Steve Harley's memorial The No. 1 hit from the 1970s, "Make Me Smile (Come Up and See Me)," made the singer-songwriter famous.  

Although his only UK chart-topper defined his career, Cockney Rebel leader Steve Harley, who passed away at the age of 73 from cancer,  

Make Me Smile (Come Up and See Me) was this song, which peaked at number one in February 1975  

It also became the group's sole entry on the US charts the following year, peaking at No. 96.  

This song seemed upbeat, with a bouncing rhythm and an enticing "ooh la-lala" hook sung by female backing vocalists  

Harley's unique and quirky vocal style found the ideal platform for this song.   

Partly sung, partly declaimed, the lyrics had distorted syllables and stretched vowels, as if Harley were trying out for the role of Richard III. One  

this was the way he delivered the words "for only metal, what a bore."  

strategy that was Harley-centric, and in response, he started a new band. It was called Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel, just to be clear.  

Pink posts a video of a heart on a cloud to remember her late father.