Modern Love

David Bowie

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I know when to go out
Know when to stay in
Get things done
I catch a paper boy
But things don’t really change
I’m standing in the wind
But I never wave bye-bye
But I try, I try
There’s no sign of life
It’s just the power to charm
I’m lying in the rain
But I never wave bye-bye
But I try, I try
Never gonna fall for
walks beside me
(Modern love) walks on by
(Modern love) gets me to the church on time
(Church on time) terrifies me
(Church on time) makes me party
(Church on time) puts my trust in God and man
(God and man) no confession
(God and man) no religion
(God and man) don’t believe in modern love
It’s not really work
It’s just the power to charm
I’m still standing in the wind
But I never wave bye bye
But I try, I try
Never gonna fall for
walks beside me
(Modern love) walks on by
(Modern love) gets me to the church on time
(Church on time) terrifies me
(Church on time) makes me party
(Church on time) puts my trust in God and man
(God and man) no confession
(God and man) no religion
(God and man) don’t believe in modern love
walks beside me
(Modern love) walks on by
(Modern love) gets me to the church on time
(Church on time) terrifies me
(Church on time) makes me party
(Church on time) puts my trust in God and man
(God and man) no confession
(God and man) no religion
(God and man) I don’t believe in modern love
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(Modern love)
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Modern love, walks beside me
(Modern love)
Modern love, walks on by
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Modern love, walks beside me
(Modern love)
Modern love, walks on by
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Never gonna fall for
(Modern love)
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I was mowing. I was working in the shop. I was upstairs, downstairs like a pro boxer; maybe even did a little electrical work—but no plumbing. Fuck plumbing. And this song? It got me. Look at that: 67 plays in one day. It’s a four minute song. That almost five hours of Bowie. Learn to love it.

Have a Heavy Play?

When you listen to a song over and over again, it can help you do some reflective listening. Because music is so tied to our emotions, Dr. Gregory Stovetop, says, the song you’re listening to might be getting you through a rough time, or even helping you get more in touch with what you’re feeling.

LEARN TO LOVE IT

Resident Dr. Gregory Stovetop at the 2015 Earthwork Harvest Gathering.

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