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  1. Album. Burning Bridges Naked Eyes. Released A Very Hard Act To Follow Lyrics. 4. Always Something There to Remind Me Lyrics. K 5. Fortune And Fame.
  2. The synth duo's debut and finest moment was released in the U.K. as Burning Bridges a month before it was offered to U.S. audiences in a slightly edited and rearranged form. The key tracks (namely the hits) are shared by both, but both versions have been made redundant by the Very Best of collection, which collects all but one track, "Could Be.".
  3. Like a lot of others I had the prepackaged version of this CD simple titled Naked Eyes. It's similar to Burning Bridges, but doesn't have the tracks "A Very Hard Act To Follow", and "The Time Is Now". Why EMI chose to remove those tracks and rename the album is anybodies guess. The self-titled Naked Eyes album is one of my favorites of all time/5(49).
  4. Burning Bridges is the debut studio album by English new wave band Naked Eyes, released on 16 March by EMI and EMI America rocolnepenmanfmukwarsfireveluca.xyzinfo album was released in the United States and Canada as Naked Eyes with two tracks demoted to B-sides. The track "Always Something There to Remind Me" was released as a single and reached No. 59 on the UK Singles Chart and US Top 10 in July
  5. Naked Eyes Lyrics "A Very Hard Act To Follow" She said that the part is over A very hard act to follow She is, she is Submit Corrections. Writer(s): Peter Byrne, Rob Fisher. AZLyrics. N. Naked Eyes Lyrics. album: "Burning Bridges" () Voices In My Head. I Could Show You How. A Very Hard Act To Follow. Always Something There To Remind Me.
  6. A Very Hard Act To Follow Lyrics: She said that the part is over / In the morning she comes to Dover / She always been a loner / Nobody ever known her / Are those mysterious eyes / That you try.
  7. Burning Bridges Naked Eyes Alternative ; Listen on TIME; 1 Voices in My Head 2 I Could Show You How 3 A Very Hard Act to Follow 4 Always Something There to Remind Me 5 Fortune and Fame 6 Promises, Promises: The Very Best of Naked Eyes Best Of Fumbling With the Covers
  8. Like a lot of others I had the prepackaged version of this CD simple titled Naked Eyes. It's similar to Burning Bridges, but doesn't have the tracks "A Very Hard Act To Follow", and "The Time Is Now". Why EMI chose to remove those tracks and rename the album is anybodies guess. The self-titled Naked Eyes album is one of my favorites of all time/5(48).
  9. "Promises, Promises" was the second hit single for the British new wave group Naked Eyes in The song went on to become a top hit in the US that October, peaking at number 11 on the Billboard Hot singles chart. It was their follow up to their earlier hit "Always Something There to Remind Me" by Burt Bacharach and Hal David, which was a top-ten hit in the U.S. in mid

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