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From the album: For the Wolf, a Good Meal (2011) Live at El Lokal, Zürich, Switzerland, januari 22, 2012 Bass - Andreas Nordell Drums - Erik Nilsson.

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Album An Eye For An Eye. Green Eyes Lyrics. I lost you to them green eyes that you like And if only I could bottle up the chemicals that make you so damn beautiful to me And if only I could drink 'em like medicinal I wouldn't need this ethanol in me 'Cause I pull out all my eyelashes and make a million wishes Wishing I was her (not me).

Sylvia McNeill (born 5 August 1947, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England) is a British pop and rock singer and songwriter. She began her career singing and playing bass guitar with various groups and bands. She went abroad for several years, touring American bases on the continent. In addition to her own recordings, she sang on the track "Anne Boleyn/The Day Thou Gavest Lord Hath Ended" for keyboardist Rick Wakeman's 1973 album The Six Wives of Henry VIII. In 1971 she acted in Emil Dean Zoghby and Ray Pohlman's musical, Catch My Soul, at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London, England with Lance LeGault, Lon Satton, Sharon Gurney, and Malcolm Rennie in the cast.

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Complete your Sylvia McNeill collection. Reply Notify me Helpful. In 1969 she moved to London; since then she has appeared as a soloist in cabaret through the UK. As well as a bass player for Leapy Lee, she recorded as a solo vocalist from 1968 to 1975, including RCA, Bell, and United Artists labels and she recorded such titles as That's Alright By Me (composer Richard.


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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MAM 118 Sylvia McNeill Brown Eyes ‎(7", Single, Promo) MAM MAM 118 UK 1974
MAM 118 Sylvia McNeill Brown Eyes ‎(7", Single) MAM MAM 118 UK 1974
Sylvia McNeill - Brown Eyes FLAC album
Brown Eyes
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1221 mb
MP3 size:
1317 mb
WMA size:
1308 mb
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