David Bowie: Modern Love Meaning
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Song Released: 1983
Modern Love Lyrics
anonymous Apr 3rd, 2018 4:34am report
The response of a romantic "fixer" who encounters a modern nihilist and refuses an encounter for love because modern love is baseless as it is the futility of love and the romantic must offer something higher of the spirit.
anonymous Nov 12th, 2016 11:57pm report
A thoughtful song by David Bowie[r.i.p] to ''dance away'' from the changes, when the pendulum ship swung way to ''the left'' and to high in ''Modern Love''. Wherefore the Protagonist felt and saw the signs of the pull exchange, turning it into a spiritual loss with some others that wanted to be taken to The Church on time and save it's soul or [mind]. Before it was to late in being swaded and becoming totally messed up by the reality of the false illusions of love that was created without God that was left far to ''the right''
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