"Turn Up The Sun" as written by and Andrew Piran Bell....
I carry a Madness,
Everywhere I go,
Over the border.
And back to the snow.

So if you see me
And I look right through
You should not take it
As a reflection on you

Come on, turn up the sun
Turn it up for everyone.

Love one another
Love one another

The boys in the bubble
Want to be free
They got so blind
That they cannot see

Well I'm not your keeper,
I don't have your key.
I got a piano,
But I can't find the see

Come one, turn up the sun
Turn it up for everyone

Love one another
Love one another

Come on, turn up the sun,
Turn it up, for everyone

Love one another,
Love one another.

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"Turn Up the Sun" as written by Andrew Piran Bell Andrew Bell

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  • +2
    General CommentStomping Andy bell song. First 2 verses seem to be explaining himself to the band and how he is who he is. From then on in he's directly speaking about (and to) the two Gallagher's (boys in the bubble, they got so blind they can't see etc) then is telling them to turn up the sun and just love one another (for everyone to enjoy). He then suggests that he shouldn't need to babysit them when they argue/fall out (I'm not your keeper) and that only those two can sort out their (famous) problems (I don't have the key). Further reasons I feel this about the song, is the clever way bell has both brothers singing every single word together after the opening verses as if he is almost trying to force them to love one another like some weird musical therapist, as if some sort of mantra for them both will solve the problems. Genius if so. Great great tune always takes me back to summer 2005.
    Aurelia03on February 18, 2016   Link
  • 0
    General CommentGlad ive got the honour of sticking the first comment on for this song (unless some bellend is writing a comment right now..)
    Anyway, what a brilliant fucking song. First verse doesnt look that good on paper but when you hear the opening line you just know you got a great song.

    Was a bit scared this album would be shite, but this song has the same effect Rock n Roll star has on DM, just a brilliant first song for an album, gets you right up for it.

    Meaning? a bit different, seems like Liam is a moody fecker but is telling sdome bright spark to lighten up, not to take what he does as offensive and just keep smiling, light up everyone elses life because he cant do it himself.

    Ah fuck it I dunno the meaning, someone else can post that, this is just a brilliant sonmg. end of. (shame mucky fingers follows it...)
    dave_1987on May 16, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentA beginning of summer song, expressions of relief and welcoming? Great song, great album.
    GangOfSinon May 16, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti love this bloody band. i'm sad for the old lineup though. can't they all just get along?
    ijohnnyzon May 17, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentNice song im really suprised at how good the new oasis album sounds and im goin to the concert in july
    parabola 17on May 30, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI'm glad you all like the song. Before Oasis, there was a band called Ride. Andy Bell was the principal songwriter in that band. Andy Bell wrote this song "turn up the sun." Enough said. He is a great man.
    earthriseon June 03, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentgreat track on a very good album.. 9/10
    dodion June 15, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyeh i agree wif dave 1987 its a brilliant song opener for the album.. jus luv it :D
    their new album is great n i was worried at first cos i didnt think lyla was that gr8 but im a happy gal :D
    saladfingers99on June 23, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentCome on turn up the sun.... going to conert Thursday 1st December
    Festival Hall!
    macman2511on July 08, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song is great, so catchy!

    Love one another!
    Eatcarpeton July 11, 2005   Link

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