"Word on a Wing" is a song written and recorded by English singer-songwriter David Bowie in for the Station to Station album, where it appears as the closing track of the LP's first side. Bowie admits that the song was written out of a coke -addled spiritual despair that he experienced while filming the movie The Man Who Fell To hortimasnimbphysumtudoledearifix.coinfo: Blue-eyed soul, art rock. David Bowie – Word on a Wing. In this age of grand illusion You walked into my life Out of my dreams I don't need another change Still you forced your way Into my scheme of things You say we're growing, Growing heart and soul In this age of grand illusion You walked into General CommentIn in "Sotrytellers" David said that years 4/5(2). David Bowie "Word On A Wing": "Word On A Wing" In this age of grand delusion You walked into my life out of my dreams I don't need another change Still you forced a way into my scheme of things You say we're growing Growing heart and soul "Station To Station" () Station To Station. Golden Years. Word On A Wing. TVC Stay. Wild Is.
Lyrics to "Word On A Wing" by DAVID BOWIE: In this age of grand illusion / You walked into my life / out of my dreams / I don't need another change / Still you forced away / into my scheme of things / You say we're growing, / growing heart and soul / In this age of grand illusion / You walked into my life / out. Word on a Wing is often seen as the quiet reflection coming after the polarity of first two tracks on the album: the darkness of Station to Station and the light of Golden Years, the first of which is often interpreted in a direct violent way, due in no small part to the entrance of ‘The Thin White Duke, throwing darts in lovers’ eyes’. But it is beneath this darkness, transgression and despair that the spark of light . David Bowie - Word On a Wing (Letra e música para ouvir) - In this age of grand illusion / You walked into my life out of my dreams / I don't need another change / . Sep 01, · Originally posted on 16 December , it’s “Word On a Wing”: Word On a Wing. Word On a Wing (rehearsal, ). Word On a Wing (live, ). Word On a Wing (live, ). Word On a Wing (VH1 Storytellers, ). With God he has very suspicious relations; they sometimes remind me of the relations of two bears in one den. Maxim Gorky, on. This song is by David Bowie and appears on the album Station to Station () and on the album VH1 Storytellers (). Wikipedia has an article on Word on a Wing In this age of grand illusion you walked into my life out of my dreams. David Bowie. David Robert Jones (8 January - 10 January ), known by his stage name David Bowie (/ˈboʊ.i/ BOH-ee), is an English musician, actor, record producer and arranger. A major figure for over four decades in the world of popular music, Bowie is widely regarded as an innovator, particularly for his work in the s.
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