OASIS star NOEL GALLAGHER still feels like a working-class man who won the lottery because he's squandered so much of his wealth on things he may never use.
The lucky rocker found himself at the top of the charts and making millions just years after he was thrown out of school and relegated to life on building sites and on the dole.
He tells Billboard.com, "When we started off, we wanted the girls, the cocaine, the fur coats... we never got to the leather trousers though, thank God.
"It wasn't like an act, it was almost like working-class people winning the pools. We went bananas. I've got a fleet of cars I bought at that period, and I've never had a driving license, ever."
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