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This song is by Naked Eyes and appears…. Pete Byrne and Rob Fisher. Lyrics licensed by LyricFind.

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Updated: October 3, pm. I still get up in the morning, make coffee, fiddle around on the guitar and scribble down some nonsense. And I eventually look back and say, there might be something there. But the song enjoyed its biggest chart success in the U.

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Naked Eyes was a synth pop duo which formed in in Bath, England. They consisted of Pete Byrne vocals and Rob Fisher keyboards. The band split in

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The song went on to become a top hit in the US that October, peaking at number 11 on the Billboard Hot singles chart. Although Bacharach and David had also written a song titled "Promises, Promises" for the musical of the same namethe Naked Eyes song was an original song written by the band members, Pete Byrne and Rob Fisher. Madonna performs background vocals on the Jellybean 7" and 12" mixes of the song.

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Robin Hilton. What was the worst decade for popular music? This is a question I've argued with friends and coworkers over for years. Some say the '70s, if only for disco; others say it's the current decade with its monotone noise trash.

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