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When the Tigers Broke Free (2:55)

"When the Tigers Broke Free" (also listed as "When the Tygers Broke Free") is a Pink Floyd song by Roger Waters, describing the death of his father Eric Fletcher Waters, during World War II's Operation Shingle. The song was written at the same time as The Wall, hence its copyright date of 1979, but not released until the movie version of Pink Floyd's album The Wall and first released as a separate track on a 7" single on 26 July… read more

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It was just before dawn
One miserable morning in black '44
When the forward commander was told to sit tight
When he asked that his men be withdrawn

Pink Floyd - When the Tigers Broke Free Lyrics


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  • Arrepia até os cabelos do cu
  • Pink Floyd, my wold:))))))))))))))))))))
  • até hoje arrepia ....quando escuto.
  • breathtaking...
  • and that's how the high command TOOK MY DADDY FROM ME
  • When the tigers broke free and no one survived ... *_*
  • Knob.
  • Epic instrumental.
  • fucking amazing. this got me really deep.
  • Can't believe this wasn't on the original release of The Final Cut. One of the most emotional songs ever.

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