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Both songs were produced by Rupert Holmes for the Holmes Line and they went on to appear as tracks on the Holmes produced 1979 album, Tigers and Fireflies that was recorded at Long View Farm and released by de Paul a few months later on the Polydor record label in 1979. A Japanese version of the song with the title "Romance" and Japanese lyrics by Ryoko Goshima was released in 1995 by Japanese singer, songwriter Yoshiko Goshima (五島 良子) on her album Froggie. A remastered version of the album was released in 2013 with Japanese lyrics. De Paul's version of.

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Retrieved 15 May 2018. Retrieved 6 April 2018. Tigers and Fireflies (sometimes referred to as Tigers & Fireflies) is an album released by Lynsey de Paul in April 1979 on the Polydor record label. It was launched at a special event at the Mayfair Club in London, with de Paul looking similar to the 1940s film star Veronica Lake. The album was recorded at Long View Farm Studios with additional recording at Mediasound and produced by Rupert Holmes. In his 1986 biography, Justin de Villeneuve, de Paul's manager at the time wrote "I gave Rupert Holmes a call in New York. He agreed to see me if I flew to America.

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Retrieved 6 April 2018. Another song co-penned by her, this time with Edward Adamberry, called E. O. I. was recorded by Wild as a track on his 1972 album A Beautiful World, and released as a single by The Beads. After these initial successes, she was contracted to ATV-Kirshner music publishing by Eddie Levy when she was 18 years old and her major breakthrough came early in 1972 as the co-writer of the Fortunes Top 10 UK hit Storm in a Teacup. De Paul performed the song the year on the BBCs The Two Ronnies.


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