"World Outside My Room" as written by Liam Gallagher, Andy Bell and Gem Archer....
I wake up smiling in my little Eden
Pay no heed to the world outside
Take my medication and hide

Whose been smoking cherry cola
Somebody trying to live the dream
I rattle as I reach to dust the screen

Out the door it might be snowing
In my world its always June
I don’t believe in the world outside my room

Television and dusty windows
Fill my head with a happy tune
I don’t believe in the world outside my room
I don’t believe in the world outside my room

Life in here is a different tempo
Virtually comatosed
Sitting with the one I love the most

A sleeping dog deserves to lie
She don’t feel like a walk today
She just wants to sleep and play

Out the door it might be snowing
In my world its always June
I don’t believe in the world outside my room

Television and dusty windows
Fill my head with a happy tune
I don’t believe in the world outside my room
I don’t believe in the world outside my room

Tell me something I know already
No surprises for me today
I’m not ready, I’ve lost my way

Someday soon ill get off my sofa
Stop dreaming bout what might have been
Until then i’ll stay serene

Out the door it might be snowing
In my world its always June
I don’t believe in the world outside my room

Television and dusty windows
Fill my head with a happy tune
I don’t believe in the world outside my room
I don’t believe in the world outside my room

I don’t believe in the world outside my room
I don’t believe in the world outside my room

Outside my room
Outside my room
Outside my room
Outside my room


Lyrics submitted by Mgooy

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    General CommentThis is obviously about isolation and alienation.
    Somehow, everybody feels and has days like those explored in the song...

    It presents a good atmosphere, about a quite difficult subject...
    contesinion June 06, 2013   Link

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