David Bowie's single will do nothing to stop the world fretting about his health
It's the sound of a man who has most of his life behind him but he'll have one ambition left - to watch his beloved daughter Lexi grow up Where Are We Now?, his first new music for 10 years, appeared without fanfare yet before he had a chance to blow out those 66 candles it was number one in the download charts.
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Since: Nov 11
#1 Jan 11, 2013
I don't like the way Bowie is portrayed in this article, repeatedly being called an "old man". You say you hope he sticks around for many more birthdays, but then you also talk about him as if he's dying.
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