Bring It On Down

Album: Definitely Maybe (1994)
  • What was that sound ringing around your brain?
    Today was just a blur, you've got a head like a ghost train
    What was that sound ringing around your brain?
    You're here on your own who you gonna find to blame?

    You're the outcast, you're the underclass
    But you don't care, because you're living fast

    You're the uninvited guest who stays 'till the end
    I know you've got a problem that the devil sends
    You think they're talking 'bout you but you don't know who
    I'll be scraping your life from the sole of my shoe tonight

    Bring it on down, bring it down for me
    Your head's in a fish tank
    Your body and your mind can't breath

    Bring it on down, bring it down for me
    Your head's in a fish tank
    Your body and your mind can't breath

    You're the outcast, you're the underclass
    But you don't care, because you're living fast

    You're the uninvited guest who stays 'till the end
    I know you've got a problem that the devil sends
    You think they're talking 'bout you but you don't know who
    I'll be scraping their lives from the sole of my shoe tonightWriter/s: Noel Gallagher
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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