The Guess Who had some big hits under their belt in their native Canada, but this song earned them international acclaim and a US record deal with RCA. They wrote the song at a time when they were gigging constantly, and also serving as the house band on a Canadian TV show called Let's Go, where they would play covers of hit songs. These Eyes" was the culmination of their efforts, and it became their first Top 10 hit in the US. The next year, they had two US chart-toppers: "American Woman" and "No Sugar Tonight. They had a big hit in Canada with "Shaking All Over". Have an original copy of that album.
is the eleventh studio album by the Canadian rock band The Guess Who. It was first released in 1973. The title comes from the fact that it was the band's tenth release for RCA Records. This number series includes both a live album and best-of compilation, but not the band's early recordings (prior to 1969) which were not recorded for RCA. In addition to the usual 2 channel stereo version the album was also released by RCA in a 4 channel quadraphonic version on both LP and 8-track tape
These eyes, are crying These eyes have seen a lot of loves But they're never gonna see another one like I had with you These eyes, are crying These eyes have seen a lot of loves But they're never gonna see another one like I had with you These eyes, are crying These eyes have seen a lot of loves But. they're never gonna see another one like I had with you. These eyes, cry every night for you These arms, these arms long to hold you, hold you again. My guess is that he just broke up and couldn't stop crying for that girl, and he wrote his feelings and made himself one of the greatest Classic Rock songs of all-time! Aweomse song! The Chorus is just too good!
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The Guess Who have been the subject of many greatest-hits compilations over the years. While the original versions of such hits as "American Woman" and "No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature" are included, it unfortunately excludes a few essentials, at the very least: "Laughing," "Albert Flasher," and "No Time.