Top Ten Most Uplifting David Bowie SongsI've covered The Beatles. I've covered Billy Joel. Time to tackle another one of my favourite recording artists.
The Top Ten
One of the best Bowie songs of all time, I think it is a classic and it can make you very happy.
Beautiful, inspires you and others around you. - Unicornkay
Greatest song of all time! - SomewhereInLondon
"I watch the ripples change their size, but never leave the stream of warm impermanence. And so the days float through my eyes, but still the days seem the same. And these children that you spit on, as they try to change their worlds, are immune to your consultations. They're quite aware what they're going through."
That quote is very special to me. - PetSounds
Another important and well done job, Mr Sounds - Billyv
This song heralds the arrival of a saviour for earth on Bowie's 1972 masterpiece, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars. - PetSounds
The best song ever. Uplifting. Beautiful pitch changes in the chorus, stunning lyrics... What more can you ask for?
I heard this in The Martian
From one of the best movies of all time, "Absolute Beginners" (I highly suggest you guys to watch that movie right now)
Especially for "absolute beginners" such as myself. - PetSounds
An amazing song, with such an emotion-jerking tune and composition...every time I just want to escape the world and be at peace with whatever I'm doing, I put on Life on Mars, and I just...drift on through life with this beautiful music in the background
It's perfect for all the times when you just need to escape this world. - PetSounds
"We passed upon the stair
We spoke of was and when
Although I wasn't there
He said I was his friend
Which came as some surprise
I spoke into his eyes
'I thought you died alone
A long, long time ago. '
Oh no. Not me.
I've never lost control.
You're face. To face.
With the man who sold the world."
Who knew that sheer, unadulterated weirdness could be so uplifting. - PetSounds
Ground Control to Major Tom... :(
Oh No Love, You're Not Alone
Bowie takes you on a cocaine-driven journey - NathanielJordon
Can't help but sing along
Despite its depressing message, I find this song remarkably liberating, and it always puts me in a good mood. Partially because it was my introduction to David Bowie. - PetSounds
To anyone reading this, for any fans of Queen out there, doesn't this slightly remind you of Innuendo
Very underrated very uplifting
One of the best songs from "Let's Dance"
Great song, gets me in a good mood. Personal favorite.