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Wonderwall, Noel Gallagher

Noel Gallagher wrote Wonderwall in 1995, convinced that to achieve popular success he would need to write songs with universal appeal and engaging choruses. When the album (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? was recorded, tension was high between the two brothers, who already had problems getting along. Noel would later say that the song speaks to an imaginary friend who was going to turn up and save him from himself.In 2010 the UK radio station XFM ranked Wonderwall as the third best British song of all time.

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Noel Gallagher wrote Wonderwall in 1995, convinced that to achieve popular success he would need to write songs with universal appeal and engaging choruses. When the album (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? was recorded, tension was high between the two brothers, who already had problems getting along. Noel would later say that the song speaks to an imaginary friend who was going to turn up and save him from himself.In 2010 the UK radio station XFM ranked Wonderwall as the third best British song of all time.

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Noel Gallagher wrote Wonderwall in 1995, convinced that to achieve popular success he would need to write songs with universal appeal and engaging choruses. When the album (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? was recorded, tension was high between the two brothers, who already had problems getting along. Noel would later say that the song speaks to an imaginary friend who was going to turn up and save him from himself.In 2010 the UK radio station XFM ranked Wonderwall as the third best British song of all time.

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