"Bird of Paradise" is the debut single by former Thin Lizzy guitarist Snowy White, from his debut albumWhite Flames, released in 1983. The single became White's biggest hit, peaking at #6 on the UK Singles Chart in January 1984, remaining on the chart for 11 weeks.[1] The song was the only single released from the album, and is White's signature song.

The song has featured on various compilations of White's material, such as Goldtop: Groups & Sessions '74–'94Pure Gold and The Best of Snowy White. It has also appeared on general compilations, such as Now That's What I Call Music II. White performed the song on the BBC Television show Top of the Pops in 1984.

British radio DJ Steve Wright described "Bird of Paradise" as "one of my favourite songs of all time", after playing the song on BBC Radio 1 during its run in the charts.[2]


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