DAVID BOWIE : LITTLE WONDER [SONGS OF CHILDHOOD NOSTALGIA]

Ο David Bowie, πενηντάρης την εποχή του ‘Little Wonder’ [Earthling, 1997] παίζει techno και drum’n’bass, “κοντράρει” με μπάντες που έχουν τα μισά του χρόνια, και αναπολεί την παιδική ηλικία της καλλιτεχνικής του περσόνας…

David Bowie, in his fifties at the time of ‘Little Wonder’ [Earthling, 1997] plays techno and drum’n’bass, “competing” against bands half his age, lost in reverie about his artistic persona’s childhood…


Stinky weather fat, shaky hands
Dopey morning doc, grumpy gnomes
Little wonder then, little wonder
You little wonder, little wonder you
Big screen dolls, and explosions
Sleepy time bashful but nude
Little wonder then, little wonder
You little wonder, little wonder you
Enter galactic see me to be you
It’s all in the tablets sneezy bhutan
Little wonder then, little wonder
You little wonder, little wonder you
Mars happy nation sit on my karma
Dame meditation take me away
Little wonder then, little wonder
You little wonder, little wonder you
Sending me, so far away, so far away
So far away, so far away
So far away, so far away
So far away, so far away
So far away, so far away
So far away, so far away
So far away, so far away
So far away, so far away
Little wonder, little wonder you
Little wonder, little wonder you
Sending me, so far away, so far away
So far away, so far away
So far away, so far away
So far away, so far away
So far away, so far away
So far away, so far away
So far away, so far away
So far away, so far away
Little wonder, little wonder you
Little wonder, little wonder you
You little wonder, little wonder you
Little wonder then, little wonder
You little wonder, little wonder you

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  1. Dale August 23, 2020 at 4:30 pm

    Another one I didn’t know!

  2. Oannes August 23, 2020 at 11:38 pm

    Bowie revitalized his career in the ’90s, releasing some very interesting albums like The Buddha Of Suburbia, Outside, Earthling and above all, Hours [1999], a masterpiece reminiscent of the ones of the ’70s…

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