Hey You (4:54)

Cover of The Wall (disc 2)

From The Wall (disc 2) and 55 other releases

This is Roger Waters’ ode to alienation.

The opening to the second half of “The Wall” sees the narrator trying to connect with the audience, trying to make some kind of contact with any human being. But the isolation he feels from his audience is too great, and the worms (the metaphorical representations of his evil thoughts) begin to eat into his mind.

This song is notable for its David Gilmour fretless bass solos which occur before the first and third verses.

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Hey you, out there in the cold
Getting lonely, getting old
Can you feel me?
Hey you, standing in the aisles

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  • Monade2010

    (◕ ‿ ◕) * ♥ (✿◠‿◠) ♥ ALWAYS a welcome guest ♥.¸.•*¨*•♫ ♪ *(◕ ‿ ◕)

    25 Aug 4:10pm Reply
  • tnghps

    great song ♥

    22 Aug 5:20am Reply
  • nafs007

    But it was only fantasy. The wall was too high, as you can see. fuck <3

    10 Aug 1:06pm Reply
  • mefistohell

    I'll never give them without a good fight

    9 Aug 3:02pm Reply
  • SoporAeternus-

    don't give in without a fight

    25 Jun 2:54am Reply
  • YoQueSe666

    As one of The Wall’s many tracks revolving around a disaffected musician named Pink, “Hey You” follows the character’s efforts to be reconnected to society. Unfortunately, the wall of the album’s title prevents his success. Comprising vocals by both Gilmour and Waters, the four-and-a-half minute track is one of the album’s highlights and captures Pink’s struggle with its poignant and desperate atmosphere. -- watchmojo

    21 Jun 4:20am Reply
  • pikininah

    A masterpiece...

    29 May 8:38pm Reply
  • GolnazRanjbary

    How can I someday stop loving this song...

    27 May 3:13pm Reply
  • sicass

    Hey, you!

    30 Apr 1:21am Reply
  • emptystream

    So many feelings...

    17 Apr 3:19am Reply
  • Ivartist

    Brilliant song. The emotion on the last lines is unreal !

    7 Apr 9:27pm Reply
  • RiffM4chine

    the best song ever written.

    7 Apr 7:35pm Reply
  • alexsiradze

    One of the best songs ever!

    7 Apr 1:50pm Reply
  • pikininah

    Love it! <3

    2 Apr 4:23pm Reply
  • SennheiserSuper

    Wonderful Song!

    21 Mar 5:38pm Reply
  • juliapereto

    love it!

    12 Mar 2:41pm Reply
  • gonetobeach

    I used to go down and see The Wall every weekend at the Midnight Movies. Great album, great memories.

    27 Feb 2:43pm Reply
  • Niccness

    :0

    25 Feb 3:05pm Reply
  • joshsaussey

    What an amazing opening track for the second half. Love the vocal performance in the chorus, so much emotion.

    3 Feb 7:04am Reply
  • nick_honest

    a masterpiece

    31 Jan 9:41pm Reply
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