Bette Davis Eyes is the lead single from Kim Carnes‘ sixth album Mistaken Identity. It was written by Donna Weiss and Jackie Deshannon in 1974. Jackie DeShannon first recorded the song for her 1975 album New Arrangement. Kim’s version of Bette Davis Eyes became a hit, topping the Billboard Hot 100 in 1981. Internationally, it topped the charts in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, South Africa, Spain and Switzerland. The song won two Grammy Awards for Record of the Year and Song of the Year in 1982. com/watch?v EPOIS5taqA8. Bette Davis Eyes" Track.
Bette Davis Eyes" is a song written and composed by Donna Weiss and Jackie DeShannon, and made popular by American singer Kim Carnes. DeShannon recorded it in 1974; Carnes's 1981 version spent nine weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was Billboard's biggest hit of 1981. The song was written in 1974 by Donna Weiss and Jackie DeShannon. DeShannon recorded the song that same year on her album New Arrangement.
DeShannon recorded it on her 1975 album with the original "crow blush" line as it was written, which was an obscure and dated backwoods expression (playing on the fact crows are loud feisty birds and black in color, to imply behavior so outrageous it could actually make a crow blush. Some say it was a transcription error while others say it was a deliberate change on the Carnes record from "crow" to "pro" which gave it a more modern and even overt connotation.
Bette Davis Eyes" é uma canção cuja versão mais conhecida foi gravada pela cantora Kim Carnes. A canção foi escrita em 1974 por Donna Weiss e Jackie DeShannon. Neste mesmo ano DeShannon gravou a canção que foi incluída no seu álbum New Arrangement. Contudo, seria apenas em 1981 que a canção se tornaria popular, graças à versão de Kim Carnes.
The song Bette Davis Eyes gives a shoutout to the iconic American actress Bette Davis, and she acknowledged the composers of this song for such. However, the woman being referenced in the song, who has this attribute to her appearance, is not someone to be appreciated. Rather, despite her alluring looks, the lyrics of track are basically warning the listener to be wary of such a female. Carnes’ version of Bette Davis Eyes was released in 1981. It came out as a single off of Kim Carnes’ 1981 album Mistaken Identity. Kim Carnes’ rendition of Bette Davis Eyes spent nine weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1981. It was later dubbed the biggest hit of that year. Outside America, the song charted at number one in many a country across the globe. In the United Kingdom, it reached number 10. The track was produced by American record producer Val Garay.
F Am G x4, F Am G F G C Her hair is Harlowe gold, her lips a sweet surprise F Am G C Her hands are never cold, she's got Bette Davis eyes Am F Am G She'll turn the music . Tuning: E A D G B E. Author Kraziekhat 64,755. 4 contributors total. View interactive tab.
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- Producer – Val Garay