Pink Floyd - When The Tigers Broke Free Lyrics




It was just before dawn
One miserable morning in black 'forty four.
When the forward commander
Was told to sit tight
When he asked that his men be withdrawn.
And the Generals gave thanks
As the other ranks held back
The enemy tanks for a while.
And the Anzio bridgehead
Was held for the price
Of a few hundred ordinary lives.

And kind old King George
Sent Mother a note
When he heard that father was gone.
It was, I recall,
In the form of a scroll,
With gold leaf adorned,
And I found it one day
In a drawer of old photographs, hidden away.
And my eyes still grow damp to remember
His Majesty signed
With his own rubber stamp.

It was dark all around.
There was frost in the ground
When the tigers broke free.
And no one survived
From the Royal Fusiliers Company Z.
They were all left behind,
Most of them dead,
The rest of them dying.
And that's how the High Command
Took my daddy from me.





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  1. Nachuak

    I can't believe David Gilmour and the rest of Pink Floyd didn't want this on the album. This was the best song of the entire movie.

  2. Beverly Mandahl

    the command to keep the men in position was not a bad one. lots of dads died in the war. some needlessly, others heroically, depending on the cynicism of the person you ask.


    just like syd and your dad you have to feed on the suffering and glories and pains of those not your own, roger. fucking poets, man. the world would be better without them sometimes.


    great song, though.

  3. Sinan Serpen

    A great song from the greatest band of the human kind.

  4. keldodk

    I’m 50, and I miss my dad, and he is not even dead....

  5. Alejandro Favre Podstavka

    This is powerful to a T...

  6. David W Warren

    one of the best films ever

  7. Terry Tyler

    only there to strike

  8. spicy pupbun

    anyone else seeing donald trump wall ads?😁

  9. rp g

    the wall is the soundtrack of my life

  10. Komando

    You can hear how angry Waters is in this song.

  11. Mr. Broski

    Daddy ded

  12. Tommy Solo

    Died for Italy's and Europe's freedom. Against nazifascists. Forever. Thank you Eric...

  13. Retro Raccoon1972

    Who knows what song young Pink was whistling when he walked into his house and made some toast with jam?

  14. Kathleen Woolever

    I love this song...gives me gooseflesh ;)

  15. kaymon #7am Jedi myth

    And that's how the high command! Took my daddy ....from me!🇬🇧

  16. Robyn Curry

    When I first heard this it was very hard to get,wasn't on any of their albums,eventually got it on single,love the extraneous noises with floyds stuff, Jo curry dublin

  17. Scott Kenney

    My mother told me not to watch this movie. My father sat down and held me as we watch it together. I love them both

  18. Thomas vilder

    they were all left behind…. most of the dead… THE REST OF THEM DYING !!!!    ITS SO SAD...….

  19. Tier Two Tactical Productions

    What movie is this?

  20. MrAitraining

    The Brilliance of Roger Waters.

  21. Mark Wira

    My Dad was an Operation Shingle survivor. He just turned 94. Many of his friends stayed behind.

    V8 King

    Beautifully put. Ive never it put that way before.

    Vacant Lights

    Damn...

  22. Re Carpenter

    “He signed it with his own rubber stamp” meaning he knew he would be signing a bunch of letters and deep down he didn’t care, but he knew he had to make himself look good.

  23. Cosmo Captain

    My mother's father served in the 57th bomb wing stationed in Africa during WW2. Although he was in the Air force. He did see
    combat. He was wounded. But, survived and came home after the war. He became ill and died years later from complications from his war injuries.
    RIP Joseph Terrell Nichols.
    " keep em' flying"
    I would have loved to have met you, Grandfather. I'm very proud of you.

  24. Bryan Angel

    ... for a while

  25. Rich Tube

    4:15 What does it say on the scroll?

    The Researcher

    "G VI R
    This scroll commemorates
    2nd Lt. J.A. PINKERTON, Royal Fusiliers
    Held in honour as one who
    served King and Country
    in the World War of 1939-1945
    and gave his life
    to save Mankind from Tyranny
    May his sacrifice bring Peace and Freedom
    for which he died."

  26. JRL24

    War orphans were a real problem up until like a generation ago, God willing it will not be a major problem again. . .

