Towards the end of the tour, we were singing “Changes” for the purposes of a sound-check. When we reached the chorus David stopped the band, walked over to Gui and me, and asked us to sing our part. We duly obliged. David doubled up with laughter. For two-and-a-half months we had been singing “turn and face the strain” instead of “turn and face the strange”. From then on, every time we performed that song David would stick his arse out towards us, which would make us both laugh and fluff the line even worse.
|—||Geoff MacCormack, From Station To Station: Travels With Bowie 1973-1976 (2007)|