Oasis- Wonderwall

Wonderwall, is a hit song by English Band, Oasis. The song is off their second album, (What’s the Story) Morning Glory?  and was written by Noel Gallagher, the band’s guitarist and main songwriter. While it is popularly believed he wrote the song about his ex-girlfriend, Meg Mathews; Gallagher has said in interviews with BBC Radio in 2002 that the song was about an imaginary friend that was going to “save you from yourself”.

The concept of  “Wonderwall” is based on a ’60s film called Wonderwall. It is about a man who becomes infatuated with a woman, so he slowly carves out holes in his wall, to watch her through them. Some claim that “Wonderwall” means a strong sense of love and or infatuation that you have for someone, where you can hardly stop thinking about them. It’s about that one person who has a special place in your heart.

According to Urban dictionary a Wonderwall is  “a barrier which separates the mundane from the Transcendent Reality. A true Wonderwall will always have a crack, or a slit or an opening which allows anyone a glimpse of what lies beyond the Wonderwall.”

I’m hopeful of this definition of a “Wonderwall”. I believe that some, if lucky enough, have experienced this extraordinary feeling of infatuation for an individual not even being able to understand why we ourselves feel this undeniable connection.

* (When I hear this song: The word faith comes to mind. No matter my mood, how shitty of a day, this song just gives me that feeling deep down in the gutter of my soul that it’s all gonna work out, reinforcing that whatever is is that your looking for, you’ll find some day, that is, if you haven’t found it yet)…..After all, we all hope to find that one person that will one day be the wonderwall that will indeed save us…., right?

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