Texas: White On Blonde

Pretend, you're an 18 - year old girl named Sharleen Spiteri, you live in a sublease somewhere in Glasgow, you're listening to everything possible from John Lennon to Marvin Gay and only in your most courageous dreams you wish to hear to your music from your radio. Somebody could remain happy with the dream, but very talented singer and lyrics writer fortunately not. The very first song she has ever written "I don't want a lover" played by an absolutely unknow band named Texas, became one of the greatest hits in 1989. After a longish break, during which she was working on albums which weren't as good as the debut album, Texas is coming back in the best condition. In every way it's the best CD inspired a bit e.g. by Fleetwood Mac or The Pretenders, and it fits well into the '90s.

BLACK EYED BOY

No I don't lack ambition Can't you see what I hate That it's you who is sicking Locked behind iron gates

You should know You're falling into fiction I can tell You're on some foolish mission

You're black eyed soul You should know That there's nowhere else to go My black eyed boy You will find Your own space and time

You call me superstitious Tie me up with your deceit I could never be malicious Though I seem so bittersweet

You should know You're falling into fiction I can tell You're on some foolish mission

You're black eyed soul You should know That there's nowhere else to go My black eyed boy You will find Your own space and time

Black eyed soul You should know That there's nowhere else to go My black eyed boy You will find Your own space and Time

Yeh, you should know You're falling into fiction I can tell You're on some foolish mission

You're black eyed soul You should know That there's nowhere else to go My black eyed boy You will find Your own space and time

Black eyed soul You should know That there's nowhere else to go My black eyed boy You will find Your own space and time

Black eyed soul You should know That there's nowhere else to go My black eyed boy You will find

Lucia F.