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Goodbye blue sky (Goodbye blue sky) is the track number seven of the eleventh album by Pink Floyd, The Wall published November 30, 1979.

Pink Floyd Training (1979)

  • David Gilmour – vocals, guitar
  • Roger Waters – low
  • Nick Mason – battery
  • Richard Wright – keyboards

Translation Goodbye blue sky – Pink Floyd

Translated text of Goodbye blue sky (Waters) by Pink Floyd (EMI)

Goodbye blue sky

(A child’s voice 🙂
Look, Mummy.
There’s an airplane up in the sky.

Did, did, did, did you see the frightened ones?
Did you did the falling bombs?
Did, did, did, did you ever wonder
Why we had to run for shelter
When the promise
of a brave new world
Unfurled beneath
a clear blue sky?

Did, did, did, did you see the frightened ones?
Did you did the falling bombs?
The flames are all long gone
But the pain lingers on

Goodbye blue sky
Goodbye blue sky
Goodbye
Goodbye

Goodbye blue sky

(A child's voice 🙂
Look mom,
there is a plane in the sky

Did you see people terrified?
Did you hear the bombs falling?
Have you ever wondered
because we had to run in the shelters
when the promise
of a new better world
had been bandied about below
a clear blue sky?

Did you see people terrified?
Did you hear the bombs falling?
The flames are long gone
But the pain remains

Goodbye blue sky
Goodbye blue sky
Goodbye
Goodbye



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