Pink Floyd: Another Brick in the Wall (Part III) Meaning
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Another Brick in the Wall (Part III) Lyrics
And I dont need no drugs to calm me.
I have seen the writing on the wall.
Don't think I need anything at all.
No! Don't think I'll need anything at all.
All in all it was all just bricks in the wall.
anonymous Jan 18th, 1:01pm report
A Roger Waters song that could be about one's real life experience when growing up as a child, now sympathizing and emotionally assimilating with the individual that might have been hooked and damaged by drugs. Like was the original band mate Syd Barrett[R.I.P] Who then was made to feel and be that Victim that closed himself in from the world. With and against 'Another ''brick'' in the wall' in order to psychologically protect his soul and innocence from the world's arms attack that wasn't giving anykind of comfort. Where finally one's psychological 'defences' were broken down against the collective monster['bricks in the wall] that He broke through and away from. As the ''illusion'' of His own reality that was broken. Thinking to himself now, do I still need somebody's arms of love and comfort around me As much as I desperately needed them drugs before I was set free.
Glenn George Apr 11th, 2011 4:29pm report
This is about the walls that we all build around ourselves to protect us from being vulnerable. Once the experiences have become too much for us, we shut all people from us. We convince ourselves that we don't need others, or drugs to lessen our anger at the injuries we have suffered from others (which are the bricks in the wall).
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