In this slow guitar-driven ballad, Gallagher expresses his inner feelings of sorrow and guilt – perhaps hinting at the split with Noel Gallagher and the rest of Oasis…
“I’m sorry for the hurt, I’ll be the first to say I made my own mistakes.”
This song is the 5th song off Liam Gallagher’s upcoming solo debut album: As You Were. For What Its Worth certainly borrows elements of ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger‘, a song written back in 1997 by Oasis, a band which Gallagher started and was the lead singer of. Similar chords, structure, and pacing can be found in the two songs – however, this song is nevertheless a perfect choice for when you are chilling on the couch at home, or when you’re on a road trip, heading towards the sunset.
The lead singer of Oasis is back after many years of hiatus, and it releasing his debut album on Oct. 9, and this is the 3rd single of the album.
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