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Mother Lyrics: Mother, do you think they'll drop the bomb? Pink Floyd. This track is about the character Pink's relationship with his him looking to her for.2017
This song is by Pink Floyd and appears…. The film version is the same as the album and live versions except for line 8, which reads "Mother am I really dying," as in the official lyrics. Lyrics licensed by LyricFind. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Song of the Day May 13,
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The majority of the song is in G major , though the chorus is predominantly a plagal cadence in C major. The song begins quietly with solo voice and a single acoustic guitar, and gradually expands its instrumentation to include, by song's end, reed organ , piano , drums , electric bass , and electric guitar. The song has a short introduction, consisting only of a sharp inhalation and rapid exhalation before the first verses are sung by Roger Waters. Waters sings another verse, which is once more followed by Gilmour's chorus with different lyrics. Finally, the song concludes with an arrangement stripped back down to one acoustic guitar and Waters's voice, and a ritardando in which Waters sings, "Mother, did it need to be so high? The song ends on the subdominant , C major, which may create an "unfinished" or "dissatisfying" feeling.
Mother (Pink Floyd song)
About Mother lyrics. Album The Wall , Mother, do you think they'll drop the bomb? Mother, do you think they'll like the song?
Pink Floyd:Mother Lyrics