Pink Floyd: A Great Day for Freedom Meaning
A Great Day for Freedom Lyrics
They threw the locks onto the ground
And with glasses high we raised a cry for freedom had arrived
On the day the wall came down
The Ship of Fools had finally ran aground
Promises lit up the night like paper...
kooljohn176 Nov 16th, 11:25am report
A song that could also be about the Invisible Wall that was even more damaging to the psykey than the visible one coming down that ''The Leftist Ideology'' had build[or created by the illusions of unreality] between us for keeping us divided to be chopped down with our freedoms and moral values of faith. When finally one day It[the wall] was completely destroyed [like the Berlin wall and communism] that vanished from our minds. This made us feeling lighter and freer now to look at ourselves in the eyes of God as ''A Great Day Of Freedom''. In that The Good Triumphed over evil to recongnize the damage and the alienation done to our souls by The Lefty fools that ran amok and grounded the ship that they hyjacked in the first place to still be running amok in the streets and all over the field that are in last place now.
anonymous Jul 25th, 2012 7:17am report
It's about the collapse of the Berlin Wall and the changes to the political systems of the countries of eastern Europe.
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