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Much like "Welcome To The Machine," this song is about corporations and how they control their musicians. The line, "We call it riding the gravy train" is held for such a long time to emphasize the fact that these companies will go as long as possible to squeeze every last cent out of their clients. Vocals on the studio recording of this track were contributed by British folk singer Roy Harper, who was in the Abbey Road studios while… read more

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  • Avatar for corpsetastic
    Isn't there a guest singer here cause roger blow his voice out by singing REMEMBER WHEN YOU WERE YOUNG about a thousand times before he was happy lol?
  • Avatar for TheUselessGolem
    Ohhh, such sleaze.
  • Avatar for Olek19011988
    Best lyrics in history ever!
  • Avatar for needmymusictoda
    It could be made into a monster if we all pull together as a team
  • Avatar for Cali4nia83
    Badass song
  • Avatar for echo725
    "The salesman had no body or soul, which is how they felt about their record company."...and yet the boys still cashed their paychecks just the same.
  • Avatar for Dardan-H
    "The band is just fantastic, that is really what I think. Oh by the way, which one's Pink?" [27] Hats off to (Roy) Harper [3] Incredibly underrated song on this album!
  • Avatar for Cure1980
    ever the best when i will have a flashback of my psyedelic times..-
  • Avatar for websrfr
    so which one IS Pink???
  • Avatar for bunuhganda
    And did we tell you the name of the game, boy?

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