Produced by Reeves Gabrels & David Bowie. Thursday’s Child Lyrics
Thursday's Child è un brano musicale scritto da David Bowie e Reeves Gabrels per l'album 'hours. Come altre canzoni presenti sull'album, la traccia venne originariamente composta per la colonna sonora del videogame Omikron - The Nomad Soul (1999). e precedette l'album di circa due settimane.
Thursday's Child" as written by and Reeves Gabrels David Bowie. And I was Thursday's child (oh oh) Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, born I was. Sometimes I cry my heart to sleep Nothing prepared me for your smile Lighting the darkness of my soul Innocence in your arms Throw me down, ah. Throw me tomorrow, oh oh Now that I really got a chance Throw me tomorrow, oh oh Everything's falling into place Throw me tomorrow, oh oh Seeing my past to let it go Throw me tomorrow, oh oh Only for you I don't regret And I was Thursday's child.
Thursday's Child" is a song written by David Bowie and Reeves Gabrels for the album Hours in 1999. As with some of the other songs from Hours it was originally written for the computer game Omikron - The Nomad Soul from 1999. This was the first single lifted from Hours and preceded the album by two weeks. An error from EMI UK led to a moderate number of mispressed UK CD version 2 being released; most of which made it to the US retail and online CD market. UK CD version 2. "Thursday's Child (Rock mix)" - 4:27. We Shall Go to Town" - 3:56. This version also includes the full length "Thursday's Child" video in QuickTime format. Thursday's Child (Rock mix)" - 4:27.
Hours (stylised as 'hours. is the 21st studio album by English singer David Bowie. It was released on 4 October 1999 on Virgin Records. This was Bowie's final album for the EMI sub-label. Hours was the first Bowie studio album to miss the US top 40 since his 1972 album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars and peaked at number 47.
Much of the material that ended up on the album, including "Thursday's Child" was originally used, in alternate versions, for the video game Omikron: The Nomad Soul. David Bowie also had some input on Omikron's storyline and design, as well as making two cameo appearances within the game. American songwriter Reeves Gabrels was Bowie's songwriting partner here. The pair worked together regularly from 1987 to 1999, and were both in the band Tin Machine. One of their collaborations, the Earthling track "Dead Man Walking," was nominated for a Grammy award