Waters best metaphor?

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But tonight lie still
while I plunder your sweet grave

That 2nd line is a metaphor to me :D
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JKealy wrote: Thu May 10, 2007 7:28 pm I'm not impressed by the majority - gay intellectual shit I could come up with and did when I was about 13 but discarded cos it was silly and contrived. i mean 'the wall' - every track's another brick in it - wow, you're a clever one aren't ya!!!

animals - each song a different flavur of animal!

how about 'shapes'

track 1: parallelogram
track 2: square
track 3: triangle

'parallelogram' being a melancholy love song lmao - 'we're two lines, so near, but so far, though we run side by side, we'll never ever meet, ooooh parallelogram (backing vocals: parallelogram!)'

etc
bringing this back cause it's hilarious !
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Strung out behind us the banners and flags
of our possible pasts lie in tatters and rags.


is my personal favourite