It’s another Stream of Consciousness Saturday! Hosted by Linda Hill at her blog, where you can find the rules, which of course I immediately bend, sort of…



I heard the weekly prompt, and immediately my mind turned to the songs that are about eyes, or have eyes in the title. My consciousness got the best of me, and soon I have a list…

  1. “Blue Eyes,” Elton John
  2. “Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue,” Crystal Gayle
  3. “Hungry Eyes,” Eric Carmen
  4. “Bette Davis Eyes,” Kim Carnes
  5. “These Eyes,” The Guess Who
  6. “Eye of the Tiger,” Survivor
  7. “Spanish Eyes,” Al Martino
  8. “Barney Google, with the Goo-Goo-Googly Eyes,” ?
  9. “Gypsy Eyes,” Jimi Hendrix
  10. “Angry Eyes,” Loggins & Messina
  11. “Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain,” Willie Nelson
  12. “Ma! He’s Making Eyes At Me,” Eddie Cantor
  13. “Jeepers Creepers,” The Four Modernaires
  14. “Behind Blue Eyes,” The Who
  15. “Doctor My Eyes,” Jackson Browne
  16. “Dark Eyed Woman,” Spirit
  17. “Green Eyed Lady,” Sugarloaf
  18. “Dark Eyes,” Bob Dylan
  19. “Dark Eyed Cajun Woman,” Doobie Brothers

[Songs in RED added 3/22]

For your enjoyment, I’ve built a YouTube playlist. Over fifty minutes an hour of music, just waiting for you to press that button. Enjoy!


    1. I’ve added a few new ones since yesterday; I’m now up to 21 songs. You might want to check it out on YouTube:

      You never know, I might add even more to it.


  1. That was a good list, but you missed two of my favorites: “Dark Eyed Woman” by Spirit and “Green Eyed Lady” by Sugarloaf–a fantastic tune especially in the long album version.

    Arlee Bird
    A to Z Challenge Co-host
    Wrote By Rote


  2. I’m laughing so hard! Honestly, I fast forwarded through the songs just so I could see if you really found Barney Google! My cousin taught me that song, and I wasn’t even sure it was a real song or one she made up. LOL. That just made my night. That’s a really good playlist. I like most of the songs, and I LOVE Hungry Eyes. This was a fun post.


    1. One I did forget to add to the list was “Doctor My Eyes” by Jackson Browne. But it’s a fun list, and I had fun putting it together. Glad you enjoyed it.


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