Fade In-Out

Album: Be Here Now (1997)
  • (Said, let's go)
    (One, two, three, four)

    Get on the roller coaster, the fair's in town today
    You gotta be bad enough to beat the brave
    So get on the helter skelter, bowl into the fray
    You gotta be bad enough to beat the brave

    You fade in-out
    You fade in-out
    Without a doubt
    I don't see no shine
    Today is just a daydream
    Tomorrow we'll be castaway

    Comin' in out of nowhere, singin' rhapsody
    You gotta be bad enough to wanna be
    Sittin' upside a high-chair, the devil's refugee
    Is gonna be blinded by the light that follows me

    She fade in-out
    She fade in-out
    Without a doubt
    I don't see no shine
    Today is just a daydream
    Tomorrow she'll be cast away

    (Ah!)

    We fade in-out
    We fade in-out
    Without a doubt
    I don't see no shine
    Today is just a daydream
    Tomorrow you'll be cast away

    So get on the roller coaster, the fair's in town today
    You gotta be bad enough to meet the brave
    Get on the helter skelter, step into the fray
    You gotta be bad enough to beat the brave

    You fade in-out
    You fade in-out
    You fade in-out
    You fade in-out
    You fade in-out
    You fade in-out
    You fade in-out
    You fade in-out
    You fade in-out Writer/s: Noel Gallagher
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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Comments: 1

  • Ian from Pittsburgh, PaNoel was not too drunk too play on this song, noel has said he owed Johnny to get on a song and they were all hanging around the studio when Fade In-Out was written. im sure johnny was equally as drunk as noel.
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