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Queen Bitch - David Bowie

Queen Bitch

Hunky Dory
rock glam rock 70s classic rock glam

Glorious, sweet-paced tune from 'Hunky Dory,' perhaps the most rock-driven song on 1973 album. Bowie wrote the song in dedication to Lou Reed and, most notably, his work in the Velvet Underground. His style and voice delivery in 'Queen Bitch' has often been compared with Reed's unique and legendary sound.

David Bowie (b. David Robert Jones on 8th January 1947 in Brixton, London, UK, d. 10th January 2016 in New York, USA) was an English rock singer, songwriter, musician, and actor. Active during six decades of popular music and frequently reinventing his music and image, Bowie is widely regarded as an innovator, particularly for his work in the 1970s. Shortly after releasing his 25th studio album Blackstar, it was announced Bowie died on 10 January 2016, following an eighteen-month battle with cancer. Show more ...

Queen Bitch - David Bowie

I m up on the eleventh floor
And I m watching the cruisers below
My heart s in the basement
My weekend s
at an all time low
He s down on the street
And he s trying hard
to pull sister Flo

Cause she s hoping to score
So I can t see her
letting him go
Walk out of her heart
Walk out of her mind

She s so swishy in her satin and tat
In her frock coat
and bipperty-bopperty hat
Oh God, I could do better than that

She s an old-time ambassador
Of sweet talking, night walking games
And she s known in the darkest clubs
For pushing ahead of the dames
If she says she can do it
Then she can do it,
she don t make false claims
But she s a Queen,
and such are queens
That your laughter
is sucked in their brains
Now she s leading him on
And she ll lay him right down
But it could have been me
Yes, it could have been me
Why didn t I say,
why didn t I say, no, no, no


So I lay down a while
And I look at my hotel wall
Oh the cot is so cold
It don t feel like no bed at all
Yeah I lay down a while
And I look at my hotel wall
But he s down on the street
So I throw both his bags down the hall
And I m phoning a cab
Cause my stomach feels small
There s a taste in my mouth
And it s no taste at all

It could have been me
Oh yeah, it could have been me
Why didn t I say,
Why didn t I say, no, no, no