Lyrics to "Look Through Any Window" song by The Hollies: Look through any window yeah, what do you see? Smilin' faces all around rushin' through the busy to. .Look through any window yeah, any time of day See the drivers on the roads pullin' down their heavy loads. Where do they go) movin' on their way Drivin' down highways and the by-ways (Where do they go) movin' on their way Drivers with their shy ways and their sly ways.
Look Through Any Window" (Charles Silverman, Graham Gouldman). In 1967, The Hollies transferred the US and Canadian rights to all new material to Epic Records.
Look Through Any Window" is a song by the British beat group The Hollies. It was the first American Billboard Top 40 hit for them, peaking at No. 32 on 22 January 1966 (Just One Look in 1964 had been their first American chart hit).
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Look Through Any Window" (September 1965, UK N. ) broke the Hollies into the US Top 40 (N. 2, Ja. Star," an uptempo harmony number reminiscent of their sixties hits, charted only in New Zealand and Australia, the hard rock number "Daddy Don't Mind" charted only in The Netherlands and Germany, and "Wiggle That Wotsit," an excursion into disco territory, charted only in The Netherlands, Sweden, and New Zealand.
Album: The Hits Of The Hollies (1965). Charted: 4 32. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Just look through any window and you'll see them. Graham Gouldman, who wrote the Hollies hit "Bus Stop," wrote "Look Through Any Window" with Charles Silverman, about whom little is known. He said, 'Look through any window,' because we were looking as the train crept out of the station and started going through the suburbs quite slowly.
Look through any window, yeah Any time of day See the drivers on the roads Puttin' down their heavy loads. The Hollies - Miscellaneous Album Lyrics. 1. (Ain't That) Just Like Me.
LOOK THROUGH ANY WINDOW (Bassline) As recorded by The Hollies (From the 1965 Album HEAR! HERE!) Words and Music by Graham Gouldman & Charles Silverman Transcribed by Slowhand.