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'Voices in my Head' by Naked Eyes | Naked Eyes

An electro-music transcription of Naked Eyes' 'Voices in my Head'


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PIECE ORDER

As recorded on EMI SP 8303GL

Intro
SECTION A: Verse 1
SECTION B
CHORUS
SECTION A: Verse 2
“Whenever we’re together it breaks my heart I’ve got a fantasy of which you are a part.”
SECTION B
CHORUS
ORGAN SOLO
SECTION B
CHORUS
CODA


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Electronics & Music Maker - Copyright: Music Maker Publications (UK), Future Publishing.

 

Electronics & Music Maker - Apr 1983

Artist:

Naked Eyes


Role:

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Related Artists:

Climie Fisher


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