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  1. Gonris
    SPANISH EYES is a song written by Bruce Springsteen and released on his album The Promise. The above lyrics are for Bruce Springsteen's official studio version of SPANISH EYES as released in SPANISH EYES shares some of its lyrics with I'M ON FIRE.
  2. Vulkis
    What does the name Springsteen mean? Find out below. Bruce Springsteen is a rock music, heartland rock, folk rock, roots rock, and jersey shore sound musician. He plays Fender Esquire, Fender Telecaster, Takamine guitars, and Hohner. He was most active from to present. Bruce was given the name Bruce Frederick Joseph Springsteen on.
  3. Dairg
    Sep 01,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Do I Have To Say His Name? on Discogs/5(13).
  4. Duramar
    Sep 01,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Bruce Springsteen - Do I Have To Say His Name? at Discogs. Complete your Bruce Springsteen collection/5(13).
  5. Bataxe
    Bruce Springsteen "Spanish Eyes": They can't say we didn't try And I fell for your Spanish eyes Saturday night special Waitin' in the sheets Let me try to turn the lies And let me kiss your spanish eyes Let me kiss your spanish eyes Let me kiss your spanish eyes Let me kiss your spanish eyes Come here, baby Submit Corrections.
  6. Zumi
    Bruce Springsteen - Spanish Eyes Lyrics. Hey, little girl, is your daddy home? Did he go away and leave you all alone? Baby, I been watching you for a long, long time Come close, w.
  7. Keramar
    Jun 22,  · Here, in "Spanish Eyes", a cut from 's The Promise, we see very familiar lyrics in a completely unfamiliar setting. In Pitchfork's review of the album, they state, "The Promise ultimately confirms that Springsteen is a brilliant editor of his own material." Listening to this song, I .
  8. Voodoobar
    DO I HAVE TO SAY HIS NAME? - Devil Record Picture disc (LP) Notes: Aka 'The Jersey devil hits again'. Titled labels, MUSE photo cover. Originals on black vinyl, but also issued in a rare limited edition in light red vinyl, or also in blue vinyl. Which one comes first is hard to say. The red (or blue) edition was cover-laminated, the black was.

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