What tongueless ghost of sin crept through my curtains? Sailing on a sea of sweat on a stormy night I think he don't got a name but I can't be certain And in me he starts to confide
That my family don't seem so familiar And my enemies all know my name And if you hear me tap on your window Better get on yer knees and pray panic is on the way
My pulse pumps out a beat to the ghost dancer My eyes are dead and my throat's like a black hole And if there's a god would he give another chancer An hour to sing for his soul
'cause my family don't seem so familiar And my enemies all know my name And when you hear me tap on yer window Yer better get on yer knees and pray panic is on the way
'cause my family don't seem so familiar And my enemies all know my name And when you hear me tap on yer window Then you get on your knees and you better pray 'cause my family don't seem so familiar And my enemies all know my name And when you hear me tap on your window Yer better get on yer knees and pray Panic is on the way Panic is on the way
Writer/s: NOEL GALLAGHER
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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J from Port Huron, MiNoel knows whereof he speaks.
Neil from Birmingham, United Stateshe dedicates it to potheads because the song is about kicking the drugs habit. he was probably lying in a crumpled shaking heap when he wrote this
Billy from Jo-burg, South AfricaI came across this song when i had my playlist set to random... i tried killing it by giving it a listen every day... still doesnt die. this is probably one of the best rock songs ever written, composed, recorded and performed... both the liam and noel versions. i can understand why he dedicated this to potheads everytime. it is such a song, really... gets you to zone out into nothing but planet oasis
Matt from Cleveland, OhChill song when ur higgggggghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
Schmitty from Vienna, Vanoel wrote this after he started getting panic attacks from his drug habits.
its pretty blatantly obvious that this is about a drug habit, especially when liam dedicates it to druggies every time
the Noel-sung version of this is great too!! seems more stripped down, not overly distorted guitars...although i do LOVE this song and how its just down right rock and roll
"Piano Man" was inspired by Billy Joel's time playing at a piano bar in Los Angeles. The "real estate novelist" was a guy who always talked about writing a book, but spent all his spare time in the bar.