Smokie What Can I Do - ( Midnight Cafe ) 1976

What Can I Do - Smokie ( Midnight Cafe ) 1976

Smokie's concert in Sonderhausen (ex DDR) 1976....
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Every dream that I dream
Seems to float on by
Like a cloud in the wind
Way up in the sky
Every move that I make
Seems to be the wrong way
Like a cold black night
After a summer day

What can I do/What can I do
Nothing to say but it used to be/Nothing to say but it used to be
What can I do

You still play my guitar
With a smile on my face
Now everything's changed
My whole life's rearranged
From the day I was born
Sidle Jinks was my name
Though I tried and I tried
That name still remains

What can I do/What can I do
Nothing to say but it used to be/Nothing to say but it used to be
What can I do

What can I do/What can I do/What can I do/What can I do

I hear voices all singing
But no one is there
It's a ghost of my life
Bringing past tense to mind
Lokin' key inside me
From the freedom and sin
Oh come let me in
I'll start all over again

What can I do/What can I do
Nothing to say but it used to be
No no no no no no no no no
What can I do/What can I do
What...

Smokie's concert in Sonderhausen (ex DDR) 1976.

Smokie is an English glam rock band from Bradford who found success 
in Europe in the 1970s. On 1975 their first album, Pass It Around was 
released. 

In the same year, they released their second album Changing All the Time. 
Their third album, Midnight Cafe built on the popularity of Changing All 
the Time and established the group as a new pop phenomenon. 

The following years yielded a string of successful singles: "Something's 
Been Making Me Blue", "Wild Wild Angels" and "I'll Meet You at Midnight"
gained a faithful following among younger listeners. 

When their single "Living Next Door to Alice" was released in November 
1976, it quickly became the group's biggest hit, followed by the equally 
successful "Lay Back in the Arms of Someone". 

Smokie now found themselves European superstars with sold-out tours 
and million-selling albums. The next two albums were to emphasize their 
stature: Bright Lights & Back Alleys (1977) and The Montreux Album 
(1978) were both chart successes ...

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