London bye ta-ta Strange young town London bye ta-ta Brought me down Don't like your new face That's not nice Got to go far, far London bye ta-ta. Gigi, Gigi, Gigi, Gigi Take me away Gigi, Gigi, Gigi, Gigi Take me today The boys in the clothes shop Sold me curry for a pound His cardboard face is soggy And his sellings thorny crown. I loved her! I loved her! I've got to get away But I loved her! Oh-oh-oh London bye ta-ta Strange young town London bye ta-ta Brought me down Don't like your new face That's not nice Got to go far, far London bye ta-ta.
Bombers" is a song written by David Bowie. It was recorded in July 1971 and intended for the album Hunky Dory, but was replaced at the last minute by the cover "Fill Your Heart". A bootleg version backing "London Bye Ta-Ta" was also released in the early 1970s
London Bye Ta–Ta" (Stereo version) – 3:12 previously released on Sound + Vision, 2003. The Prettiest Star" (Stereo version) – 3:12 previously released on The Best of David Bowie 1969/1974, 1997. Conversation Piece" (Stereo version) – 3:06. Memory of a Free Festival" (Alternate album mix) – 9:22. London Bye Ta–Ta" (Alternate stereo mix) – 2:34. Ragazzo solo, ragazza sola" (Bowie (music), Mogol (lyrics)) (Full-length stereo version) – 5:14.
David Bowie released his self-titled debut album on June 1, 1967. Oddly enough, he released a handful of non-LP singles around this time - "Karma Man, "The London Boys" and "London Bye Ta Ta," among them - that were more suited to the pop and rock climates of the era. It would be two and a half years before Bowie released another album, also called David Bowie, but renamed Space Oddity in the . after the hit single that finally put him on the path of his legend. Every David Bowie Single Ranked. Next: Top 20 David Bowie Videos. Filed Under: David Bowie. Categories: Anniversaries.
This song is by David Bowie and appears on the compilation box set Sound + Vision (1989). London bye ta-taStrange young townLondon bye ta-taBrought me downDon't like your new faceThat's not niceGot to go far, farLondon bye ta-ta. Gigi, Gigi, Gigi, GigiTake me awayGigi, Gigi, Gigi, GigiTake me todayThe boys in the clothes shopSold me curry for a poundHis cardboard face is soggy,And his sellings thorny crown. I loved her!I loved her!I've got to get away,But I loved her!
First Appeared on David Bowie – London Bye Ta Ta b/w Bombers. Have: 3617 Want: 901. Notes.