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Faster Than A Cannonball: 1995 and All That

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He is talking about the fact that he is different-- more mature now, and he believes it is because he is destined for great things "special people".] Blake from Manchester, TnMy favorite song from my favorite band. Liam's best vocal work hands down and Noel's most surreal writing. Jim from Long Beach, CaThis song is simply about drugs. There are a lot of references to drugs. A great song... Perttu from JyväskyläIn slang "Cannonball" is mix of inhaling some weed smoke and holding it while drinking whiskey or other strong alcohol. I think it might be one of Gallagher's hidden meanings. Very nice and peaceful ballad anyway, I love it. Quite surrealistic sounds at the beginning and hazy solo. Melodies are wonderful, lyrics are a bit difficult to understand.

Faster Than a Cannonball: 1995 and All That by Dylan Jones

Olivia from Perth, AustraliaI read a recent interview with Noel + Liam in an Uncut magazine, and Liam says that Champagne Supernova is about drugs. Noel also says that he never worries/thinks about the lyrics, they're not as important as the music to him, except for songs like "Live Forever" How many lives are living strange`= People live different lives depending on the roles they play. Mothers/Fathers who are raising children most times live differently then single folks. The single folks might feel the parents life is strange and vice versa. It doesnt make either one of them wrong or right, it just makes it different. Perhaps Gallagher's logic is simply posing that fact that there are people out there living their lives the way they choose thouch society might think it 'strange' Someday they will see that you can be in the top of the world it was like when you feel down and when you get motivated you want to show em' something. something you can feel your proud of. they will see that you can do something and that one day your dreams can come true Nana from Indianapolis, InAs I began driving to my home away from the driveway of the man I love...this song happened to come on the radio. I've always enjoyed this song but never analyzed what the message or meaning was/is. I had just pretty much poured my heart out to this man that I love him and want a chance with him. He didn't tell me yes or no but we talked about our past relationships and how we've grown/hurt/dealt with them. He and I have known each other going on 6 years so for me: `How many special people change` = People who are special to you in your life whether blood, friend, comrade, or lover....they may change. For better or worse, change in them may come. You might be part of the change and always stay connected the way you were at the onset of the relationship, and then again, maybe not. Ben from Whittier, CaDIANA , karine oasis is way better that u2 just becuse they sold out like hell and they look greatBy his own account in Supersonic, younger brother Liam had not much interest in music. Then, “during his teens, he suffered a blow to the head with a hammer from a student at a rival school, which he credits with changing his attitude towards music. Alibi from Milwaukee, WiWell, I've decided... this song is all about vampires!.... Defiantly vampires. It represents the aftermath of days growing up as troubled teenagers. Love, music, drugs, and dreams. All incorporate. Maybe it's just the way the song is performed, but crawling under the landslide seems to symbolize how some of us take chances that we know will fail in a confusing society. Either way, I love this song.

Champagne Supernova by Oasis - Songfacts

There’s been some stupid right wing propaganda – I’ve been reading things about how the last election (in NZ and USA, they were around the same time last year) was the last chance to stave off socialism. I’d argue that both governments are fine, but way too centrist and need to push left to deal with crises. Stand up beside the fireplace, take that look from off your face/You ain’t ever gonna burn my heart out.” The band went into the studio with a shitload of great Noel-written songs and a ton of raw energy. For all that, they couldn’t get that raw sound they got on stage and eventually wound up playing “live” in the studio. I know a girl called Elsa, she’s into Alka Seltzer/She sniffs it through a cane on a supersonic train.”

Rahul from Ottawa, CanadaStop comparing Oasis to the Beatles for God's sake. It's just a ridiculous comparison. Both bands are legends in their own right. Ashley from Moncton, CanadaI really hate how whenever this is on the radio they always cut it short Although she does not try to seem so magnificent/intelligent, "Slowly walking. . ." it comes out anyway-- however slow she may be, she is still "faster than a cannon ball" by comparison to those around her.]

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