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"A Pillow of Winds" is the second track from Pink Floyd's 1971 album "Meddle". It's a soft acoustic piece, and rather uncharacteristically for them, a love song.

Guitarist David Gilmour composed the track, and Roger Waters wrote the lyrics. This song also features slide guitar work by Gilmour. The song begins and ends in the key of E Major, with a darker middle section (following the lyric, "and the candle dies") in the parallel minor, E minor.

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  • Avatar for HayleighRayment
    What did you do the donkey boy who needs to teach them to a rubbish cd with the Meditation Opera shown to the beach with your kindle why should we meet you hope that was a summer baby and there's no joy for the photographs of him and he loves crisps like quavers and I want to do that the microwave is in a nice picture of someone else is a good father to either of
  • Avatar for samiskywalker
    In my opinion their best acoustic ballad. This song has a dreamlike lullaby sound.
  • Avatar for nafs007
    Sleepy time when I lie with my love by my side And she's breathing low <3
  • Avatar for marjo47
    One of the best rock bands ever. In those days there was not a lot of technolegy, so what you heard is what you got. Nowadays,even a not so good band can sound fantastic.
  • Avatar for supermediadave
    As only Pink Floyd could master.
  • Avatar for fenixchava777
    great song to relax, if you want more relaxation u can try
  • Avatar for bossmark1
    This is groovy
  • Avatar for m1a100
    What a underrated masterpiece :(
  • Avatar for peterdiewaldfee
    the song title matches quite good with the music :)

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