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Oasis

Where Did It All Go Wrong?

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“Where Did It All Go Wrong?“ is a song by the British rock band Oasis, originally released on their 2000 album, Standing on the Shoulder of Giants. Written by guitarist Noel Gallagher, it is one of two songs to on Standing on the Shoulder of Giants that features him on lead vocals. In explaining why front man Liam Gallagher didn’t sing the track, Noel claimed that: “Vocally Liam just couldn’t get that one. The melody shifts quite a lot... Liam hasn’t got that dynamism in his voice.“ Noel stated that the song’s lyrics are about a circle of friends that he was involved with at one time in his life, as well as being semi-autobiographical. Although not released as a commercial single, the song was released as a radio-single in the United States, where the song received... Read on...

Song lines: ♪ And I hope you know that it's touch and go ... I hope the tears don't stain the world that waits outside ... It sticks around with you until the day you die

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