Devil In Her Eyes

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  • Co-written by band members Gary Moat, Gordon Bonnar and Steve Hayman, "Devil In Her Eyes" was the penultimate track on the 1983 Lettin Loose album.

    When asked 34 years on whose eyes these might have been, the charismatic Mr. Moat replied: "Any woman's eyes as they lure you in and spit you out at the other end, lol, come on we were only 22 year olds when we wrote these!"

    To be scrupulously fair there are probably plenty of women who could say the same thing about men, especially young ones. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England
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