My grandmother loved this pop song - Bette Davis Eyes.
In May and June of 1981, the most popular song around was a tune about a Hollywood actress — or more precisely, about her eyes. “She’s got Bette Davis eyes” was the refrain made famous by the top-selling song of 1981, appropriately titled, “Bette Davis Eyes.” The song was performed by singer Kim Carnes, and was originally written in the mid-1970s by singer-songwriter Jackie DeShannon and Donna Weiss. DeShannon had also recorded a version of the song on her New Arrangement album of 1975. But it was the Kim Carnes version of the song in 1981 that became the big hit. - Source
Edith Vann (Espy) - June 1980