Eyes of a Stranger is an album released by the R&B band The Deele in 1987. The third album released by the Deele, it became the band's most commercially successful album, on the strength of what is perhaps the group's best-known hit, the R&B top 5 and pop top ten single, "Two Occasions," along with the R&B top ten follow-up, "Shoot 'Em Up Movies. It was shortly after the release of this album that primary group songwriters Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds and . Reid left the band to pursue production work.
Title: Eyes of a Stranger (1981). Director: Romano Scavolini. Next . He Knows You're Alone (1980).
Eyes Of A Stranger by Queensryche tab with free online tab player. One accurate version. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal. You'll need a Plus subscription and a desktop browser to print this page. eBGDAE1 104204423404500.
Eyes Of A Stranger is found on the album. Found on more albums: Operation: Mindcrime. Queensrÿche – Eyes Of A Stranger. And I raise my head and stare Into the eyes of a stranger I've always known that the mirror never lies People always turn away From the eyes of a stranger Afraid to know what Lies behind the stare
Eyes of a Stranger Lyrics. Dr. David, telephone please. David Dr. Blair, Dr. J. Hamilton, Dr. J Hamilton. All alone now Except for the memories Of what we had, and what we knew Every time I try to leave it behind me I see something that reminds me of you Every night the dreams return to haunt me Your rosary wrapped around your throat I lie awake and sweat, afraid to fall asleep I see your face looking back. Eyes of a Stranger is a song by progressive metal band Queensrÿche appearing on their 1988 album Operation: Mindcrime. It is the last song on Operation Mindcrime, summarizing the story in the album.
|A||Eyes Of A Stranger ( Mystery Mix )||5:51|
|B1||Eyes Of A Stranger ( Instrumental )||4:04|
- Producer – Greg Walsh
NotesADVANCE DJ COPY ONLY
Issued in a generic company sleeve
|BRAND 2||Brandon Cooke||Eyes Of A Stranger (7")||Mercury||BRAND 2||UK||1986|
|BRAND 222||Brandon Cooke||Eyes Of A Stranger (12")||Mercury||BRAND 222||UK||1986|