It's called me and me. "
Some might say what we do is crazy. I say those who do this for the wrong reasons are stupid. The others, well, that's the others. That's the ones who will look back to their youth ten years from now and think "fuck me, I was all about oasis at the time and I still am!". If we forget the fact that noel will be 52, it could happen. He said he'd stop touring at 40, and he's still here, now he says he'll stop at 50, maybe in 5 years it will be 60. Maybe not, but who cares after all. It is and will always be "our" band, and I think you know what I mean. Some will forget everything about it and it will go away as fast as it came, fashion thing, I don't know. Being able to feel the same way I feel while listening to them ten years from now, that would be enough. Because it would mean that I didn't change that much, that I still care about music, that I didn't lose what makes me who I am. 'Course I'm gonna change, and grow up. I just don't want to grow old inside. I don't want to forget about that and I think it's something I can do. Look at my dad! 54 and still mad fer it. Everything's possible. Can't say when it was exactly but I remember listening to Champagne Supernova and feeling something special everytime Liam said "Cannonball", and being amazed by his voice, I remember singing Live Forever with my crappy little voice even though I didn't understand a shit about what I was saying, I do remember making fun of Liam's way of walking and asking my dad if he had some back problem, and before oasis it was the beatles, first shock with the Yellow Submarine movie, I was like 6? What the fuck could I understand about it at 6?? I don't know, but it definitely awakened something, strong enough for me to remember it. My dad, as nice as he is, used to play Sgt Pepper, I loved to sing Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, and he sang it in french, fuckin funny when you think about it. First CD I bought, well it was my dad but I asked him to buy it, it was the "1" Beatles album. And I was ten. And I owe him everything.