Album The Best of Loose Ends. Golden years, gold whop whop whop Golden years, gold whop whop whop Golden years, gold whop whop whop. Don't let me hear you say life's taking you nowhere, angel Come get up my baby Look at that sky, life's begun Nights are warm and the days are young Come get up my baby. There's my baby, lost that's all Once I'm begging you save her little soul Golden years, gold whop whop whop Come get up my baby. Last night they loved you, opening doors and pulling some strings, angel Come get up my baby In walked luck and you.
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Single by Loose Ends. from the album So Where Are You? B-side. 7-inch single, 12-inch single. Nina Hagen – Live recording from Fearless/Angstlos tour. Loose Ends – So Where Are You? (1985). SF Bay Area band Lifeunderwater covered the song during their live performances in the late 1980s. Marilyn Manson – Dead Man on Campus soundtrack (1998). Amberjack Rice, Walter Traggert and Breakfastime – Only Bowie (1995). Swell – Crash Course for the Ravers – A Tribute to the Songs of David Bowie (1996).
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Golden Years" is a song written and recorded by David Bowie in 1975. It was originally released in a shortened form as a single in November 1975, and in its full-length version in January the following year on the Station to Station album. It was the first track completed during the Station to Station sessions, a period when Bowie's cocaine addiction was at its peak. At one stage it was slated to be the album's title track.
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- Producer – Nick Martinelli
NotesPre-Release Promo copy
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