Friday, October 28, 2011

Noel Gallagher "Death of You and Me" Guitar Chords and Lyrics

I was a huge fan of Oasis in the mid-90s, once again thanks to the good taste of my lovely daughters! As a result, there are obout 30 Oasis songs on my Oasis guitar chords page.

I kinda didn't keep up with the later albums, but since hearing the first few songs from the debut album, simply titled "Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds", I have been re-converted. Noel and his new troupe of musicians combine the best of the melodic side of Oasis, without being 'Oasis-light' - there is still a rocky edge to the sound. Delighted to hear that the new tour ( currently in Ireland ) is really kicking up a storm, with fans and critics alike.

I've worked out the chords and lyrics for the first single from the album "Death of You and Me", which for convenience I have posted to my Oasis page (see above). Click on the link below to go straight to the page for the song:

Guitar Chords and Lyrics to "The Death of You and Me" by Noel Gallagher

Play along with the video above, or on YouTube at Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds "The Death of You and Me" on YouTube

You can check out the Noel Gallagher album and singles CD Universe - Noel Gallagher albums and singles

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guitar lyrics and chords said...

dear Murphy,
you have done a nice work with and I wish you to enrich your song database more. You might want to think of using the free software that can easily create lyrics and chords sheets and exports them to HTML for your site. This tool has been created for musicians that want to create a song database and I think it will best fit to your needs for lyrics and chord tab editing and HTML exporting.

Axis said...

Hey, I've got a guitar blog myself:

Was wondering if you'd be interested in being an affiliate?