  27. Kevin Tate

    So many were lost in that war. It saddens me to see how far governments and people will go. Maybe someday we can all live in peace. Roger lost his father before he even knew him and that makes it even harder. I understand his anger but he is angry at England and not the monsters that killed so many. I still understand it though. I lost my father when I was 6 and it is rough.

  28. Suzanne Evans

    D a d d y D i e d

  29. Simon Yip

    I wonder how many people around the world today, and throughout history, also have similar stories.

    The story of losing a parent in a war, and how the events that take place on a faraway battlefield can effect the children, the partners, the parents, siblings and the many other family members and friends of lost soldiers, for a lifetime after the fighting has ended.

    There must be massive numbers of people who are now adults or maybe very elderly, who have had to live with the consequences of wars, that took place many decades ago.

    The children of the troops who died in the Second World War and Korea and Vietnam are now middle aged and senior citizens, but their lives were changed forever the minute that their family member died, and those losses still reverberate today.

    The old saying goes something like 'there are no winners in war..' and this song really hits home how true that actually is.

  30. Nachuak

    Possibly the most omnipotent and puissant song of the 20th century.

  31. Christopher Helka

    It's sad that Roger Waters lost his father during the Second World War. God bless all the brave men and women who served. Rest those who perished and thank those who survived.

  32. Maedalua Lua

    Esse vídeo de Pink Floyd é pra viajar 💋❤💕🎧🎸🎶

  33. Vital Signs

    Really sad to watch this vid while an ad's comin up for computer war games

  34. merlin adams

    All you war munger's out there, Trump, Putin etc: should take note of this & think on.

  35. Bas Koning

    3:24 One of the saddest moments

  36. Cam *

    My favorite scene in the whole movie, and it gave me chills listening to it while on a train crossing the countryside up to Scotland.

  37. Large Marge

    "My eyes still grow damp to find his majesty signed with his own rubber stamp." A brilliant way to describe how elitists can care so little for someone's life. So little that they won't even take the couple seconds it takes to actually sign their name on a death notification.

  38. peter mcm

    roger waters is a legend love this song

  39. Wade Watson

    This is indeed the most unique band in rock history.

  40. Николай Кузьмин

    Он рос поцаном, а его отец погиб на войне и все... А Русские пацаны воевали с оружием в руках с 5 пяти лет

  41. frere jacques

    Powerful

  42. Brian Griffin

    My version of when the tigers broke free


    When Germany Broke War
    By my band River

    It was a cold winter morning
    In old thirty nine
    When all the sirens blew
    Which meant the Germans has started a war.

    The bombs dropped all around the states
    With the screams of panic went around the city
    Brought darkness through the whole town
    Which scared us people to death.

    With German planes over the ranches
    It killed us all to see them again
    With a few planes zooming like jets through the skies
    Which our teachers sharpened us with lies.

    The war wouldn’t stop
    It was just like the purge
    That wasn’t until I noticed a sign
    That read it’s World War II
    And Germany was getting revenge
    For something we haven’t done.

    With the air raids
    And the children all bloody
    We couldn’t do anything at all
    To stop this madness
    So we had to hide in a abandoned mall.

    How we prayed, how we gave
    To someone to help us dig a grave
    Cause I knew we were gonna die.

    We prayed through the night and day
    That we will rather be buried in hay
    Or that a solider would let us be saved.

    Written By
    My friend Austin

  43. David Warren

    This Movie deserved an Academy Award, for Design, Editing, Production, Cinematography, and Direction as well as the obvious music

    Jonny Ballgame

    The Academy didn't deserve Pink Floyd!

  44. Mike Garrison

    Besides the amazing music and one heck of a screenplay and cinematography, I fiund interesting, was that Bob Geldof didn't like Punk Floyd (or so he said in one of his books (Is That It) which by way is one of the best written book I have ever read). Anyway this song and Mother and Bring the Boys Hime and Comfortably Numb and... shite, all if them are my favorite.

  45. nobrubend

    Onore a i caduti onore al mio papa che ha combattuto in Anzio

  46. MrSevillian

    "And the Anzio bridgehead was held for the price of a few hundred ordinary lives". So poignant and poetic. Roger at his best.

