises: The Very Best of Naked Eyes, 2011.
Through the eyes of a child You see what you believe. I remember all the things you hated All the two-faced lies The people that smiled and cheated Looking back on your life You're looking through. You're looking through the eyes of a child You see what you believe. Through the eyes of a child You see what you believe. Through the eyes of a child. Tears in your eyes as you think of the lives you've forgotten You've lost them Full of surprise with your wide open eyes, looking lost. Burning bridges as you pass You find yourself alone at last All your enemies are conquered Is your life the one you wanted? Burning bridges as you pass You find yourself alone at last All your enemies are conquered Is your life the one you wanted?
Album Fuel for the Fire. What) In The Name Of Love Lyrics. As I watch you close the door With nothing to say I remember us before Love slipped away. A year later, it was included on the band’s sophomore album and released as its lead single. It peaked at in the US. It was also the last single that the band released. (What) In The Name Of Love" Track Info. Fuel for the Fire Naked Eyes. 1. (What) In The Name Of Love. 8. Me I See In You. 9. Flying Solo.
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Naked Eyes The Best of Naked Eyes Back to Back Hits Naked Eyes Video 45 Fumbling with the Covers. Naked Eyes – Promises, Promises. Arm in arm we laughed like kids At all the silly things we did You can't finish what you start If this is love it breaks my heart. You made me promises promises You knew you'd never keep Promises promises Why do I believe All of your promises You knew you'd never keep Promises promises Why do I believe. Promises Promises Promises Promises Promises.
|1||Always Something There To Remind Me
Written-By – Burt Bacharach, Hal David*
|2||Emotion In Motion||4:42|
|3||Voices In My Head||3:47|
|5||Flag Of Convenience||3:53|
|6||Eyes Of A Child||3:34|
|7||In The Name Of Love||4:34|
|10||No Flowers Please||3:59|
|12||I Could Show You How||3:28|
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