Noel Gallagher has apparently admitted that he has started to forget song lyrics.
The former Oasis star, who is 56, shared that he is sometimes at a loss when it comes to remembering his next line and joked that he is looking forward to getting his mobility scooter.
According to reports, Gallagher made the comments during a chat on Matt Morgan’s Patreon podcast.
The star, who went on to form Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds after Oasis split, has been quoted as saying: “I’ve found myself on this tour consciously thinking, ‘What is the next line to this song?’
"It’s like, you’ve just got to think about it.”
“I can’t wait to get my mobility scooter, if I’m being honest,” quipped the music star.
Gallagher also said that he felt his “peak” was when he was in his 40s and that he has been feeling his age a bit more since he turned 50.
He said since the day he reached the milestone in 2017 it has “just been one thing after another”.
Gallagher was in Oasis with his brother Liam but they had a row before a gig in 2009 and things soured.
The Wonderwall singers split up and have been feuding for years.
There are often whisperings about possible reunions, and fans are desperate for it, but so far nothing has materialised.
Liam, who went on to perform as the lead singer of Beady Eye, once claimed that the pair were offered £100m to reunite and tour – but said that Noel said no.
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