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Liam Gallagher begs brother Noel to reform Oasis in heartfelt lyrics

After almost a decade since Oasis split, Liam Gallagher, 48, has penned a new track pleading with brother Noel Gallagher, 52, to get the band back together. 

Prior to the release of the new track, One Of Us, Liam shared the lyrics via his website.

Despite their long-running feud, which has seen the duo hurl numerous expletive-laden insults at each other, the rock n’ roll star has had a change of heart. 

Talking about missing his estranged older sibling, Liam discusses the former glory years on his upcoming record Why Me, Why Not? 

He sings: “Come on I know you want more, come on and open your door.

“After it all you’ll find out, you were always one of us, act like you don’t remember.

“You said we’d live forever, who do you think you’re kidding? You are only one of us, in time.”

Referencing Noel as “kid”, the song also features the line: “It’s a shame you thought you’d change, but you were always one of us.”

Liam may be waiting a while for an Oasis reunion as Noel admitted the band will never reform. 

During an interview with The Guardian, Noel said: “I’ve got one fatal flaw in my otherwise perfect makeup as a human being, which is I don’t forgive people.”

Discussing his brother’s solo career, the High Flying Birds frontman took a swipe: “I think it’s unsophisticated music. For unsophisticated people. Made by an unsophisticated man. 

“You can turn the Marshall amp up to 12 all you want and do a bit of glam, but Oasis words were about including people, everyone in it together.”

He added: “And what I hear from him is just a load of bile … angry nonsense.”

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