Pink Floyd - Money Pink Floyd Money Title: Money (track 05) Artist: Pink Floyd Album: Dark Side of the Moon Year: 1973 Label: Harvest Capitol EMI Writer(s): Roger Waters Lyrics: Money get aw...

Pink Floyd - Money Pink Floyd Money Title: Money (track Artist: Pink Floyd Album: Dark Side of the Moon Year: 1973 Label: Harvest Capitol EMI Writer(s): Roger Waters Lyrics: Money get aw.

Time - Pink Floyd. Such a great song, amazing lyrics

Clare Torry - The Great Gig In The Sky - Pink Floyd (Studio Version) you know who I mean, that dame that just WAILS on this song

Peter Paul and Mary - Where Have All the Flowers Gone?

Where Have All The Flowers Gone? - Peter, Paul & Mary, 1961 - (written by Pete Seeger & Joe Hickerson)

Careful with that axe Eugene.  This song was composed way before i was even born.  Wish I was born in the 60s.

Pink Floyd - Careful With That Axe Eugene - From Superstars In Concert - Earl's Court

The brilliant Pink Floyd - The Dark Side Of The Moon (again, ignore the video, just listen to the fantastic music!)

The brilliant Pink Floyd - The Dark Side Of The Moon (again, ignore the video, just listen to the fantastic music!

Pink Floyd - Run Like Hell Oct. 3rd the day i got engaged to my first husband that committed suicide...

Pink Floyd - Run Like Hell Oct. the day i got engaged to my first husband that committed suicide.

Pink Floyd - "Wish You Were Here" (5:50) - by MrMusic3079's channel | YouTube ... #Beautiful; #Favorite; #InMemoriam <3

Hot ashes for trees? Hot air for a cool breeze? Cold comfort for change? And did you exchange a walk on part in the war for a lead role in a cage?

Roger Waters

Roger Waters The Wall - pink floyd, the wall, show, roger waters

Pink Floyd - Let There Be More Light - - Le Bilboquet - Paris David Gilmour : guitar, vocals Richard Wright : keyboards, vocals Roger Waters : bas.

pete seeger which side are you on - Written in 1931 by Florence Reece, the wife of Sam Reece, a union organizer for the United Mine Workers in Harlan County, Kentucky.

Get an inside view of American socialism pre-WWII with Pete Seeger's 1931 "Which Side Are You On?

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