“Fall in Love With Me” by Iggy Pop 
1977 was a pretty good year for David Bowie. In between releasing both Low and “Heroes”, he collaborated on Iggy Pop’s first two solo LPs: The Idiot and Lust for Life. In fact, all four records were cut at the very same studio in Berlin. Bowie even co-wrote the famous title track to Lust for Life. The song that closed that album, ”Fall in Love With Me,” was an Iggy Pop love song. The full band, including David Bowie, shared songwriting credit because the groove developed from a jam session, but Pop wrote the lyrics himself.
Considering the overwhelming legacy of the punk explosion in ‘77, we shouldn’t overlook the series of records released by the trio of Brian Eno, David Bowie, and Iggy Pop that year. Each one of them stands alone as a masterpiece and taken together the amount of creativity and sheer talent on display becomes hard to comprehend.