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Fireball
1. Fireball
2. No no no
3. Demon's eye
4. Anyone's daughter
5. The mule
6. Fools
7. No one came
8. Strange kind of woman
9. I'm alone
10. Freedom 
11. Slow train
12. The Noise Abatement Society Tapes (Instrumental)

Shades Of Deep Purple

The Book Of Taliesyn

Deep Purple

Concerto

In Rock

Machine Head

Made In Japan

Who Do We Think We Are

Burn

Stormbringer

Come Taste The Band

Perfect Strangers

House Of Blue Light

Slaves And Masters

The Battle Rages On

Purpendicular

Abandon

Bananas

 

Fireball

1971 EMI

Demon's Eye

(Blackmore/Gillan/Glover/Lord/Paice)

I don't mind just what you say.
I never heard you, baby, never heard you anyway.
I don't care what you do
just so long as it ain't me and you.
Sly, sly, like a demon's eye.

Everything's good, I said, everything's fine.
You don't know, don't know it's the end of your time.
How does it feel to be turned away?
I've known it, baby, almost every day.
Sly, sly, like a demon's eye.

I don't need you anymore,
I don't want you, baby, hanging round my door.
You slip and slide round my brain.
You think you're so clever, yeah, but you know you're insane.
Sly, sly, like a demon's eye.

I d-d-don't mind just what you say.
I never heard you, baby, I never heard you anyway, no I didn't.
Everything's good, everything's fine.
You don't know it's the end of your time.
Sly, sly, like the demon's eye,
like the demon's eye.
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