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  1. Bob Welch (July 31, , Los Angeles, CA - June 7, , Antioch, TN) was an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist, best remembered for his time with the immensely successful rock band Fleetwood Mac and for his own platinum solo albums and top-ten hits such as Sentimental Lady and Ebony Eyes from his album French Kiss on Capitol Records. Welch started his career .
  2. Smokey Robinson - Ebony Eyes Lyrics. Wind in your hair, sun on your skin You're looking good, girl, all over again Hey there, Miss Brown I want you to know I love you Brown as.
  3. "Ebony Eyes" is a song written and performed by Bob Welch. The song was the second single release and second hit song from his album French Kiss. Backing vocals are provided by Juice Newton. The song reached number 14 on the U. S. Billboard Hot , and number 12 on the Cash Box Top In Canada, "Ebony Eyes" peaked at number seven for two weeks.
  4. Ebony Eyes was a collaborative effort by Smokey Robinson and Rick James. It was first released on the album Cold Blooded, the title song quickly became Rick James' third number one R&B hit but Ebony Eyes also climbed the R&B/Hip Hop charts and peaked at number Genre: R&B, Soul.
  5. Ebony Eyes Lyrics: (Oooooooooo) / On a weekend pass I wouldn't have had time / To get home and marry, that baby of mine / So I went to the Chaplain and he authorized / .
  6. Bob Welch - Ebony Eyes (with Stevie Nicks) Live at the Ontario Motor Speedway (California Jam II Festival) March 18,
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Los Angeles Pressing Vinyl release of Ebony Eyes on Discogs.

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