BootLeg Betty

Bette Midler: Bootleg Betty: My Mother’s Eyes – Divine Madness

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5 thoughts on “Bette Midler: Bootleg Betty: My Mother’s Eyes – Divine Madness

  1. So where and when did this appear since it was not included in the theatrical film? Was it just left on the cutting room floor?

  2. So where and when did this appear since it was not included in the theatrical film? Was it just left on the cutting room floor?

      1. Mr. D “RAINBOW SLEEVE” was cut from the video release but was in the theatrical version. This song was never in the film at all just on the soundtrack!

        1. Yeah that’s correct. The only reason they put the clip out is bevause it was the single. I never understood why they never put some of her rock stuff out. Most people just thought she sang ballads. I think if they released more of a variety of her work radio might have played her more. I like this song but was so disappointed that it was the single. I thought maybe they would have put out Fire Down Below. I always had a beef growing up with the single picks, but what do I know?

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