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Pink Floyd Waiting for the worms Lyrics

Last updated: 08/30/2013 09:15:56 AM

"Eins, zwei, drei, alle!"

Ooooh, you cannot reach me now
Ooooh, no matter how you try
Goodbye, cruel world, it's over
Walk on by.

Sitting in a bunker here behind my wall
Waiting for the worms to come.
In perfect isolation here behind my wall
Waiting for the worms to come.

Will the audience convene at 1:15 outside Brixton
Town Hall where we will be going destroying

Waiting to cut out the deadwood.
Waiting to clean up the city.
Waiting to follow the worms.
Waiting to put on a black shirt.
Waiting to weed out the weaklings.
Waiting to smash in their windows
And kick in their doors.
Waiting for the final solution
To strengthen the strain.
Waiting to follow the worms.
Waiting to turn on the showers
And fire the ovens.
Waiting for the queens and the coons
and the reds and the jews.
Waiting to follow the worms.

Would you like to see Britannia
Rule again, my friend?
All you have to do is follow the worms.
Would you like to send our colored cousins
Home again, my friend?

All you need to do is follow the worms.

The Worms will convene at Brixton Bus Station. We'll be moving along at about 12 o'clock down Stockwell Road and then point and we'll start heading towards Abbot's Road and walk calmly with resistance. Leaving twelve minutes to three we'll be moving along Lambeth Road towards Vauxhall Bridge. Now when we get to the other side of Vauxhall Bridge we're in Westminster Borough area. It's quite possible we may encounter some jew boys all the way from four to five and take them back by the way we go. And they came out at mid Abbots place and we saw them killed. Millions of gay people screaming MURDER! MURDER! came all around. AND SHOOT!.Remember to make it in the highclock corner or all you are killed. Were in the door, NOW CLOSE THE DOOR! CLOSE THE DAMN DOOR! THE DOOR! THE DOOR! THE DOOR!



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the speech | Reviewer: jonoghue | 8/30/13

The speech posted here is definitely wrong. its very difficult to make everything out but i got this much myself
The Worms will convene outside Brixton Bus Station
We'll be moving along at about 12 o'clock down Stockwell Road.
It's very important that when we're en rout to lambeth road if
we encounter any resistance, that we should keep in contact with (...)
as we move on up lambeth road towards vauxhall bridge. Now when we get
to the other side of Vauxhall Bridge we'll be in Westminster (...)
area, It's quite possible that we may encounter some jew boys (......) by the way that we go.
(......) we will not encounter AANYYY opposition from these people.(....)

whatever | Reviewer: light | 12/5/12

are you serious la quisha??? is is about how pink's isolating himself from the world and what he doesn't accept. pink is not suppossed to be a hero, he chose to isolate himself and he became crazy as a result.granted he got problems since childhood but he's never portrayed to be in the right

To La Quisha | Reviewer: Aquiles | 5/2/12

It's impossible for these "new age music" listeners to understand the deep meaning of true music and true lyrics... La Quisha, go home and listen to justin bieber, nick jonas and all those pseudo-musicians without talent, who are merely products created especially for you: a horny and shallow teenager who buys everything the system sells you.

the first commenter | Reviewer: chris | 2/28/11

woooooooooooooooow la quisha jakson u r completely arrogentt research a topic before u calim to no what you are talking about. Pink Floyd is not encouraging or aggreing with anything in the song. If u acttually looked deeper into a song the the surface of what its saying and look into the meaning past ur own stupidity then maybe you will learn to appreciate more complex better music then the mainstream music of today

Just to clear things up. | Reviewer: A Literate Fan | 10/7/10

Alright well, here is what the song is actually about:

Pink (the main character in this album) has fully built up the mental wall between him and the world by now, and his depression is causing him to lash out in anger.
He starts running his concerts as if they were Neo-Nazi rallies, and the things that are said once the megaphone bits come in are what he is saying to the audience.

This song is not a reflection of the band Pink Floyd's views in any way, the album tells a story of a fictional character, and the struggles he goes through in his life.
It is not a message encouraging people to do this, and the next song on the album, called "Stop" is about how Pink realizes what he has been doing is wrong and inhumane.

I would advise future posters to do some research on a topic before embarassing themselves.

The mission | Reviewer: La Quisha Jackson | 4/28/10

Either the are explaining how they are putting a wall for what doing to happen with the New World Order. It Time for American to go through a Jewish holocaust. They explain who it going to be, "Waiting (for the queens and the coons and the Reds and the Jews)" (Pink Floyd) and the same mothod "Waiting (to turn on the showers and fire the ovens)." Wich explains the same way the Germans Nasi Killed thousnds of Jews. In the Gass Chanbers and the cremation ovens..... I just feel its too hora like to to that to people. I rether have a slow death If THEY want to kill me. The a Holocaust has been done already. Do some cool and better lol........ :-)