Red Balloon
Small Faces Lyrics


Bought myself a red balloon and a blue surprise
Cause hidden in the read balloon was a peny for my eyes

She took her lovelight from my eyes
Oh blue surprise
She took her lovelight from my eyes
Blue surprise

Played with toys for children as a child I got
Haven't any time for children although I've got a lot, hey

She took her lovelight from my eyes
Oh blue surprise
She took her lovelight from my eyes
Blue surprise

Blue surprise, yeah

She took her lovelight from my eyes
Oh blue surprise
She took her lovelight from my eyes
Blue surprise

Yeah, blue surprise
Blue surprise, yeah

Blue surprise
Blue surprise
Vishnu's eyes
Loving eyes

Blue surprise
Blue surprise
Vishnu's eyes

Loving eyes

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Comments from YouTube:

Chris

Probably the best rock soulful voice England’s ever had , for me the best

Scott Ross

Truth

Cindy Falstrom

@chicklets4ever I agree with you completely agree, Marriott is my favorite rock hero. He, alone or with Ronnie wrote some amazing songs. However, I assume you probably know, that this beauty was written by the also wonderful, but very tragic Tim Harden. Tim wrote some of our most iconic songs like "If I were a Carpenter" and "Reason to Believe", but suffered from the demons of depression and heroin addiction. He died way too young from an overdose. This SF's cover is one of my favorite vocals by Steve - stunning.

Kevin Massey

The look and attitude to boot

gelu batir

that is sure

chicklets4ever

Not to mention a great songwriter and a very fine guitarist with a top-notch band.

Wesley Harding

Great song! Great version! I love it right at the end when you hear Steve Marriot say "string broke! Did you 'ear it?" Never heard that before. A gem! One of the greatest and sadly, underrated bands of the '60s. Up there with the Kinks IMO.

Mick Corbett

Just have no words for this band & the times they represented in their own, highly wonderful way. ❤️❤️❤️

Robert Tompkins

God how could they have been so good so young and newly formed as a band? This song should have been a worldwide hit. I only wish they had had better management. Those of us in the States really had little to no exposure to the breadth and quality of their work and have only discovered it because of the internet.

Lindsay Ives

Saw them in 65 outside Brighton fabulous so good days sixties best

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