D'You Know What I Mean? (оригинал Oasis). Ты понимаешь, о чём я? (перевод Mr Grunge). Step off the train all alone at dawn. Схожу с поезда один на рассвете. Back into the hole where I was born.
D'You Know What I Mean?" is a song by the English rock band Oasis. Written by Noel Gallagher, it was released on 7 July 1997 as the first single from their third album Be Here Now (1997). The song reached number one on the UK Singles Chart, the third Oasis song to do so. The single also claimed the number-one position in Finland, Ireland, Italy and Spain, and it reached the top five in New Zealand, Norway and Sweden
D'You Know What I Mean?" Step off the train all alone at dawn Back into the hole where I was born The sun in the sky never raised an eye to me The blood on the trax and must be mine The fool on the hill and I feel fine Don't look back cos you know what you might see. Look into the wall of my mind's eye I think I know, but I don't know why The questions are the answers you might need Coming in a mess going out in style I ain't good-looking but I'm someone's child No-one can give me the air that's mine to breathe
Official music video for D’You Know What I Mean? Directed by: Nic Goffey and Dominic Hawley. Release Date: 7 July 1997. Though I was born in 1997 and can’t remember anything about 1997-2000. Feels like I’ve must heard Oasis tunes from the radio when I was baby and somehow I remember them when I hear them.
All my people right here, right now D'you know what I mean? (yeah, yeah). I don't really care for what you believe So open up your fist and you will receive The thoughts and the words of every man you'll meet. Get up off the floor and believe in life No one's ever gonna ever ask you twice Get all the fuss and bring it all home to me. I met my maker, I made him cry And on my shoulder, he asked me why As people won't fly through the storm I said listen up now, we don't even know you're born.
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