Las letras de Shakermaker
Artista: Oasis ,
Shakermaker por Oasis viene en el género Alternative Rock,General.
Fue puesto en libertad 15 Jun 2010
bajo la etiqueta de Big Brother.
Derechos de autor retenidas por 2010 Big Brother Recordings Ltd.
Etiquetas: Shakermaker letras de canciones gratis , Descargar Letra, youtube video of Shakermaker
Las letras de Shakermaker
I'd like to build myself a house out of plasticine
Shake along with me
I've been driving in my car with my friend Mr. Soft
Mr. Clean and Mr.Ben are living in my loft
Shake along with me!
I'm sorry but I just don't know
I know I said I told you so
But when you're happy and you're feeling fine
Then you'll know it's the right time
It's the right time
To shake along with me!
Me gustaría a mí mismo construir una casa de plastilina
Agite bien conmigo
He estado conduciendo en mi coche con mi amigo el Sr. suave
Don Limpio y Mr.Ben viven en mi loft
Agite bien conmigo!
Lo siento, pero yo no sé
Sé que dije lo dije
Pero cuando eres feliz y se siente bien
Entonces usted sabrá que es el momento adecuado
Es el momento adecuado
Para sacudir conmigo!
Mister Sifter sold me songs
when I was just sixteen
Now he stops at traffic lights
but only when they're green
cuando sólo tenía dieciséis años
Ahora se detiene en los semáforos
pero sólo cuando están verdes
Gallagher admits the lyrics are taken from the world around him, for example, a Shaker Maker was a popular toy in the 1970s, the character of 'Mr Soft' was taken from a Trebour Soft Mints commercial, which featured Cockney Rebel's song 'Mr Soft', 'Mr. Clean' is a song by The Jam, one of Gallagher's favourite bands, 'Mr Benn' is a British children's cartoon and the entire last verse - 'Mr Sifter sold me songs/When I was just 16/Now he stops at traffic lights/But only when they're green' - was written in a taxi on the way to the recording studio to record the song. Apparently, Liam Gallagher was pestering Noel to finish the song. At this point, the taxi stopped at the traffic lights outside 'Sifter's' (a record shop in Burnage, Manchester). Noel penned the lyric and it became part of the song. Noel used to frequent the store to buy old records before Oasis started releasing albums and Mr Sifter refers to the owner of the record store. Sifter told Noel to mind his words if he ever got famous. The song illustrates Noel Gallagher's habit of borrowing from the past: the chords are a simple twelve-bar blues progression and the melody for the verse was originally taken from 'I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing (In Perfect Harmony)' (the song made famous from its use on Coca-Cola adverts in the 1970s) by Roger Cook, Roger Greenaway, Bill Backer and Billy Davis. However, this led to Oasis being successfully sued for the unlicensed use by The New Seekers and they had to pay out $A500,000 (Australian dollars). When asked about the incident, Noel Gallagher said, 'Now we all drink Pepsi.'