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Sunday Morning Call by Oasis is part of the album "Standing on the Shoulder of Giants" .

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Lyrics of Sunday Morning Call

here's another sunday morning call
you hear yer head a bangin' on the door

aquí está otra llamada domingo por la mañana
oye yer la cabeza de un Bangin 'en la puerta


slip your shoes on and then out you crawl
into a day that couldn't give you more
but what for?

deslizamiento los zapatos y luego fuera te arrastras
en un día que no podía darle más
pero ¿para qué?


and in your head do you feel
what your not supposed to feel
and you take what you want
but you don't get it for free

y en tu cabeza te sientes
lo que no supone su sentir
y se toma lo que quiere
pero no lo entiendo de forma gratuita


you need more time
because your thoughts and words won't last forever more
but i'm not sure if it'll ever work out right

usted necesita más tiempo
porque tus pensamientos y palabras no durarán para siempre
pero no estoy seguro si alguna vez te funcione bien


but it's ok
it's alright

pero está bien
está bien


when your lonely and you start to hear
the little voices in your head at night
you will only snip away the tears
so you can dance until the morning light
at what price?

cuando estas solo y empiezas a escuchar
las pequeñas voces en su cabeza por la noche
sólo se recorte de las lágrimas
por lo que se puede bailar hasta el amanecer
¿a qué precio?


and in your head do you feel
what your not supposed to feel?
and you take what you want
but you won't get it for free

y en tu cabeza te sientes
lo que no supone que tu sientes?
y se toma lo que quiere
pero no lo conseguirán de forma gratuita


you need more time
cos your thoughts and words won't last forever more
and i'm not sure if it'll ever work out right

usted necesita más tiempo
cos sus pensamientos y palabras no durarán para siempre
y no estoy seguro si alguna vez te funcione bien


but it's ok
it's alright

pero está bien
está bien


and in your head do you feel
what your not supposed to feel?
and you take what you want
but you won't get hope for free

y en tu cabeza te sientes
lo que no supone que tu sientes?
y se toma lo que quiere
pero no te espero de forma gratuita


you need more time
because yer thoughts and words won't last forever more
and im not sure

usted necesita más tiempo
yer porque los pensamientos y palabras no durarán para siempre
y no estoy seguro


if it'll ever ever ever work out right
if it'll ever ever ever work out right
will it ever ever ever work out right

si va siempre siempre siempre salen bien
si va siempre siempre siempre salen bien
lo siempre siempre siempre salen bien


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'Sunday Morning Call' is a song by English rock band Oasis taken from their fourth studio album, 'Standing on the Shoulder of Giants', and was released as the third and final single from it on 3 July 2000, peaking at #4 in the UK charts. The song is written and sung by Noel Gallagher, who took over lead vocal from brother Liam Gallagher on an A-side for the first time since 'Don't Look Back in Anger' in 1996.

Though the song has the same anthemic feel that popularised many Oasis songs, and departs from the psychedelic feel of 'Standing on the Shoulder of Giants', which had been poorly received by critics, it received a mixed critical reception. 'NME' described it as 'a dreary thing indeed', whereas Allmusic described it as a 'self-consciously mature departure from the group's usual ebullience... a deliberately mellow, mid-tempo [song]'.

The music video is a take on the Jack Nicholson film 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest', with characters resembling McMurphy and Nurse Ratched. It was filmed in an old mental institution in Vancouver, Canada and features Scottish actor James Cunningham, who has previously starred in the original play of 'Trainspotting'. Unlike the film, the video begins with the McMurphy character escaping his home and giving chase to the authorities, and ends in a football match. While the inmates celebrate a victory, Oasis are seen watching from the asylum window, and Noel Gallagher makes a 'wanker' hand gesture at Cunningham.

Although unconfirmed, there was widespread speculation at the time that the song was inspired by Noel's friend Kate Moss.

'Sunday Morning Call' was the first Oasis single to feature Noel on lead vocals on all the songs; frontman Liam did not perform on any of the songs.



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