One White Duck (4:39)

Cover of When Minstrels Came to Play (disc 1)

From When Minstrels Came to Play (disc 1) and 1 other release

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A one, two, three.
There's a haze on the skyline, to wish me on my way -
And there's a note on the telephone - some roses on a tray.
And the motorway's stretching right out to us all, as I pull on my old

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  • AlligatorCrawl

    Yes, really:

    28 Oct 2011 Reply
  • MusicMagic77

    "One White Duck / 0¹º = Nothing At All" >> Really?

    27 Oct 2011 Reply
  • AlligatorCrawl

    Vote for One White Duck / 0¹º = Nothing At All . This is the correct name of this track.

    22 Oct 2011 Reply
  • musicmankenn

    I think Ian Anderson's acoustic guitar playing on this song is just beautiful. One of my fav Tull songs off one of my fav Tull albums.......

    23 Aug 2011 Reply
  • Ton87

    The title on the LP is "One White Duck / 0^10 = Nothing at All"

    9 Aug 2011 Reply
  • greybrother

    Classic Tull. Eternally underrated.

    9 Jul 2011 Reply
  • MackSpane

    Let me dine on your Sweet Sunday lunch confusion :-)

    6 Oct 2009 Reply
  • Sidepipe

    @MackSpane: I think the low playcount is mainly caused by mistagging, my iTunes tagged it as One White Duck / 0=Nothing At All, so i think there are quite a few different entries of the same song on

    2 Feb 2009 Reply
  • corkill

    This song is one of many on "Minstrel in the Gallery" that make it my favorite Tull album (over other greats!)...

    31 Jan 2009 Reply
  • MackSpane

    I'm actually amazed this song doesn't have ANY shouts. IMO, this song is the most perfect re-creation of the melancholy one has as they leave a relationship, but do so with an extremely heavy heart. It's a perfect song for letting someone you love, but can no longer live with, know you're leaving. And yet, at this point more people died on 9/11 than have listened to this song, and that's sad for all kinds of reasons.

    25 Jan 2009 Reply

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