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album That Singing Four - Brown Eyes, Why Are You Blue? / To-Morrow Mornin' mp3 download

album That Singing Four - Brown Eyes, Why Are You Blue? / To-Morrow Mornin' mp3 download

Genre: Pop
Performer: That Singing Four
Album: Brown Eyes, Why Are You Blue? / To-Morrow Mornin'
Released: 1926
Style: Vocal, Novelty
MP3 version ZIP size: 1959 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 1216 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1222 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 147
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Why Are You Blue? Al. Bryan, Geo. W. Meyer.

Why are brown eyes so boring? What shade of blue is more attractive, light blue eyes or dark blue eyes? Mariam Meynert, works at Lund University. Blue eyes can look 'cold' and not very welcoming looking. Blue eyes are very overrated and overhyped to me. I'm from the Balkan's where dark and 'exotic' looking features are more common than light features yet, even though light features aren't very common I still find dark features more beautiful. I kid you not, sometimes there have been times in my life where i thought if I had brown eyes I would look better. Here is a beautiful brown eyed and dark haired Balkan woman from Montenegro that one of my friends is cousins with.

know, honest and true Brown eyes should never be blue Never try to drown All your sorrows down Open up your heart and they will go That's when they begin Disappearing like the April snow Brown eyes, why are you blue Brown eyes, what can I do Don't keep the sunshine Out of your eyes You'll stop all your cryin'. Writer(s): GEORGE W. MEYER, ALFRED BRYAN.

Eye color is a polygenic phenotypic character determined by two distinct factors: the pigmentation of the eye's iris and the of the scattering of light by the turbid medium in the stroma of the iris.

Your brown eyes are like the color of mahogany wood- comforting and home-steady toughness that lets me know you will be the beams of supporting me. Your eyes remind me of Dove chocolate, smooth, creamy, delectable, and melting. The color of brown eyes remind me of mountain terrain and nature, something subtle, but beautiful in every form and season. Brown eyes make me think of Devil's cake, taunting and tempting, curtained by black lashes, the symbol of rich seduction. Brown eyes are like the nutrient earth, allowing life to foster and thrive, receiving health and without question- a crutch to lean on when feeling weak. Now, please never say brown eyes are too common, which makes them boring. If blue eyes were too common, it would be switched around.

For the live album by Eels, see Oh What a Beautiful Morning. Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'". Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'" is the opening song from the musical Oklahoma!, which premiered on Broadway in 1943. It was written by composer Richard Rodgers and lyricist/librettist Oscar Hammerstein II. The leading male character in Oklahoma!, Curly McLain, sings the song at the beginning of the first scene of the musical. This was the first song of Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical collaboration to be heard by theatre audiences. It has become one of their most famous numbers and "quickly became one of the most popular American songs to emerge from the wartime era, gaining currency away from Broadway first on the radio and recordings, and then later on numerous television variety shows.

All human eyes are brown at their core, due to the presence of melanin. Varying levels of the pigment melanin determine how much light is reflected. This feature is part of Colorscope, an award-winning series exploring our perception of color and its use across cultures, one shade at a time. But when someone has blue eyes, they have less melanin in their iris, resulting in less light being absorbed and more light reflecting, or scattering, back out. When this light is scattered, it reflects at shorter wavelengths along the blue end of the light color spectrum - leaving you seeing blue. Green and hazel eyes are somewhere in the middle, with differing quantities of melanin resulting in different levels of light absorption and therefore different colors reflecting out. Hazel is considered a mixture of eye colors, according to Heiting.

Brown eyes get their color from melanin, the same pigment that colors your skin. But blue eyes don’t have any blue pigment in them. Blue eyes get their color the same way water and the sky get their blue color. They scatter light so that more blue light reflects back out. The colored part of the eye is called the iris. It’s a structure that contains muscle and other kinds of cells. You can see the iris in action when it squeezes or relaxes to let in more or less light through the pupil. Since blue eyes get their color from the light that’s coming in and being reflected back out, they really can appear as different colors depending on the lighting conditions. Green and hazel eyes are a mixture of pigment color and color from scattered light, so they can also look different in different lighting conditions. Babies often do not have much pigment in their irises when they are born. This is why their eyes can look very blue.

Tracklist Hide Credits

R Brown Eyes, Why Are You Blue?
Written-By – Al. Bryan*, Geo. W. Meyer*
L To-Morrow Mornin'
Written-By – Addy Britt, Russel Robinson*, Jack Little*

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Edison Laboratories

Credits

  • Piano – Dave Kaplan

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label side R): 10661
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side L): 10666
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