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According to Rolling Stone, the words came from the experience of Roger Waters when he with sedative for Magenkr Vapors from a doctor before you injected a 1977 band Pink Floyd Show in Philadelphia during the visit of the flesh.   “It was the l, Ngsten two hours of my life , Says Waters” trying to make a show when you barely lift his arm. “The experience gave him the idea that eventually the text of this song was.
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