  47. Janik

    Watching this on 11/11

  48. CarazyDiamond

    When I watched the movie, I never wanted to leave the home. It really had a deeper impact on me. Perhaps because I new Pink Floyd since the beginning, really don’t know how a new person would feel having no back ground of Pink Floyd/ Roger Waters and the Wall itself

  49. randall scott burress

    I?M STILL HERE*

  50. randall scott burress

    CAUSE AND EFFECT

  51. randall scott burress

    CAUSE AND EFFECT

  52. Tim Shields

    I get goosebumps every time I listen to this, even after 30 years. Amazing!

  53. Curious Clutch

    Young men dying for absolutely nothing.

  54. ozymandias_NIK

    Sadly, my dad was a piece of shit. My sons will not have that problem.

    I am grateful for having returned.

  55. Michael

    still gives me chills as it did the day the movie came out. the wall is my favourite movie of all time, favourite album in close competition with dark side of the moon. if this isnt musical genius then i dont know what is.

  56. Irineu Rodrigues Pereira

    Fantásticos.😇

  57. Irineu Rodrigues Pereira

    Linda.musica.adoro.

  58. Ludwig Arcache

    very low volume cant hear anything

  59. CrazyBear65

    My dad and my uncles were all in the war, fighting in different theaters. They all came home, but none of them was ever quite sane anymore. They wouldn't regale us with war stories, they didn't even discuss it among themselves, far as I know. I remember one of my uncles used to say, "War is hell." My dad kept his helmet with the bullet hole thru it, the bullet only grazed his head. He also held onto a handful of buttons and pins that he took off the uniform of the German sniper he killed. By the time I came along, that stuff was all in a box in the attic. My grandfather fought in WW1, my dad in WW2, my cousin in Vietnam, and my war would've been Desert Storm, except a bike accident left me 4f, so no war stories for me to talk about either. I saw The Wall when it first came out, and yes, it's definitely more intense when you see it tripping.

    Paul Naylor

    CrazyBear65 I have a relative who was at St Nazaire. When my dad was a kid and asked about it, his reply was always “Nowt to do wi thee”. He drank a lot of rum to forget about it, became an alcoholic...

  60. Bryan Bentley

    Imagine the ways this movie could be implemented into our secondary school system to spark a teenagers mind.So intellectual,emotional and genuine.

  61. Jai Bhimadevi

    The text of the scroll:
    G VI R
    This scroll commemorates
    2nd Lt. J.A. PINKERTON, Royal Fusiliers
    Held in honour as one who
    served King and Country
    in the World War of 1939-1945
    and gave his life
    to save Mankind from Tyranny
    May his sacrifice bring Peace and Freedom
    for which he died.

  62. Matthew Paluch

    RIP Eric Fletcher Waters, 
    fusilier serving with Company C, 8th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) of 167th (London) Infantry Brigade, 56th (London) Infantry Division. He was father of Pink Floyd's bassist and songwriter Roger Waters, was killed during Operation Shingle at Anzio.

    Bob Low

    The Bankers use the Media to brainwash us into believing we have enemies. Which we really don't... except for the Bankers.

    Bob Low

    It's time to ….. fuk the bankers

    Agfd

    @first_name it has no truth value, it's a speculation, but more importantly, it's insensitive.

    Rick Molton

    I heard that Roger was about the same age as his father Eric, when he lost his dad in WW1

    William Darkhölme

    To Eric Waters. He fought his family and country and for God. His body may be gone but his soul and memory is eternal. He served his country well. In the words of the late R. Lee Ermy: today you people are no longer maggots you are now Marines you're part of the Brotherhood so from now on until the day you die every Marine is your brother . Most of you will go to Vietnam some of you will not come back but remember this the Marine Corps lives forever which means you will live forever. Rest in eternal peace Eric Waters.

  63. mrobertson188

    beings tears. true art.

  64. plumbherhub

    No one survived from the royal fussalirs company c. They were all left behind most of them dead the rest of them dying. So Manny questions about that line.

  65. ExpatToAustralia

    Personal favorite.

  66. Martin Otto

    will i ever break free??????????

  67. Rays woodshop

    I am surprised this hasnt been yanked down because of copy right laws. My video of Pompeii was.

  68. Greg

    From what I understand, this was cut from The Wall because it was too autobiographical for Waters.

  69. Pr Cr

    shame on any dislikers

  70. 15seconds99

    five shot webley .45

  71. Adrian Beck

    my up bringing was mirrored with this song...I had no Dad....watching this movie part...only this part...make me cry...I am 48....I have cried since I saw this...

