"While the Song Remains the Same" as written by and Noel Gallagher....
Hold that thought, don't let me go
We can dance beneath the fireflies on an empty road
It's a shame how a memory fades to grey
We let love get lost in anger, chasing yesterday

Find me a place where the sun shines through the rain
Find me the pleasure in the pain
While the song remains the same, let it go on and on and on

Take me back to the town where I was born
'Cause I'm tired of being a stranger and I'm miles from home
We can hide by a lonely windowpane
We can walk the streets of my life while they still remain

Find me a place where the sun shines through the rain
Find me the pleasure in the pain
While the song remains the same let it go on and on and on

Hold that thought don't let me go
We can dance beneath the fireflies on an empty road


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"While the Song Remains the Same" as written by Noel Gallagher

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    General CommentThis song is clearly about Manchester, Noel's place of birth. He once stated that he had written this song while on tour and he was so homesick. Best of the album for me.
    hendon April 26, 2017   Link

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