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12 David Bowie Lyrics to Live By – We All Have a Favourite, But Which Is Yours?

The news of David Bowie’s passing is still hard to believe, but to help us all mourn the legendary ‘Chameleon of Rock’, let’s take a look at some of his most inspirational lyrics and the meanings behind them.

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From “Rebel Rebel” (1974). A catchy glam-punk song from the Diamond Dogs album about not conforming to gender stereotypes.

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From “Heroes” (1977). An inspirational synth-rock ballad from the album of the same name. This song is about the two sides of the Berlin wall, and a love that can never be.

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From “Space Oddity” (1969). Bowie’s famed acoustic track embodying how it feels to be alone in the world.

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From “Let’s Dance” (1983). A post-disco hit from the Let’s Dance album about forgetting your troubles and losing yourself to the music.

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From “Underground” (1986). The soundtrack to Bowie’s film Labyrinth, about escaping to an alternate reality.

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From “Letter to Hermione” (1969). A beautiful acoustic love song about a woman who Bowie dated for a short while. Hermione was Bowie’s first love who left him for another man in the late 60s.

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From “Time” (1973). An avant-garde jazz track from Bowie’s Aladdin Sane era.

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From “As the World Falls Down” (1987). A romantic ballad from Jim Henson’s Labyrinth, in which David Bowie played Jareth the Goblin King.

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From “Starman” (1972). One of Bowie’s most famous tracks performed as alter-ego Ziggy Stardust.

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From “Changes” (1971). A glam rock song from the Hunky Dory album. This song was especially popular in America.

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From “Suffragette City” (1972). From The Rise and Fall  of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars record. This song is about fluid sexuality.

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From “Lazarus” (2016). The last track to be released before Bowie’s death on 10th January 2016. This is his parting song about dying.



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