segunda-feira, 8 de abril de 2013

Se ela algum dia respondeu ao questionamento de Roger Waters na música "The Post War Dream", só ele mesmo sabe. A tal Maggie que ele se refere era a então primeira ministra britânica Margareth Tatcher, que faleceu hoje aos 87 anos. Em "The Fletcher Memorial Home" no mesmo álbum "The Final Cut" ela é citada novamente.

The Post War Dream
[Car sound, switching on of car radio]
"...announced plans to build a nuclear fallout shelter atPeterborough in Cambridgeshire..."
[static of retuning]
"...three high court judges have cleared the way..."
"...It was announced today, that the replacement for theAtlantic
Conveyor the container ship lost in the Falklands conflict wouldbe
built in Japan, a spokesman for..."
"...moving in. They say the third world countries, like Bolivia,which
produce the drug are suffering from rising violence..."

Tell me true, tell me why, was Jesus crucified
Is it for this that Daddy died?
Was it for you? Was it me?
Did I watch too much T.V.?
Is that a hint of accusation in your eyes?
If it wasn't for the nips
Being so good at building ships
The yards would still be open on the clyde.
And it can't be much fun for them
Beneath the rising sun
With all their kids committing suicide.
What have we done, Maggie what have we done?
What have we done to England?
Should we shout, should we scream
"What happened to the post war dream?"
Oh Maggie, Maggie what have we done? 

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