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The Windmills Of Your Mind

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  1. In the windmills of your mind Like a tunnel that you follow To a tunnel of its own Down the highway to a cavern Where the sun has never shone Like a door that keeps revolving In a half forgotten dream Of the ripples from a pebble Someone tosses in the stream Keys that jingle in your pocket Words that jangle in your head Why did summer go so Ratings: 1.
  2. The Windmills Of Your Mind Arranged By – George Tipton Written-By – A. Bergman*, M. Bergman*, M. LeGrand* A2: Traci's Tracks Arranged By, Written-By – Billy Vaughn: A3: Help Yourself (Gli Occhi Miei) Arranged By – Milt Rogers* Written-By – C. Donida*, J. /5(7).
  3. Windmills of your Mind is a solid piece of work. I first remember listening to it as a child. It was my parents and to this day I still have great fondness of it. This is a hard to find piece and I 5/5(2).
  4. Barry from Sauquoit, Ny On April 27th , "The Windmills of Your Mind" by Dusty Springfield entered Billboard's Hot Top chart at position #99; and on June 8th it peaked at #31 (for 1 week) and spent 8 weeks on the Top It reached #3 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary Tracks chart.
  5. Maybe I shouldn't have been driving! I should note that I liked the title track "Windmills of your Mind". I will listen to it again, just to check and see if my 1st reactions were valid, but this has got to be one of the more boring Motian recordings I have heard, and I have a /5(6).
  6. In he recorded "The Windmills of Your Mind", the theme tune from the film The Thomas Crown Affair, which won that year's Academy Award for Best Original Song. In June , Harrison played Glastonbury Festival's "Spirit of '71" stage, marking 40 years since his appearance at the second staging of the then new festival.
  7. In the windmills of your mind [Verse 2] Like a tunnel you can follow To a tunnel of its own Down a hollow to a cavern Where the sun has never shone Like a door that keeps revolving In a half.
  8. In the windmills of your mind. Keys that jingle in your pocket Words that jangle in your head Why did summer go so quickly? Was it something that I said? Lovers walk along a shore And leave their footprints in the sand Was the sound of distant drumming Just the fingers of your hand? Pictures hanging in a hallway Or the fragment of a song.

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