"Funky Dory" as written by Martin Brammer, David Bowie and Gary Clark....
yeeeeeeeee
woooooo
oooooooo
(you can get what you want)
i want my love to be pretty pictures for me
(you can get what you wish for)
technicolour and super reality
(you can get what you need)
i need my life to be extraordinary
(you can get what you pray for)
glam slam

you're a work of pop art wana hang you on the wall
you're funky dory baby
baby that's all
you're a work of pop art wana hang you on the wall
you're funky dory baby
baby that's all


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"Funky Dory" as written by David Bowie Martin Brammer

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    General CommentI am disappointed in myself for only just realising that this song samples Bowie's 'Andy Warhol'.

    It's a fun song, though.
    sparklefaerieon February 11, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis is a great song, such a shame it didn't do so well in the charts (although means we treasured few can appreciate it!)

    I love the fact there is a Bowie influence on this song (including the name of the song as a take on his 'Hunky Dory' title), Bowie is class.
    Lailseaxon October 27, 2006   Link

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