I Know What You Want
Admit it. You keep coming back here wanting to know where those songs are about blue and green eyes. It's either that or you want yet another spa, nail parlor, or branch bank - sorry, I can't help you with those, but everyone else in the world seems to think these are needed and necessary. I'm going to stick to my original thought and go back to great songs about eye color.
Here are some great blue-eyed songs. Do you like blue eyes? I can dig them sometimes, but the best color will be revealed below. For blue eyes, we first have the Who with, what else, "Behind Blue Eyes." Here 'tis:
Let's not forget about CSN's classic, "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes" about Judy Collins. Great harmonies on this one, which explains why they had to get Neil Young out of the band before they could record this one.
Elton John also did a song called "Blue Eyes." I was never a huge EJ fan, but they tell me this song is good. They are probably wrong. Nonetheless, it's here and is not going away.
One last blue-eyed song: Willie Nelson's classic, "Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain." This one is great, and I don't need them to tell me that.
Enough! Enough of this blue-eyed stuff. How about green eyes? If you're old enough, you'll remember the band Sugarloaf. And Sugarloaf had one great song: "Green Eyed Lady." It was a good one to listen to late at night during high school years. Think about that while grooving to it one more time. And get a drink (or get rid of one) before you hit play below because this version goes for more than 7 minutes. Dig it!
Now, I told you above that I would reveal the most gorgeous eye color of all, and here it is: hazel. What color are my eyes? Well, hazel! What a shock, huh? Hazel eyes have depth, feeling, and can give that funny twinkle that everyone wishes they had. So what song is about hazel eyes? Oh man, The Darkness's "Girl With The Hazel Eyes." This song rocks it hard, so have fun and enjoy this one.
Friends, that's enough songs about eye color. But there are tons of other songs about eyes in general. And BRP will be back to revisit the eye subject one more time to cover that fertile ground.
This week, it's back to the concert scene. Keep coming back so that you can be sure to catch my review and pictures of the first band of 2017. Trust me, you'll be happy you did because they are terrific.
Have a good one, and thanks for coming back often to BRP. See you later, cool kids.
Leave a Reply.
My name is Bill, and I live in the greater Philadelphia area. I love music, and I have a lot of opinions. This site is primarily focused on music, but sometimes I get off track. I hope you enjoy.