I walk along the city streets You used to walk along with me And every step I take recalls How much in love we used to be. Oh, how can I forget you, girl When there is always something there to remind me? Always something there to remind me. When shadows fall, I pass a small cafe Where we would dance at night And I can't help recalling How it felt to kiss and hold you tight. I was born to love her And I will never be free You'll always be a part of me. If you should find you miss the sweet And tender love we used to share Just come back to the places Where we used to go and I'll be there.
Naked Eyes - There's Always Something There To Remind Me Lyrics
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Tyner is an inventive pianist who previously pushed John Coltrane to his creative heights, but his take on " There's Always Something There To Remind Me" is a head scratcher. Besides the melodrama of the opening strings, there's nothing conceptually wrong with the track, but the result is uneasy. Whether or not this feeling was intentional, the unsettling atmosphere is a welcome addition to a song that could devolve into tackiness without proper care. By dropping the " There's " from the title and converting the song into a triplet feel, the band essentially drew a line in the sand between its version and all those before. Thanks to Naked Eyes, the average person alive today is surprised to find out that this track is even a cover. A cynic could use this fact which I have no proof of to rant about ignorance among modern music fans, but you can also argue that the song is such a perfect match for the band - and Naked Eyes owned it so hard - that the group gave it a second life, and is part of why we're still listening to it and talking about it today.
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British impresario Eve Taylor heard Johnson's version while on a US visit scouting for material for her recent discovery Sandie Shaw , who consequently covered the song for the UK market. Rush-released in September , the song was premiered by Shaw with a performance on Ready Steady Go! The first week after its release, the single sold 65, copies. Shaw herself recorded " A cover by Eddy Mitchell was more successful, reaching No.
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