Pink Floyd: One of These Days Meaning
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Song Released: 1971
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anonymous Oct 13th, 10:12pm report
It's a death threat
anonymous Oct 13th, 10:00pm report
I think someone is about to die death is in the threat i'm really frightend by this it scares me because those word's are scary as hell.i sure wouldn't want to make someone that angry
anonymous Jun 12th, 2014 6:42am report
Although The Song Is An Instrumental, The Threat (One Of These Days, I'm Going To Cut You Into Little Pieces), A Rare Vocal Contribution By Drummer Nick Mason Was Recorded Through A Ring Modulator And Slowed Down To Create An Eerie Effect. It Was Aimed At Sir Jimmy Young, The Then BBC Radio 1 And Radio 2 DJ Whom Pink Floyd Supposedly Disliked Because Of His Tendency To Babble. During The Early 1970's Concerts, The Floyd Somethings Played A Sound Collage Of Clips From Young's Radio Show That Was Edited To Sound Completely Nonsensical, Thus Figuratively "Cutting Him Into Little Pieces".
anonymous Jun 11th, 2011 6:07pm report
As the announcer on a bootleg Pink Floyd concert album (Live on Westwood one, I think) put it "Is described by Roger Waters as a poignant appraisal of the contemporary social situation. Make what you will of that."
anonymous Apr 17th, 2011 4:13am report
The song was giong to be part of a film soundtrack and the film ended up being a flop and discarted. It was a slasher film and I think it was about a real event.
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