Bette Davis Eyes


Friday 27 February, 2015 by Uncle Spike


Eyes are important to me; the window to the soul, as they are often described. I admit that I often judge character based on someone’s eyes, and rely on them a great deal for communication more than the spoken word.

Another means of non-verbal communication has always been music for me (as a listener, not a player), and if you combine the two, you come up with the 1981 track by the ever so lovely Kim Carnes, “Bette Davis Eyes”. That first 20 seconds get me every time.

I hope you enjoy this latest flashback from my Tunes I Love series.



7 thoughts on “Bette Davis Eyes

  1. hello uncle spike its dennis the vizsla dog hay dada sez nekst thing yoo no she wil be going crazy in the nite and barking at airplanes i hav no ideea wot he is tawking abowt as yoozhual!!! ok bye

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  2. kcinaz says:

    Really enjoyed your choice of lead in music and Love those Betty David Eyes.

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  3. joannesisco says:

    Good choice! LOVE Bette Davis Eyes 🙂

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  4. fredrieka says:

    do they have a song Rin TIn Tin eyes ?

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