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Diamond Smiles" was the second single from The Boomtown Rats' album The Fine Art of Surfacing. It was the follow-up to their successful single "I Don't Like Mondays" and also peaked at Number 13 in the UK Charts.

Album The Fine Art of Surfacing. Diamond Smiles Lyrics. Traffic's wild tonight Diamond smiles her cocktail smile Tonight she's in heavy disquise She looks at her wrist to clock the passing time. Everybody tries It's Dale Carnegie gone wild But Barbara Cartland's child Long ago perfected the motionless glide. In the low voltage noise Diamond seems so sure and so poised She shimmers for the bright young boys And laugh's "Love is for others, but me it destroys". The girl in the cake Jumped out too soon by mistake Somebody said the whole thing's half baked And Diamond lifts her glass and says "cheers". She stands to the side There's no more to this than meets the eye Everybody drinks Martini dry And talks about clothes and the latest styles.

Band Name The Boomtown Rats. Album Name Diamond Smiles. Type EP. Erscheinungsdatum 1979. Labels Mercury Records Ensign Records. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. Anderen Alben von The Boomtown Rats. On a Night Like This.

Artist: The Boomtown Rats. Album: The fine art of surfacing(1979). Translations: Romanian. Traffic's wild tonight. Diamond smiles her cocktail smile. Tonight she’s in heavy disguise. She looks at her wrist to clock the passing time. The Boomtown Rats: Top 3. 1. I Don't Like Mondays. 3. Elephant's graveyard.

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The Boomtown Rats are an Irish rock band that had a series of Irish and UK hits between 1977 and 1985. The group is led by vocalist Bob Geldof. The other members of the original line-up were Garry Roberts (lead guitar), Johnnie Fingers (keyboards), Pete Briquette (bass), Gerry Cott (rhythm guitar) and Simon Crowe (drums). The Boomtown Rats broke up in 1986, but reformed in 2013, without Johnnie Fingers or Gerry Cott. It was the follow-up to their successful single "I Don't Like Mondays" and also peaked at Number 13 in the UK Charts Dealing with death, as had "I Don't Like Mondays", the song tells the story of a glamorous debutante ('Diamon.

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A Diamond Smiles
Composed By – Bob Geldof
3:35
B Late Last Night
Composed By – Bob Geldof
2:44

Credits

  • Producer – Robert John Lange

Notes

Fram the album: The Fine Art Of Surfacing

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ENY 33 The Boomtown Rats Diamond Smiles ‎(7", Single) Ensign ENY 33 UK 1979
LUNS 733 The Boomtown Rats Diamond Smiles ‎(7", Single) Mulligan LUNS 733 Ireland 1979
6008 553 The Boomtown Rats Diamond Smiles ‎(7", Single) Mercury 6008 553 Germany 1979
TOS 1238 The Boomtown Rats Diamond Smiles ‎(7", Single) Philips TOS 1238 Rhodesia 1979
6008 553 The Boomtown Rats Diamond Smiles = Diamond Sonríe ‎(7", Single) Mercury 6008 553 Spain 1979

Tracklist

A Diamonds Smiles 3:35
B Late Last Night 2:44

Notes

Version Austria Years 1979

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ENY 33 The Boomtown Rats Diamond Smiles ‎(7", Single) Ensign ENY 33 UK 1979
LUNS 733 The Boomtown Rats Diamond Smiles ‎(7", Single) Mulligan LUNS 733 Ireland 1979
6008 553 The Boomtown Rats Diamond Smiles ‎(7", Single) Mercury 6008 553 Germany 1979
TOS 1238 The Boomtown Rats Diamond Smiles ‎(7", Single) Philips TOS 1238 Rhodesia 1979
6008 553 The Boomtown Rats Diamond Smiles = Diamond Sonríe ‎(7", Single) Mercury 6008 553 Spain 1979


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