smokey Robinson [I remember] the five young guys who sang and danced up a storm.
It was like hearing a young Michael Jackson, with a dash of Stevie Wonder and smokey Robinson.
Browne's "nuns" (models) donned sharp eyebrows, smokey eye makeup, and nails similar to those worn by Lorde to the Grammy Awards.
If Wills has any say in the matter, their boy will have his very own smokey, too.
Pharrell, and maybe his smokey the Bear hat, will be on hand to perform “Happy,” a nominated song that happens to—get this!
Meanwhile smokey got thinner and weaker and finally he hadn't the strength to push the lid off when he needed more air.
smokey wriggled in absolute approval of Jimmy's loyalty and comment.
At first Lawrence found it hard to believe that this was really smokey Joe.
Where did you pick up those two kids, smokey, and his—his pal, Jimmy?
"smokey's me pal," he added, scrambling to his feet with a belated salute.