The Man Who Rocked The World (David Bowie tribute)

 

Original song celebrating the life & art of David Bowie.
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LYRICS:

The Man Who Rocked The World Gavin Dunne 2016

Little Sophia Strange in ‘73
Her daddy’s yelling tirades at the TV
Hey man be cool!!
Sweeping the screen – rebel freak with a twist
A skinny genie come to grant her a wish
Changes the rules
He’s a real pretty thing!

But now she looks to the stars
Oh with an ache in her heart
For now the man who rocked the world
Is going home
She’s reaching up for a song
Oh but the music is gone
For the man who rocked the world
Is going home

Big Johnny Butterfingers in ‘81
Searchin the discos for that special someone
It gets so tough
Feelin the pressure under laser lights
But his feet go magic dancin’ when the song is just right
Yeah that’s the stuff
Let’s dance, Johnny

But now he looks to the stars
Oh with an ache in his heart
For now the man who rocked the world
Is going home
He’s reaching up for a song
Oh but the music is gone
Because the man who rocked the world
Is going home

Spaceman blasting away into the big black sky tonight
Smiling, riding a trail of stardust home

Little Gangly Geeky strainin’ through ‘95
Left on the outside flyin far from the hive
He don’t fit in
Heart got a lesson from a stranger deranged
Said it’s ok man, it’s cool to be strange
Make a new spin
Seems so far away

And now I look to the stars
Oh with an ache in my heart
For now the man who rocked the world
Is going home
I wanna hear one more song
Oh let the music live on
For the man who rocked the world
Is going home

David Bowie dies at 69

The singer’s death was confirmed in a Facebook post on his official page: “David Bowie died peacefully today surrounded by his family after a courageous 18-month battle with cancer. While many of you will share in this loss, we ask that you respect the family’s privacy during their time of grief.”

Bowie’s 25 albums produced a string of hits including “Space Oddity,” “Changes,” “Fame,” “Heroes,” “Let’s Dance” and “Where Are We Now?” among many others.

His latest album, Blackstar, was released a week ago with at his 69th birthday, and had received widespread critical acclaim.

His last Music Video Lazarus and his little bit haunting.

Our best wishes go out to David Bowie’s family and friends.