I know its Gonna Happen Someday- David Bowie





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Published on Aug 22, 2008

Bowies brilliant cover from 'Black Tie white noise'

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bob bobble
This may not be the greatest cover but the song itself is a third rate 'Rock n Roll' Suicide' so Morrissey would have done well not to criticise it.
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I think this is the only weak song on Black Tie White Noise. It sounds like a cheap knock off of "A Change is Gonna Come". I'm glad its just a cover and Bowie didn't write it. Decent performance tho, Bow.
Not the best cover, but lights years better than his dreadful "God Only Knows" from 1984. For awesome covers by db see: "Cactus", "My Death" "Here today, Gone tomorrow", "Sorrow", It Ain't easy", waiting for the man, the drowned girl, nature boy.
I like Bowie, but he killed this song.
pipper titty
I used to love Morrisey but the bloke is turning into a right Diva these days. He is the King of gig cancellations and won't sing with a runny nose. He moans about everything in public. Someone needs to give him a snickers bar.
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Reint Boven
@anchorlove06 Yea, that was exactly the reason Bowie covered it. The Morrissey version wass produced by Bowie guitarist Mick Ronson, by the way.
40oz Mad Mohel'er
As Morrissey is the writer of this song, and David Bowie is just covering the song it shows how much Bowie is a fan of the writing of Morrissey. It's a great thing to see other so called stars it so much of Morrissey to cover his songs. Now if the rest of the industry would just pull it's head out of their butts and let people hear music, it would be grand indeed. Instead they will continue to line thier silk pockets with money made by the likes of Puff Crappy and J Simpson.
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this cover is nice, but morrissey's version is the one i fell in love with :3
Max Smith
Bowie covering Morrissey, I love it immediately .
Max Smith
Mozzer likes David Bowie's stuff in the 70's, Bowie has certainly changed since then. in his opinion (of which I agree) that era was his best musically. 
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