Hello

Album: (What's the Story) Morning Glory? (1995)
  • I don't feel as if I know you
    You take up all my time
    The days are long and the nights will throw you away
    'Cause the sun don't shine

    Nobody ever mentions the weather
    Can make or break your day
    Nobody ever seems to remember
    Life is a game we play

    We live in the shadows and we
    Had the chance and threw it away
    And it's never going to be the same
    'Cause the years are falling by like the rain
    It's never gonna be the same
    'Til the life I knew comes to my house and says
    Hello

    There ain't no sense in feeling lonely
    They got no faith in you
    But I've got a feeling you still owe me
    So wipe the shit from your shoes

    Nobody ever mentions the weather
    Can make or break your day
    Nobody ever seems to remember
    Life is a game we play

    We live in the shadows and we
    Had the chance and threw it away
    And it's never going to be the same
    'Cause the years are falling by like the rain
    It's never gonna be the same
    'Til the life I knew comes to my house and says
    Hello, hello (it's good to be back)
    Hello, hello (it's good to be back)
    Hello, hello (it's good to be back)
    Hello, hello, hello Writer/s: Noel Gallagher, Gary Glitter, Mike Leander
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
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Comments: 3

  • Lukas from Panevëþys, Lithuaniayou can hear wonderwalls intro in the begining.
  • Daniel from Rio De Janeiro, Brazilit actually just samples Gary Glitter, rather than was inspired by him.
  • Dave from Cardiff, WalesTRhe song is inspired by Gary Glitter's song "Hello (Its Good To Be Back)"
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