„"Free Four" on Obscured by Clouds (Pink Floyd, 1972)“

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britischer Musiker; Gründungsmitglied der Gruppe Pink Floyd 1943

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„O Star (the fairest one in sight)
We grant your loftiness the right
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Kontext: O Star (the fairest one in sight)
We grant your loftiness the right
To some obscurity of cloud —
It will not do to say of night,
Since dark is what brings out your light.
Some mystery becomes the proud.
But to be wholly taciturn
In your reserve is not allowed.
Say something to us that we can learn
By heart and when alone repeat.
Say something! And it says "I burn."

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