Eurythmics one of the very best bands out there.  Annie has an amazing voice and it goes so well with Dave's in your face instrumentals.  What a combination!!!

Eurythmics one of the very best bands out there. Annie has an amazing voice and it goes so well with Dave's in your face instrumentals. What a combination!!!

Annie Lennox, this is how I first saw her on the 80s music show Razzamatazz. thought she was so cool

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Annie Lennox, this is how I first saw her on the 80s music show Razzamatazz. thought she was so cool

Annie Lennox's official music video for 'Why'. Click to listen to Annie Lennox on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/AnnieLSpotify?IQid=AnnieLWhy As featured on The...

Annie Lennox's official music video for 'Why'. Click to listen to Annie Lennox on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/AnnieLSpotify?IQid=AnnieLWhy As featured on The...

David Stewart and Annie Lennox, Eurythmics  by Richard Avedon

David Stewart and Annie Lennox, Eurythmics by Richard Avedon

▶ Annie Lennox - Why - YouTube ~ amazing powerful beautifully written and performed song

▶ Annie Lennox - Why - YouTube ~ amazing powerful beautifully written and performed song

“There are two kinds of artists left: those who endorse Pepsi and those who simply won't.” ~  Annie Lennox

New Years Honours 2011: the people from arts and broadcasting

“There are two kinds of artists left: those who endorse Pepsi and those who simply won't.” ~ Annie Lennox

"Here Comes the Rain Again" is a 1984 song by British pop duo Eurythmics. It was written by group members Annie Lennox and David A. Stewart and produced by Stewart. The song was released as the third single in the UK from the album Touch and in the United States as the first single. The track is similar in musical style to past Eurythmics singles and its melancholy lyrics draw a comparison between the painful and tragic feelings of unrequited love with falling rain.

"Here Comes the Rain Again" is a 1984 song by British pop duo Eurythmics. It was written by group members Annie Lennox and David A. Stewart and produced by Stewart. The song was released as the third single in the UK from the album Touch and in the United States as the first single. The track is similar in musical style to past Eurythmics singles and its melancholy lyrics draw a comparison between the painful and tragic feelings of unrequited love with falling rain.

Annie Lennox's songs include: "Why" "No more I love yous" "Sweet Dreams" "There must be an angel" "Walking on broken glass" "A Whiter shade of pale"

Annie Lennox

Annie Lennox's songs include: "Why" "No more I love yous" "Sweet Dreams" "There must be an angel" "Walking on broken glass" "A Whiter shade of pale"

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