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Song Name: Stop

Artist: Pink Floyd

Album: The Wall (Disc Two), Shine On

Run Time: 0:30

Year: 1979

Track Number: 24

Sung By: Roger Waters

Written By: Roger Waters

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Pink Floyd - Stop (Live)00:34

Pink Floyd - Stop (Live)

  • Pink is tired of his life as a fascist dictator and the hallucination ends. He is also tired of The Wall, and puts himself on trial in his head. The song is also about the realization he has that everything that led up to his wall was all his own fault, hence the line "Have I been guilty all this time?".
  • The song is 30 seconds long and is the shortest song on any Pink Floyd album.
  • After "Waiting For The Worms", Pink literally calls for a stop, where we find him sitting at the bottom of a bathroom stall. He seems to be reading the lyrics from a sheet of paper, where a few of the lines come from then unreleased material both written by Waters (The line "Do you remember me / How we used to be / Do you think we should be closer?", from "Your Possible Pasts" and others from "5:06 A.M.- Every Stangers' Eyes"). As Pink finishes the lyrics to "Stop", the security guard seen in the segment for "Young Lust" slowly pushes open the stall door, of which leads to animated intro of "The Trial".


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