Did the WHO SING Behind Blue Eyes?
"Behind Blue Eyes" is a song by the English rock band the Who, recorded in 1971. It was the second single from their fifth album Who's Next and was originally written by Pete Townshend for his Lifehouse project. The song is one of the Who's best-known recordings and has been covered by many artists. via
Who sings pretty blue eyes?
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Are blue eyes the rarest?
Worldwide, however, blue eyes are much rarer. World Atlas notes that only 8% to 10% of the global population has blue eyes. via
What is the prettiest eye color?
Hazel eyes have also been voted as one of the most attractive eye colours and can, therefore, be argued to have the best of both worlds, health and beauty. Green eyes are incredibly rare, which may be the reason as to why some believe this to be the most attractive eye colour. via
Is having blue eyes bad?
Still, because many people with blue eye color are sensitive to light and may have more risk of damage to their retinas from UV light, most eye doctors recommend that people with blue eyes should be extra cautious regarding their exposure to sunlight. via
What is the story behind blue eyes?
A team of scientists has tracked down a genetic mutation that leads to blue eyes. The mutation occurred between 6,000 and 10,000 years ago. "A genetic mutation affecting the OCA2 gene in our chromosomes resulted in the creation of a 'switch,' which literally 'turned off' the ability to produce brown eyes," Eiberg said. via
Where do blue eyes come from?
Scientists concluded that every blue-eyed person on the world today can trace their ancestry back to a single European who probably lived about 10,000 years ago in the Black Sea region and who first developed a specific mutation that accounts for the now widespread iris coloration. via
How common are dark blue eyes?
They are also fairly uncommon among the masses! It has been estimated that only 8% of the world's population has blue eyes. via
When was pretty blue eyes released?
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Why do people have green eyes?
Green eyes are a genetic mutation that produces low levels of melanin, but more than blue eyes. Instead, because of the lack of melanin in the iris, more light scatters out, which make the eyes appear green. Changes in light make lighter eyes look like they are changing colors like a chameleon. via
Do purple eyes exist?
The mystery only deepens when we're talking about violet or purple eyes. Violet is an actual but rare eye color that is a form of blue eyes. It requires a very specific type of structure to the iris to produce the type of light scattering of melanin pigment to create the violet appearance. via
Are blue eyes the most attractive?
According to new research, people with blue eyes are apparently the most attractive. "Many studies have been performed and they all concluded the same thing - a majority of all people consider those with blue eyes to be slightly more attractive on average than people with brown or hazel eyes." via