Wild Thing – The Troggs
Wild Honey – Beach Boys
Real Wild Child – Iggy Pop
Wild Horses – Rolling Stones
Born to be Wild – Steppenwolf
Wild Child – Enya
Wild Child – Doors
Wild Wild Life – Talking Heads
Wild Wild West – Will Smith
Walk on the Wild Side – Lou Reed
Wild Fire – Michael Martin Murphy
Wild World – Cat Stevens
Wild Side of Life – Status Quo
Wild Night – John Mellencamp, Van Morrison
Wild Boys – Duran Duran
Near Wild Heaven – REM
Kings of the Wild Frontier – Adam Ant
Going Wild for You Baby – Bonnie Raitt
Wild is the Wind – David Bowie
Girls Gone Wild – Ludacris
Call of the Wild – Deep Purple
Running Wild – Judas Priest
Wild Flower – The Cult
Wild Hearted Son – The Cult
Wildside – Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch
Wild Ones – Flo Rida
Wild One – Green Day
Wild One – Darius Rucker
Who’s Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses
I’m sure there are others I have not listed …
Of course there is the great film ‘The Wild One’ with Marlon Brando
Why is it that I love songs with the word WILD in them?
Perhaps because they mostly have catchy tunes.
Perhaps because they symbolise a freedom from conformity and structure.
The opposite of order of which I tend to have in excess.
A feeling of breaking out.
Of tapping into my Wild Woman nature.