  72. Keith Barlow

    These have got to be among the most heart wrenching lyrics ever written,the passion and sadly the truth he spits out at the very "people" these lyrics are about give me goose bumps.Pure genius pure anguish.

  73. Cam *

    One of the best scenes from this movie

  74. Nestor Villarreal

    Such a relief for kids without father.

  75. Catalina Astorga

    This song is so amazing. I can feel the pain of the war just with hear it

  76. W Morris

    I wonder if William and harry have heard this or if they are too high and mighty to reply with their own rubber stamp.....god save the queen

  77. yazz444

    Well done!!!

  78. Lucio Etchamendi

    Roger is PF and those shitty albums that produce Dave are a shame.

  79. Skye Parker

    i cant listen 2 this and not cry

    julian davies

    neither can i

  80. Dillon Kinder

    it's funny this song is in The Final Cut but this movie include it's soundtrack was released one year before that album's release.

    Cristian Montanares

    Some songs in The Final Cut album are those who was not included in The Wall.

    GroovingPict

    it wasnt on The Final Cut until comparatively recently... it wasnt on the original album

    Retro Rabbit

    It was originally written for the album "The Wall" but Roger felt it was too personal for that album and held it back, it was later added to the film to help tell the story of young Pink.

  81. Travis Bickle

    "Look Mommy, there's an airplane up in the sky..." did did did you see the frightened ones... did did did you hear the falling bombs... did you ever wonder why we had to run for shelter, when the promise of a brave new world unfurled beneath the clear blue sky...

  82. Travis Bickle

    MASTERWORK. EPIC, LEGENDARY SONG WRITING.

  83. Travis Bickle

    and the Anzio bridgehead was held for the price, of a few hundred, ordinary lives... they were all left behind, most of them dead, the rest of them dying... and no one survived, from the Royal Fusiliers, Company Z!😖 and that's how the high command, took my Daddy, From Me!😖

  84. maisie dawson

    makes me cry

  85. Nick Taylor

    And kind old King George sent Mother a note when he heard that Father was gone. It was I recall... in the form of a scroll, with gold leaf and all. And I found it one day in a drawer of old photographs hidden away. And my eyes still grow damp to remember that his Majesty signed with his own rubber stamp.

    frere jacques

    @Buster Dylan What ? Command sent Mom a "beautiful" letter - ADORNED with gold leaf to let her know of the death of her husband. The lyric - google it - is "sent mother a note with gold leaf adorned." Your lyric "gold leaf adorned not all all" is more syllables than is hear in the song.

    frere jacques

    @Oracles Of The Awakening True. But check this : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YW-h4FhF3Ao.

    "Did you leave a wife or a sweetheart behind
    In some faithful heart is your memory enshrined
    Although you died back in 1916
    In that faithful heart are you forever 19
    Or are you a stranger without even a name
    Enclosed then forever behind a glass frame
    In an old photograph torn, battered and stained
    And faded to yellow in a brown leather frame."

    fleetstreet11

    @Captain Howdy German Panzer tanks

    Ian Taylor

    @Buster Dylan the lyric notes that come with 'echoes the best of pink floyd' show the lyric as "with gold leaf and all"
    I bought the single when it came out and have always thought it was 'and all' - just saying.

    Laban Warner

    I thougjt ir was gold leaf adorned but i could be wrong

  86. realityglitches

    This song is also on the later releases of 'The Final Cut. Requiem for a Post-War Dream'. If you haven't heard that CD and you like this song, then take the time to give it a listen. I truly believe that Roger Waters saved his best writing for it. To me, it's the greatest job of lyric writing in all of rock music, maybe of any music. The CD is dedicated to Eric Fletcher Waters, Rogers father. It's a very powerful statement of musical genius.

    Musial Rocks

    Tigers is cool and I can't believe the Band didn't do more to publicize it. Really is kind of a lost treasure.

    The rest of Final Cut is a gawd awful display of Waters preening on and on with his agenda based polarizing politicizing message with absolutely NO redeeming artistic qualities whatsoever. Waters writing is generally CRAP, but when tempered with the rest of the minds in PF, it worked (as the Wall demonstrates). When Waters took over things with TFC, the shit results was exactly what one would expect. That album is virtually un-listenable and Waters did Tigers no favors putting it on TFC instead of The Wall album.

