Splinken pink floyd stinks.

pink floyd stinks.
The Schleiffen Man fink_ployd 000619
moonshine Wish you were here.. Just two souls swimming in a fish bowl year after year wondering how we found the same old ground.. 000620
look mummy theres a birdmad up in the sky 1984

my brother had just gone off to Marine Basic Training in San Diego

i got his room and most of his records

i was 12 and i sat and i listened to Dark Side of THe Moon and The Wall and Atom Heart Mother

and in a week
the words (and the worms)
had burrowed forever into the recesses of my brain
by the way which ones pink roger waters played here the other night.. 000620
moonshine ohhhh! 000620
moonshine So I go to this kids house and the neighborhoods on the news. Someone drove by and shot all the car windows out on three streets and some house windows. So we go in the living room and his mom is talking about all these things and she securing the house, and watching the news... And she pulls a Nice shiny silver gun out. Says she'll be waiting.. 000620
derek There is no dark side of the moon...

...and not ALL the lunatics are just on the grass...
Barrett Splinken, smoke a joint and shut the fuck up. 000922
Barrett Sorry Mollygo... Floyd rocks! 000922
i am Forever floyd 001215
the ghost of pat sajak

A Saucerful Of Secrets
The second Pink Floyd album with the first appearances of David Gilmour and the last of Syd Barrett. Release date: June 29, 1968.

Follow the link below to order or listen to samples:


Lp mono:
Lp stereo:
New lp:
CD: Columbia SX 6258
Columbia SCX 6258
EMI 8 29751 2
EMI CDP 7 46383 2

Let There Be More Light
Remember A Day
Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
Corporal Clegg
A Saucerful Of Secrets
Jugband Blues 5.38

Pink Floyd:
Roger Waters: Bass and vocals
David Gilmour: Lead guitar and vocals
Syd Barrett: Lead guitar and vocals
Rick Wright: Organ/piano and vocals
Nick Mason: Drums
Recorded at EMI Abbey Road Studios
Producered by Norman Smith
Sleeve design and photos: Hipgnosis

Pink Floyd 1968

Lyrics/Music: Waters
Vocals by: Gilmour
A Saucerful Of Secrets
A Nice Pair
Shine On

Far, far, far, far away, way
people heard him say, say:
I will find a way, way
There will come a day, day
Something will be done

Then at last the mighty ship descending on a point of flame
made contact with the human race at Milden Hall

Now, now, now is the time, time
time to be, be, be aware
Carter's father saw it there and knew the rhull revealed
to him the living soul of Herrywood the Wake

Oh my, something in my eye, eye
Something in the sky, sky
Waiting there for me
The outer lock rolled slowly back
The service
men were heard to sigh
For there, revealed in glowing robes
was Lucy in the sky

Oh, oh, did you ever know? No, no
never, ever will they
I'll say
Summoning his cosmic pow'r and glowing slightly from his toes
the psychic emanations flowed

Pink Floyd 1967

Lyrics/Music: Wright
Vocals by: Wright
A Saucerful Of Secrets
A Nice Pair
Shine On

'Remember a Day' was originally recorded for Pink Floyds first album 'The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn' in 1967.

Remember a day before today
A day when you were young
Free to play along with time
Evening never comes

Singing a song that can't be sung
without the mornings kiss
Dreamyou shall be if you wish
Look for your king

Why can't we play today?
Why can't we stay that way?

Climb your favourite apple tree
Try to catch the sun
Hide from your little brothers gun
Dream yourself away

Why can't we reach the sun?
Why can't we blow the years away?
Oh, why?

Pink Floyd 1967

Lyrics/Music: Waters
Vocals by: Waters
Albums: Film/Video:
A Saucerful Of Secrets
A Nice Pair
Shine On
In The Flesh
Pink Floyd Live At Pompeii
Rock Fieber / Stamping Ground
The Heart Of The Sun
In The Flesh

Little by little the night turns around
Counting the leaves which tremble and turn
Lotus's lean on each other in union
Over the hills where a sawlow is resting
Set the controls for the heart of the sun

Over the mountain watching the watcher
Breaking the darkness waking the grapewine
Morning to birth is born into shadow
Love is the shadow that ripens the wine
Set the controls for the heart of the sun

Who is the man who arrives at the wall?
Making the shape of his questions at asking
Thinking the sun will fall in the evening
Will he remember the lesson of giving?
Set the controls for the heart of the sun
pat sajak http://groups.yahoo.com/group/LaughingMadcaps/files/GothicFloyd.jpg 010223
god Pink Anderson

Born Feb 12, 1900 in Spartanburg, SC
Died Oct 12, 1974 in Spartanburg, SC
Years Active
Genres Blues
Styles Piedmont Blues, Prewar Country Blues, Country Blues, Acoustic
Instruments Vocals, Guitar
Tones Plaintive, Organic, Earthy
Labels Prestige/Bluesville (2), Prestige (2)

A good-natured finger-picking guitarist, Anderson played for about 30
years as part of a medicine show. He did make a couple of sides for
Columbia in the late '20s with Simmie Dooley, but otherwise didn't
record until a 1950 session, the results of which were issued on a
Riverside LP that also included tracks by Gary Davis. Anderson went
on to make some albums on his own after the blues revival commenced
in the early '60s, establishing him as a minor but worthy exponent of
the Pidemont school, versed in blues, ragtime, and folk songs.
Anderson also became an unusual footnote in rock history when Syd
Barrett, a young man in Cambridge, England, combined Pink's first
name with the first name of another obscure bluesman (Floyd Council)
to name his rock group, Pink Floyd, in the mid-'60s. — Richie
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god http://user.tninet.se/~pow333h/ 011106
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sabbie get some beer...

...and some cleaning products..

i had a friend and she and all her friends idolised floyd. what a goal to aspire to.
nah....! pink_floyd
randomly recent another brick in the wall. wow.

srealisma flower boy d

i picked up a Pink Floyd 1965 t jersey shirt at the Sears close out at Spring Hill Mall.

i'm cool now, but it's a medium.
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