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Starry Eyed Woman - Chrome Flower - Gotta Keep Movin / Starry Eyed Woman (Vinyl)

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  1. Rating Content; Neutral: On Jul 25, , Terri from Yorkshire, wrote: Carries lots of clusters of flowers. Can be grown as a ground-cover plant as well as a low shrub.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Starry Eyed Woman on Discogs. Label: Stone (2) - ST 47 • Format: Vinyl 7 Chrome Flower - Starry Eyed Woman (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  3. Vinyl and CD 1 – 16 of Genre. Show. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; Terry Klein With Dee-Jay & The Chrome Flower: Starry Eyed Woman Chrome Flower: Gotta Keep Movin / Starry Eyed Woman.
  4. May 14,  · Starry-Eyed Lyrics: You wanna go, lets go yeah / Come on a trip with me / Let me take you inside a minute / There's room enough for two / But your more than welcome to ride with us / .
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  6. Another collectable song that Terry Lee produced was the Stone Record’s single “Starry Eyed Woman / Gotta Keep Movin” by Chrome Flower in Bob Hocko a Dee Jays / Swamp Rate member formed a hard rock band Galactus with John Puckett on guitar, Jim Wilson on .
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  9. Jan 30,  · A record "Starry Eyed Woman" b/w "New Hope," a 45 release on the Prophet label. Written by Larry Bowie, who went on to play in The Candymen, .

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