    Thank GOD! that Gilmour and the rest of the boys took back Pink Floyd and put the band back on course with Momentary. Waters had it on a course imitating a runaway freight train disaster before they did.

    2003Cpayne

    Musial Rocks - I agree. not now john is great though. the fletcher memorial home is good. Most of it is such a bunch of lyrics and NO music.

    CarazyDiamond

    Yes the song was added later, however I didn’t liked the placement of the in between sonically intertwined 3-One of the Few & 4-The Hero’s Return. The positioning would be after song 2 Your possible pasts which ends with ticking clocks

  87. Bob McKenzie

    This album/ movie/ story should not only be heard/ watched/ re-told, but UNDERSTOOD!
    Pink Floyd The Wall is a work of ART.

    Travis Bickle

    The Wall is a MASTERWORK, an EPIC MASTERPIECE, SEMINAL MUSIC... brought me closer to my Pa, who had survived combat in the China Burma India Theater of Operations, in northern Burma during WWII... but at age 16 in 1980, I'm at war with him, he was an authority figure. who was getting in between me, and my dope... god how we fought... then, this album comes out in the prime of my rebellion with Pa, and I begin to really listen to the lyrics... and then, the Movie... THE *MOVIE* follows... and I'm beginning to understand the life experience this incredible Man had survived, far surpassed any drug induced faux-drama I was caught up in then... THANK YOU ROGER WATERS, FOR HELPING ME TO APPRECIATE MY FATHER, AND BEGIN TO MEND THINGS WITH HIM, AND BY THE TIME HE PASSES IN 2002, HE HAS BECOME THE KINDEST, MOST GENEROUS PA A KID COULD'VE HAD... WE WERE SO CLOSE WHEN I WAS A SNOT NOSED KID, THEN CAME DRUGS, AND A COUPLE GIRLS SHUTTING ME DOWN IN HIGH SCHOOL, AND MY MISERY MADE IT EASY TO SNAP AT MY FOLKS... PRETTY MUCH ME AND DAD, MOM STEERED CLEAR OF US BULLS... IT GOT UGLY FAST... AND IT WASNT TILL THE WALL, AND MY MID 20'S, BEFORE HE AND I SAW A WAY... BUT HE BECAME MY CONFIDANTE, HELL, MY PAL... I TREASURE THE YEARS WE HAD AS ADULTS, HAVING A BEER, LEARNING FROM THIS KIND, GOOD, BRAVE, DECENT MAN... WHO WAS I TO CURSE A MAN WHO'D RECEIVED A PRESIDENTIAL UNIT CITATION, BRONZE STAR, AND PURPLE HEART, IN 14 MONTHS OF JUNGLE COMBAT, WITH THE JAPANESE, AS A MEMBER OF MERRILL'S MARAUDERS, IN THE CHINA, BURMA INDIA THEATER OF OPERATIONS... HE SURVIVES HORRORS I'LL NEVER BE ABLE TO BEGIN TO COMPREHEND... THE WALL DOESN'T GET ALL THE CREDIT FOR RIGHTING ALL THE WRONG I HAD DONE TO MY RELATIONSHIP WITH MY DAD, BUT IT SURE GOT MY DUMB ASS THINKING, GOT ME TO PUT DOWN THE BONG, AND WORK ON MY FEELINGS... AND UNDERSTAND HOW COMBAT COULD'VE TAKEN HIM AND I'D NEVER BEEN BORN... SO INDEED, THANK YOU, ROGER WATERS, THANK YOU DAVID GILMOUR, THANK YOU PINK FLOYD... FOR ALL OF YOUR INCREDIBLE ART, ESPECIALLY THE WALL... IVE SEEN THE MOVIE, PROBABLY NEAR TO A THOUSAND TIMES... I SEE OR HEAR SOMETHING NEW EACH TIME... WOW. PINK FLOYD. I REALLY DON'T HAVE WORDS... WHEN YOU FEEL EVERY WORD, OF EVERY SONG, WAS WRITTEN FOR, AND ABOUT YOU... TO LEGENDARY FOR ME TO VERBALIZE... ITS IN YOUR BONES, YOUR BLOOD, YOUR HEART, YOUR SOUL... THE FLOYD... THANK YOU GUYS... THANK YOU. I HOPE THEY ALL GET EVERY HAPPINESS LIFE CAN BRING... I AM NOW OLD, ALONE, UNLOVED, BROKEN, SAD, SCARED, UNNEEDED, UNWANTED, NOONE TO NOBODY... THE DAY, SOON I PUNCH MY OWN TICKET, AND LEAVE THIS CRUEL SPINNING ROCK, FLOYD WILL BE PLAYING ON, AT IS HAS FOR EVERY OTHER PART OF MY LIFE GOOD AND BAD... IVE KNOWN LOVE, HER HAIR, SKIN, CURVES, LIPS, EYES, BUT SHE FOUND ANOTHER, AND FLOYD SALVES THE WOUND, BUT THE MISERY OF LOSING MY LATINA ANGEL, MY TINA MARIE, TO ANOTHER, CAN NEVER BE FIXED... GOD THE WALL FITS SO MUCH OF MY LIFE... ONCE AGAIN, THANK YOU, TO 4 TRUE COMMANDERS, OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE... THE FLOYD...

