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David Bowie's Best ranked songs on Billboard

This are the best songs of David Bowie on the ranks of Billboard.

Rank, Title, Hot 100 Peak Position, Peak Date
1, “Let’s Dance,” No. 1, May 21, 1983
2, “Fame,” No. 1, Sept. 20, 1975
3, “Golden Years,” No. 10, April 3, 1976
4, “Dancing in the Street” (Mick Jagger & David Bowie), No. 7, Oct. 12, 1985
5, “Blue Jean,” No. 8, Nov. 3, 1984
6, “China Girl,” No. 10, Aug. 27, 1983
7, “Space Oddity,” No. 15, April 7, 1973
8, “Modern Love,” No. 14, Nov. 12, 1983
9, “Day-In Day-Out,” No. 21, May 23, 1987
10, “Under Pressure” (Queen & David Bowie), No. 29, Jan. 9, 1982
11, “Never Let Me Down,” No. 27, Sept. 26, 1987
12, “This Is Not America” (David Bowie/Pat Metheny), No. 32, March 23, 1985
13, “Young Americans,” No. 28, May 10, 1975
14, “Changes,” No. 41, Feb. 1, 1975
15, “Absolute Beginners,” No. 53, May 3, 1986
16, “Tonight,” No. 53, Dec. 22, 1984
17, “Rebel Rebel,” No. 64, June 22, 1974
18, “I’m Afraid of Americans,” No. 70, Dec. 27, 1997
19, “Fashion,” No. 70, Jan. 10, 1981
20, “Starman,” No. 65, Aug. 19, 1972

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