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Uncle Arthurs Lonely World - Virgin Prunes - The Moon Looked Down And Laughed

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  1. Motaxe

    The Moon Looked Down And Laughed Lyrics: The moon has eyes and watches me / As I go to sleep / I've caught so many falling stars / There's holes in my hands / Such a tale I could tell you / Oh, I.
  2. Kajizshura

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Moon Looked Down And Laughed on Discogs/5(10).
  3. Sabei

    Dec 19,  · From Virgin Prunes ‎– The Moon Looked Down And Laughed Label: Baby Records ‎– BABY , Baby Records ‎– Baby Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: France Rel.
  4. Akinolmaran

    Dec 27,  · From Virgin Prunes ‎– The Moon Looked Down And Laughed Label: Baby Records ‎– BABY , Baby Records ‎– Baby Format: Vinyl, LP, .
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    Jan 12,  · Virgin Prunes: The Moon Looked Down And Laughed The band consisted of childhood friends of U2's Bono. Lypton Village was a "youthful gang" created by Bono (ne Paul Hewson), Friday (ne Fionan Hanvey) and Guggi (ne Derek Rowen) in the early s.
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  8. Darn

    10 rows · Jan 17,  · The Moon Looked Down And Laughed: Uncle Arthur's Lonely World: Don't Look Back: Betrayal: Deadly Sins4/4().
  9. Malabar

    The sound of 's The Moon Looked Down and Laughed is the sound of a band being pulled apart by the differing ideas of its members. This is easily the tamest Virgin Prunes record on the market and the band's nadir. There are more conventional song structures here, on cuts like "Heaven," "Just a Lovesong," and "Betrayal," but they are 4/

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