"My Big Mouth" as written by and Noel Gallagher....
Everybody knows
But no-one's saying nothing
And it's a sound so very loud
That no-one can hear
I got something in my shoes it's keeping me from walking
Down the long and winding road back home to you

Around this town you've ceased to be
That's what you get for sleeping with the enemy
Where angels fly you won't play
So guess who's gonna take the blame

For my big mouth, my big name
I'll put on my shoes while they're walking slowly down the hall of fame?
Into my big mouth you could fly a plane
I'll put on my shoes while they're walking slowly down the hall of fame?
Slowly down the hall of fame

I ain't never spoke to God
And I ain't never been to heaven
But you assumed I knew the way
Even though the map was given
And as you look into the eyes
Of a bloody cold assassin
Is only then you'll realize
With who's life you have been messin'

Around this town you've ceased to be
That's what you get for sleeping with the enemy
Where angels fly you won't play
So guess who's gonna take the blame

For my big mouth, my big name
Who'll put on my shoes while they're walking
Slowly down the hall of fame?
Into my big mouth you could fly a plane
I'll put on my shoes while they're walking slowly down the hall of fame
Slowly down the hall of fame (fame, fame)
Slowly down the hall of fame (fame, fame)

And round this town, you've ceased to be
That's what you get for sleeping with the enemy
Where angels fly you won't play
I guess who's going to take the blame

For my big mouth, my big name
I'll put on my shoes while I'm walking slowly down the hall of fame
Into my big mouth, yeah you could fly a plane
I'll put on my shoes while I'm walking

Slowly down the hall of fame (fame, fame)
Slowly down the hall of fame (fame, fame)
Slowly down the hall of fame (fame, fame)


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"My Big Mouth" as written by Noel Gallagher

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  • +2
    General CommentBe Here Now is a great album. At times a little long but the music is very good. Little more bass maybe for the songs.
    jhendrix516on April 26, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentLiam&Noel say..My Big Mouth- "Even I'm not interested in what I've got to say half the time. But 'I aint never spoke to God, and I ain´t never been to heaven´ - that´s about fans who think you´re on the phone to John Lennon and you have all the answers."

    mat2710on September 26, 2002   Link
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    General CommentOasis - "My Big Mouth" Be Here Now. Critically blasted for the past several years this album had more than a few gems on it and should be remembered as THE epitome of a coke album. How much blow would the band have needed to make this song and it's 26 tracks of squealing, stuttering, distorted, twisted, overdriven, vulgar guitars? Fucking feedbags of it hoovered straight to the dome. This band made me see that it was an acceptable goal in life to make the world and everyone in it my bitch.
    President Machoon December 19, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commentwho reckon's mat2710 is full of shit

    But this song is just about how someone spread a rumor and destroyed somebody else's life, reputation?
    macman2511on February 16, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentfirst impression - about spreading rumours.

    then thought it could be about the press and media, how they spread the rumours about the band
    lblake58on May 18, 2008   Link
  • 0
    My Interpretationi think this songs about sell outs..
    'where angels fly you dont play' - shame of disloyalty to image
    the hall of fame lyrics suggests that oasis have stuck to their true beliefs and have never compromised their image and this hall of fame is their distinction.
    'around this town you ceased to be... That's what you got for sleeping with the enemy' - sell outs forgotten possibly ... sleeping with the enemy being disloyal?
    it could be about rumours... but there is evidence to suggest its about sellouts

    jimzeron May 27, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentOasis got the inspiration for this song from The Smiths' song, "Bigmouth Strikes Again."
    midnytefoxon February 17, 2010   Link
  • -1
    General CommentI ain't never spoke to God
    And I ain't never been to heaven
    But you assumed I knew the way
    Even though the map was given
    I am a huge poetry fan...these are lines from an Emily Dickinson Poem...I am not sure which one..and they are not the exact words but you get the idea...i thought that was cool..it was kinda giving tribute to Emily..that rocks.
    Deathcab4Chrissyon June 13, 2003   Link

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