    Rui Almeida

    Although When the tigers broke free premiered in the movie The Wall, the album The Wall does not feature this song. This send was released in The Final Cut album.

  88. Dekrapitator666

    God fuckin damn, man. That is powerful as hell. Jesus. I need like a whole pallet of Kleenex after that.

    David Ferrara

    me toooo

    julian davies

    yes very unfortunate but remember,for every bullet fired someone made a profit

    ch3f

    nevermind i cried too

  89. Steen Knudsen

    This song gets me every time I hear it

  90. Connor shaw

    why have they never made a film like this, like a musical ww1 or ww2 film, I think that would be amazing

    Edward O'Shea

    They did, you just watched a part of it!

    Celtic Revival / Adfywiad Celtaidd

    yeah revealing all the lies about WW1...and the hypocrisies of WW2

    Edward O'Shea

    Apemanwithcalculator hey we found the liberal with the high school level history education!

    Neil Martin

    Lol yeah, it's called "The Wall."
    Great film.

    Those are NOT tears in my eyes. I uhhhhhh....have allergies.....yeah, allergies......that's it.

    Michael Donner

    And see Oh! What a Lovely War

  91. Samuel Poff

    Will this song ever become irrelevant?

    Duane Marble

    no because after all is said and done we are just regular people

    cl4d1o00

    Same answer for "will Pink Floyd ever become irrelevant" and the answer is no

  92. Sam Meister

    shit almost had me in tears

  93. Southern Yank

    Too bad we can't force the presidents and dictators of our countries go into battle themselves.. meet 1 on1 and see who wins... without the sacrifice of our young men and women while they sit in their cushy palaces and watch in safety.

  94. snowbird68

    oh i will turn the volume up. as loud as possible :) thanks for sharing

  95. Niamh Tumilty

    10 people suck. a beautiful song, so emotional.

  96. andrew may

    This isnt anti-war! He is proud of his brave father, any man that gives his life for the greater good is a hero. Sometimes war is necessary.

    Hit The Brake

    "And that's how the high command took my daddy from me". This could be anti-authority, anti-war, or both.

    revolutionroom

    Roger is pretty outspoken in his anti-war sentiment. That the album this finally appeared on was subtitled,"A Requiem for the Post-War Dream" might make that clear.

    Sig. Signoe

    without war people would not die in war
    just for sayin

    Swagato Saha

    No war is necessary.
    It's all about money.

    Antony Clegg

    And where do the wars come from

  97. Michel Berrier

    The best anti-war song ever.

    Erik Gustafson

    @John Galt Keep up the good fight. I imagine that ribbon on the back of your car is playing a major role in the battle against tyranny.

    Luke Tony Denham

    Fletcher Memorial Home

    Pycrete

    Michel Berrier us and them though

    lightronv

    Actually, With God on Our Side is.
    But you can't compare mortals to Zimmermans.

    Matthew Mason

    Michel Berrier War pigs is also good but it doesn’t have the same amount of emotion as this song did

  98. David Wright

    Does anyone know why this song is only in the soundtrack and not in the album of the wall

    laurence goreau

    +David Wright I don't know why, but it's in the new version of The Final Cut album...

    Rory

    David Wright , I heard the rest of the band thought it was to personal of a song

    David Wright

    Thanks for letting me know. I have been a huge fan of them and Roger Waters but never knew why they did this. But it makes sense for them to just leave it out.