Skip to content

greathrestmingseggurddichortfontilesvapas.co

very valuable message join. And have..

Category: Rock

Diamond Smiles - The Boomtown Rats - Diamond Smiles (Vinyl)

8 thoughts on “ Diamond Smiles - The Boomtown Rats - Diamond Smiles (Vinyl)

  1. Diamond Smiles Lyrics: Traffic's wild tonight / Diamond smiles her cocktail smile / Tonight she's in heavy disquise / She looks at her wrist to clock the passing time / Weather's mild tonight / She.
  2. Jul 04,  · Discussing Boomtown Rats hit Diamond Smiles, Geldof tells TV host Lorraine Kelly, "There's a song we had that was a big hit, (that) the Rats had called Diamond Smiles.
  3. The Boomtown Rats, Diamond Smiles, The Boomtown Rats Diamond Smiles, cover art, release information.
  4. The Boomtown Rats broke through during the early punk wave in Their music did hit some of the same strings as the punk groups from England, but after a close listen to their music, it became clear that the band both musically and lyrically had much more to offer than most punk bands/5(99).
  5. The Boomtown Rats is a rock group led by Bob Geldof (full name: Robert Fredrick Zenon Geldof, born October 5th ). Playing punk and New Wave influenced music, their initial incarnation lasted from to ), but the band recently reformed. All six primary members (Gary Roberts, Pete Briquette, Gerry Cott, Simon Crowe, and Johnnie Moylett alongside Geldof) were originally from Dun.
  6. Diamond Smiles by The Boomtown Rats (The Fine Art Of Surfacing, ) [Intro] | E | E | [Verse] E Traffic's wild tonight A Diamond smiles her cocktail smile B Tonight she’s in heavy disguise E She looks at her wrist to clock the passing time [Verse] E Weather's mild tonight A She wonders will they notice her eyes B She wonders will her glamour survive E B A And can they see she’s going.
  7. Song Meaning"Diamond Smiles" was the second single from The Boomtown Rats' album The Fine Art of Surfacing. It was the follow-up to their successful single "I Don't Like Mondays" and also peaked at a respectable Number 13 in the UK Charts.
  8. " Diamond Smiles " was the second single from The Boomtown Rats ' album The Fine Art of Surfacing. It was the follow-up to their successful single " I Don't Like Mondays " .

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *