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  1. About “Rebel Rebel” 2 contributors David Bowie’s single that did well in the UK (#5) and not impressed the US charts (#64) – but became a huge concert favorite and a staple on classic rock.
  2. Lyrics to 'Rebel Rebel' by David Bowie: You've got your mother in a whirl She's not sure if you're a boy or a girl Hey babe, your hair's alright Hey babe, let's go out tonight You like me, and I like it all.
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  4. 37 reviews of Rebel Rebel "Rebel Rebel specializes in organic wines, and has all sorts of unusual offerings by the glass. They're generous with their time and with tastings. A great place to hang--the space is cute AF--but even better if you're trying to up your wine game."/5(37).
  5. This song is about a boy who rebels against his parents by wearing makeup and tacky women's clothes. It was a defining song of the "Glam Rock" era. Characterized by feminine clothes and outrageous stage shows, Glam was big in England in the early '70s. Bowie had the most mainstream success of the glam rockers.
  6. "Rebel Rebel" is a song by David Bowie, released in as a single and on the album Diamond Dogs. A different version was recorded for US single release, featuring a funkier backing and looped backing vocals. Cited as his most-covered track, it was effectively Bowie's farewell to the glam movement that had made him a star.

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