Who Sang Spanish Eddie? Laura Branigan

LAURA BRANIGAN Hold Me cover art
Credits
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: Chuck Cochran, David Palmer
release date: 1985-7
genres: Electronic Rock Pop
styles: Vocal/Ballad/Synth-pop
length: 4:11
producer: Jack White, Harold Faltermeyer and Mark Spiro
mixer: Jürgen Koppers
engineer: Dave Concors, Jürgen Koppers, John Kovorek, Brian Malouf, Brian Reeves, Ed Thacker, Tom Whitlock, John Van Nest and David DeVore
assistant engineer: Steve Krause, Peggy McAffee, Sam Taylor and Rick Butz
There was heat in the air
And cops everywhere you looked
So there wasn't a lot
And the breaks that you got You know you took
And I remember wonderin' Where you been
The night Spanish Eddie cashed it in
The night Spanish Eddie cashed it in
They were playin' "Desolation Row" On the radio
The night Spanish Eddie fell from grace
There was amazement on his face
On the night that Eddie failed Sanity prevailed
It was June or July
When the heat from above beat down
It was famine or drought
When the brothers went out Of syle uptown
And we was mixin' Vicks with lemon gin
The night Spanish Eddie cashed it in
The night Spanish Eddie cashed it in
They were playin "Desolation Row" On the radio
The night Spanish Eddie made front page
His revolution came of age
He wrote "Surrender" on the wall
The night he took the fall
I heard someone say "He's tryin' to fly"
Like Eddie used to say We'll do when we die
I know someone turned you For a spin
The night Spanish Eddie cashed it in
The night Spanish Eddie cashed it in
They were playin' "Desolation Row" On the radio



Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Hold Me
  • 2 Maybe Tonight
  • 3 Foolish Lullaby
  • 4 Spanish Eddie
  • 5 Forever Young
  • 6 When I'm With You
  • 7 I Found Someone
  • 8 Sanctuary
  • 9 Tenderness
  • 10 When the Heat Hits the Streets

  • Album Information
    label: Atlantic
    country(area): Japan
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin