Eternal Flame' comes off The Bangles' third album, "Everything", released in 1988. A year later, the band released the song as a single, and it hit on the charts in nine different countries. Eternal Flame' was their second on the Billboard Hot 100, after 'Walk Like An Egyptian' - the success of 'Eternal Flame' made The Bangles the third all-female group to land multiple in the . The Bangles member Susanna Hoffs wrote the song with Billy Steinberg and Tom Kelly. Am I only dreaming Or is this burning an eternal flame? Say my name Sun shines through the rain A whole life so lonely And then come and ease the pain I don't want to lose this feeling, oh Say my name Sun shines through the rain A whole life so lonely And then come and ease the pain I don't want to lose this feeling, oh Close your eyes, give me. your hand Do you feel my heart beating Do you understand?
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Album Name Eternal Flame. Data de lançamento 1989. Estilo de MúsicaPop Rock. Membros têm este álbum5. Other productions from Bangles. the Bangles ! Sweethearts of the Sun.
3. If She Knew What She Wants. 4. Walk Like an Egyptian. Diğer The Bangles Eserleri. Tümünü Gör. Super Hits.
Eternal Flame" is a song recorded by American pop rock group the Bangles for their 1988 album Everything, being written by group member Susanna Hoffs with the established hit songwriting team of Billy Steinberg and Tom Kelly: upon its 1989 single release, "Eternal Flame" became a number one hit in nine countries, including Australia, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
James (Album Version). Eternal Flame: The Best Of. 02:34. Writer: Vicki Peterson, Composers: Vicki Peterson. Writer: Susanna Hoffs - Vicki Peterson, Composers: Susanna Hoffs - Vicki Peterson.
The Bangles - Eternal Flame (Instrumental).
The Bangles re-released this on the album Eternal Flame (release date June 30, 1998), and then in 2001 on Eternal Flame: The Best of the Bangles. The Bangles officially reformed in the summer of 2000, announcing tour dates and plans for a new studio album. In 2001 Atomic Kitten covered this, taking the song back to top of the UK chart.