Noel Gallagher surprised by THIS “kind” gesture from the fans, but the singer IS NOT happy?

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Many musicians in the industry have repeatedly thanked their fans for their endless support when singing their songs in public, however, it seems former Oasis member Noel Gallagher felt the exact opposite when he was caught in a group of fans while eating at a restaurant.

According Uproxxthe singer was spotted at a beachfront restaurant in Ibiza, Spain, where he spent quality time with his son and wife.

As seen in a viral video, people at the restaurant suddenly started singing along to the classic hit “Wonderwall” as Gallagher appeared to stare at them with no response.

There seems to be a problem because the singer is not a fan of “Wonderwall” despite being the songwriter.

In a previous interview with Mojo, reported by Ultimate classic rockthe singer admitted that the track was one of his “least favorite” songs from the group.

“”Wonderwall” is one of my least favorite songs because it’s not finished. If I could somehow twist time and go back to it, I’d probably pick another song for it. our business card. Probably ‘Some Might Say’.”

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The singer added that he was unhappy with all the songs on their second album “(What’s the Story) Morning Glory?” because it’s the only record they’ve never done a demo for.

“I was writing on tour and planned to finish the songs when I got to the studio, and we never had time to do that. ‘Cast No Shadow’ is half written. ‘Wonderwall.’ ‘Morning Glory,'” he added.

Elsewhere in the interview, he revealed how he started writing ‘Champagne Supernova’, saying he wrote it in London after partying.

At the time, Gallagher was mad because his guests have already left and there are bottles of champagne everywhere.

Despite having a successful career, he admitted that he sometimes regretted writing some of his works because it was about fame and drugs.

“I always think about the missed opportunity. Few people become the sole songwriter of the biggest band in the world and that’s your statement to the world. And I just said, ‘F*** it, it’ll be fine .'” he said.

Collected Oasis’ “Wonderwall” huge success in the mid-90s, as it became their first No. 1 hit on the Billboard charts.

They came back strong as their follow-up single “Champagne Supernova” also topped the charts for five weeks.

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