Born Free is the twentieth studio album by American pop singer Andy Williams and was released on April 10, 1967, by Columbia Records and includes half a dozen songs associated with movies or musicals. Two of these tracks, however, originated in the scores of the films indicated on the album jacket but had lyrics added later: the melody for "Strangers in the Night" was written for A Man Could Get Killed, and "Somewhere My Love" began as "Lara's Theme" from Doctor Zhivago.
About Spanish Eyes lyrics. Album Born Free (1967). Arranged By. Eddie Karam, J. Hill. Songwriters: Carlos Villalobos, Garry Applebaum.
Intro: G D7 G G Blue spanish eyes D7 Teardrops are falling from your Spanish eyes Please, please don't cry G This is just adios and not goodbye Soon I'll return G7 C Bringing you all the love your heart can hold Cm G Please say "Si, si" D7 G Say you and your spanish eyes will. wait for me Interlude: ( G D7 G G7 C Cm G D7 G ) G7 Soon I'll return G7 C Bringing you all the love your heart can hold Cm G Please say "Si, si" D7 G Say you and your spanish eyes will wait for me D7 G Say you and your spanish eyes will.
First box set of Andy Williams includes seven original albums released from 1965 to 1971 plus a bonus disc Andy Williams Live in Japan, featuring the concerts held at Osaka Festival Hall on May 15 & 16,1973. Features re-mastering and cardboard sleeve faithfully replicating it’s US LP jacket design. Born Free – 02:27 02. Somewhere, My Love (Lara’s Theme From ‘Dr. Zhivago’) – 02:38 03. Spanish Eyes – 03:03 04. Strangers In The Night – 02:33 05. Sherry!
The track Spanish Eyes appears in: Release Date (Y/M/D). Classic Album Collection, Vol. 1Cover. Andy Williams Spanish Eyes Music Video. Watch more Andy Williams free music videos. Discographies - Pictures - Lyrics - Midis - Wallpapers - News - Concert Tickets - DVDs - Music Videos.
The Andy Williams Christmas Album. The Andy Williams Christmas Album is the first Christmas holiday album released by singer Andy Williams and his twelfth studio album overall. It was issued by Columbia Records in 1963, and it would prove to be the first of eight Christmas albums released by Williams
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Spanish Eyes lyrics, song performed by Andy Williams from the album Born Free. Find similar artists, related songs, pictures and more at Lyrics Feast.