He imagines several students marching in unison to the beat of the song, following a path until they enter a steamy tunnel section to re-emerge as putty-faced clones void of individual distinction and proceed to fall blindly into an oversized meat-grinder.
The ending is also similar to the one on The Wall but without the shouting and other sound effects. The song talks about how he had a personal wall around him from the rest of the world, and the teachers were just another brick in the wall. The band resisted, saying they did not release singles; Waters told him "Go ahead and waste your time doing silly stuff.
It starts with the telephone from the end of Part 2, then a helicopter can be heard, before David Gilmour starts playing the main guitar riff of Part 1 and the band join in for a couple of bars. The song also features a choir of schoolchildren singing in the second verse: Alternative versions The single version has a short 4-bar rhythm guitar and drum intro before the first verse, but fades out earlier, just before the playground ending of the studio version.
Recording[ edit ] Producer Bob Ezrin suggested the band add elements of discowhich was popular at the time. The video also mixed in some animated scenes later used in " The Trial " and " Waiting for the Worms ".
The opening shot, a pan across the London skyline was filmed from the top of Turnpike House in Islington, both St Lukes Church and St Clements Church the one overlooking the playground are both clearly visible in the shot.
The song was included with "The Happiest Days of Our Lives" in the compilation Echoes and segues into the first note of an edited version of " Echoes ".
You behind the bikesheds! Once the film was completed, the actual scenes of "The Happiest Days of Our Lives" and "Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2" were combined into a new video, which now represents the music video for "Another Brick in the Wall".
After the second guitar solo, the keyboard staccato from Part 3 can be heard while the helicopter comes back shortly before the track ends with a cold stop. In contrast, the version on Pulse is more of a reworked version with excerpt from all three parts: Then the end part of Happiest Days comes up and the transition into the actual song is the same as on the studio album.
When Ezrin heard the song with a disco drum beat, he was convinced it could become a hit, but felt it needed to be longer, with two verses and two choruses. The song has strong drums, a well-known bass line and distinctive guitar parts in the background with a smooth, yet edgy guitar solo.
It trails off into the next song, ending with a deep sigh. The version on Delicate Sound of Thunder starts right after " Money " with the single four-bar intro, then stops, until the vocals start after a short break.Jul 26, · [Intro] Dm / [Verse] Dm We don't need no education Dm We don't need no thought control Dm No dark sarcasm in the classroom Dm G Teacher, leave them kids alone G Dm Hey!
Teacher, leave the/5(). Lyrics to 'Another Brick in The Wall' by Pink Floyd: All in all it's just another brick in the wall All in all you're just another brick in the wall. Jul 14, · Watch video · Another 1 win & 1 nomination.
See more awards» Videos. See all 2 videos» Photos. See all 94 photos His response is to go in the opposite direction, by building a figurative wall around him to isolate himself from the rest of the world, but not before showing graphically his feelings on different gut levels.
The 8/10(K). Lyrics to "Another Brick In The Wall (Part II)" song by Pink Floyd: We don't need no education We don't need no thought control No dark sarcasm in the classroom Teacher. Based on legendary Pink Floyd album The Wall, featuring 8 soloists, 48 chorus members and piece orchestra.
Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2 Lyrics: We don't need no education / We don't need no thought control / No dark sarcasm in the classroom / Teachers leave them, kids, alone / Hey, teacher! Leave.Download