David Bowie: Wild Is the Wind Meaning
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Song Released: 1981
Wild Is the Wind Lyrics
kooljohn176 Jan 24th, 2016 1:14pm report
Bowie's performance was amazing to bring the raw passionate emotions on this song ''Wild is The Wind'' to a higher level that inspired him and respected the one and only NINA SIMONE called ''The High Priestress of soul'' and jazz that covered this song first. It was written by Dimitri Tiomkine and Ned Washington to be first recorded by Johnny Mathis in 1957 movie by the same name. A great song that fused our primordial hungry need for love that is starving and clinging to the family tree that is in need and moved by the wind that moves life to be balanced within the senses in what the coming cycles bring in the wild and natural nature that is in our heart and soul also to relate with gentleness and feel free to love and be loved in the wild wind.
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