"Blue Jean" as written by and D. Bowie....
Blue Jean, I just met me a girl named Blue Jean
Blue Jean, she got a camouflaged face and no money
Remember they always let you down when you need 'em
Oh, Blue Jean, is heaven any sweeter than Blue Jean
She got a police bike
She got a turned up nose

Sometimes I feel like
(Oh, the whole human race)
Jazzin' for Blue Jean
(Oh, and when my Blue Jean's blue)
Blue Jean can send me
(Oh, somebody send me)
Somebody send me
(Oh, somebody send me)

One day I'm gonna write a poem in a letter
One day I'm gonna get that faculty together
Remember that everybody has to wait in line
Blue Jean, look out world you know I've got mine
She got Latin roots
She got everything.

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"Blue Jean" as written by D. Bowie


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    General Commenthmm i have blue jeans.....now if i could only write songs like david bowie hmm
    dasquien!on May 08, 2005   Link
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    General CommentWhen I first heard the song I thought the line was "The whole human race is wearing blue jeans" and the song was some statement about conformity. I eventually realized that wasn't it...
    Bonehead XLon June 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentYou should have seen the 21 minute film called 'Jazzin for Blue Jean.' It explains it all.
    davidbowiefan1on October 01, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI agree with an earlier comment which refers to the "Jazzin' for Blue Jean" video, or rather, short film. (Back in the heyday of music videos where they were actually interesting and actually added something to the song.) Bowie plays both neurotic rock star and awkward regular Joe in it. He's obsessed with an "It" girl and wants to impress her, so he takes her to the rock star's show, trying to imply that he's friends with the rock star. Turns out, the girl already knows the rock star and leaves with him, making the regular guy look like a bit of a chump. "Blue Jean" sounds like an ode to a woman who's got a whole list of would-be suitors that she can wrap around her finger.

    This song's a great representation of Bowie's voice at that richer, deeper level. He practically purrs some of the lyrics.
    logistical24on August 04, 2009   Link
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    General CommentWow. That was funny but way off.
    BowieOwnsAllon January 11, 2005   Link
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    General CommentGee, I wonder if Dave was under the influence of anything here.
    Marcus7on April 08, 2006   Link
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    General Commentahahahhaahha
    wax butterflyon May 09, 2006   Link
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    General Commentaccording to me is about a girl in condictions the same of his (drugged) and in the song he speack about his hopes for the future "one day I'm gonna write a poem in a letter
    One day I'm gonna get that faculty together"
    dea*on May 05, 2007   Link
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    General CommentWhenever I heard this song on the radio the line that goes

    "One day I'm gonna get that faculty together"

    I always heard it say

    "One day I'm gonna get the fuckin thing together"
    zaqwert777on September 26, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI like this song a lot.
    David Bowie is an incredible sax player (saxophonist?)
    Anyway, is that him on the sax in this song
    Just wonderful.
    TheThornBirdson February 26, 2009   Link

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