Wonderwall By Oasis

Song meaning of Wonderwall by Oasis



Song meaning for Wonderwall by Oasis

"Wonderwall" by Oasis is a song about unrequited love and the hope that the person they love will eventually save them. The lyrics describe the narrator's belief that nobody feels the same way they do about their love interest, and their frustration at not being able to express their feelings. The chorus repeats the idea that maybe this person will be the one to save them, and they are their "wonderwall." The song is a classic example of Oasis' signature sound, with catchy guitar riffs and a sing-along chorus that has made it a beloved anthem for generations.

Funny song meaning for Wonderwall by Oasis

Ah, Wonderwall by Oasis, a classic tune with a rather delusional premise if you ask me. I mean, let's break it down, shall we? The guy is basically saying that he's been waiting for this one person to save him and be his "wonderwall". Sorry, mate, but Prince Charming ain't coming on his white horse to rescue you. And then he goes on about how all the roads they have to walk are winding, and the lights that lead them are blinding. I mean, come on, turn on your phone's flashlight and get over it, buddy. And don't even get me started on the bit where he says "there are many things that I would like to say to you, but I don't know how". Just say it, mate! Or write a letter or something. Don't rely on this person to magically guess what you want to say. Anyway, the song's catchy, so I'll give him that. But let's not encourage this delusional behavior, shall we?

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