Hot tramp I love you so


In 2008 I was 20, and I had been in an abusive, controlling relationship when a friend introduced me to David bowie. It was a turning point in my life. Never before had music touched me like his....I listened to album after album, amazed at how different it all was...and how perfect. It has shaped me into who I am without a doubt. Wherever I went, parties, weddings, birthdays, clubs, I would request bowie. My karaoke staple was rebel rebel. I felt like I'd discovered a new part of me. I was lucky enough to get tickets to the david bowie is exhibition at the Victoria and Albert museum in London a couple of years ago, and I can honestly say, apart from the birth of my daughters, this was one of the greatest experiences of my life. It brought to light just how gifted he was, and how much he has achieved in his life. It was a wonderful experience for a supefan like myself. A while later I got a david bowie tattoo that I designed myself, and I plan to get many more! I will never forget the day he died. I couldn't believe it. I didn't stop crying for three days. It sounds silly but you never think someone like David bowie will ever die...I still get a lump in my throat thinking about it.. His music and what he stood for has influenced and empowered people, and it will continue to forever. The week he died I visited the bowie mural in Brixton. I'm so glad I did, it was a wonderful and emotional experience. The atmosphere was magical, I will never ever forget it. Love you David xxx


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