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    • Sunday. According to astrology, people born on Sunday are lucky ducks. Their ruling star is the Sun, which typically means they'll be bright, creative, bold, and loud.
    • Monday. Monday is ruled by the Moon, which according to astrology, is a maternal entity rooted in dedication to kindness and family. In that vein, people born on Mondays are motherly, sensitive, adaptive, and kind.
    • Tuesday. In Greek and Roman mythology, Mars (or Ares) is the War God, and so people born on Tuesdays come with a fiery, fighting spirit. These folks are brave, impatient, energetic, active, and driven to succeed, sometimes to a fault.
    • Wednesday. Mercury is the god of finance, travel, and communication — you may remember his Greek counterpart, Hermes, as the sneaker-and-sunglasses-wearing god from the Disney movie Hercules — and so it stands that Wednesday's children are very communicative.
    • Traditional Meaning of ‘Far to Go’
    • Modern Interpretation of ‘Far Go Go’
    • Cultural References to Thursday’s Child

    Both positive and negative connotations have been associated with Thursday’s child over the centuries. The traditional meaning is associated with Thursday children having a long, successful life without limitations. Going far in life is typically viewed as a positive attribute with children having a lot of potential and talent.

    Modern interpretations for the meaning vary. Thursday’s child is sometimes associated with children having special needs or setbacks in life. This concept of “far to go” implies that children have obstacles to overcome. In the 1887 version of the Monday’s Childpoem published in Harper’s Weekly magazine, it is actually Thursday’s child “who works ha...

    Numerous novels have been written titled Thursday’s Child including those by authors Noel Streatfeild (1970), Sonya Hartnett (2000), and Monique Martin (2013). One of Eartha Kitt’s autobiographies...
    Several songs titled Thursday’s Child are recorded including those by Tanita Tikaram and most famously by David Bowie (1999).
    Television shows have featured Thursday’s Child including Murder, She Wrote and the series Road to Avonlea
    In the 1873 version of Monday’s Child, published in St. Nicholas Magazine, Thursday’s child is sour and sad.
  1. Monday’s Child poem is an old English nursery rhyme poem first recorded in 1838 Traditions of Devonshire. Numerous versions of the poem exist, with both positive and negative connotations associated with each day. Rather than a literal interpretation, the Monday’s Child poem is best used as a song to help young children learn the days of the week.

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  2. The official music video for David Bowie - Thursday's ChildTaken from Bowie's 22nd studio album 'Hours' released in 1999, which featured the singles 'Thursda...

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  3. " Thursday's Child " is a song recorded by David Bowie for his twenty-second studio album Hours (1999). Written by Bowie and Reeves Gabrels, the song was released as the album's lead single on 20 September 1999, by Virgin Records . Background and composition It was the first single from Hours and preceded the album by two weeks.

    • "We Shall Go to Town"
    • 20 September 1999
    • April–May 1999
    • Seaview Studio, (Bermuda)
  4. Sep 20, 1999 · [Verse 1] All of my life I've tried so hard Doing my best with what I had Nothing much happened all the same Something about me stood apart A whisper of hope that seemed to fail Maybe I'm born...

  5. Artist: David Bowie.Song: Thursday's child.Album: Hours.Lyrics:All of my life I've tried so hardDoing my best with what I hadNothing much happened all the sa...

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