:(Kudos to Ryan Adams for his version which was perfect in the scene for the O. Despite what has been said about it's meaning I believe this is a love song all the way. Jammie mentioned the mix of this song, its called "boulevard of broken songs" and features boulevard of broken dreams with the wonderwall guitar chords underneath and interchanging vocals, a travis song, not sure which, and dream on Eden from Melbourne South Australia Mentioned Tripod, who do an awesome Oasis Medelly!
It is summing up how much he loves her and not being able to describe it in words. Tripod have done some other awesome send ups, and I recommend people look them up!
Its so amazing, the lyrics, the melody, the harmony.beautiful. And no, this song ISNT about Noel and his divorce from Meg Matthews. You have your dreams and your heros (Today's the day that their going to throw it back to you) and then you become an adult and realize that they are never going to throw it back to you.
Although Ryan Adams's version was pretty good too and sort of brought new meaning to the song in conjunction with love the original is a modern classic....
And Boulevard of Broken Dreams may sound like it being a musician I can say that sometimes you come up with a sequence of melodies that might be similar to an existing one but the pitch modulations determine its originality and so it's perfectly possible for Billy Joe Armstrong to have thought it up independently....
I always thought and I was sure that OASIS and especially the album WHATS THE STORY MORNING GLORY had been overrated. "All the roads we have to walk are winding." In the end you will find eachother at some place and some time in the future. by the way2, i bought a brand new guitar coz' i wanted to learn to play this song by meself. ) mad fer it Ryan Adams did a cover to this and I think it is sweeter.
Wonderwall Is a great song and I guess everyone has there own meaning for it but I like mines. It reminds me of somebody that I will always have in my heart. "Your my WONDERWALL punk." by the way, this and other few songs were sang in Electric Proms 2008 with Crouch End Festival Chorus.