Pink Floyd: Childhood's End Meaning
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Childhood's End Lyrics
Perhaps the price is just too steep,
Is your conscience at rest?
If once put to the test.
You awake with a start
To just the beating of your heart.
Just one man beneath the sky,
Just two ears, just two...
anonymous Jul 8th, 2017 7:33pm report
It's the existentialist dilemma. Childhood is attachment to that which forms us. Adulthood is the realisation of the harsh reality of individuality..... "just two ears, just two eyes."
Gilmore's genius is his ability to merge instrumentals and lyrics on the same emotional pitch. Note in the introduction the slow emergence of sound, like memories, coming alive.
anonymous Jul 8th, 2017 7:09pm report
It's the existential dilemma. Childhood is attachment to that which forms us. Adulthood is the realisation of the harsh reality of individuality..... "just two ears, just two eyes."
anonymous Dec 29th, 2016 12:30pm report
The Vietnam War and protest against it, according to viewing the music video.
kooljohn176 Nov 4th, 2015 11:18pm report
A great song by David Gilmore in that he may had the idea from the book by the same name ''Childhood's End'' he read about the ending of the utopian idea of the innocent dreamer to come to it's reality by the Alien Overloards in that some are demonic and some are angelic that take over the minds of the innocence on Earth.
anonymous Sep 14th, 2014 9:19pm report
It's about growing up and losing childhood innocence.
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