Pink Floyd - The Division Bell - What Do You Want From Me?





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Uploaded on Apr 14, 2009

"What Do You Want from Me" is a song by Pink Floyd featured on their 1994 album, The Division Bell. It was composed by Richard Wright, David Gilmour, and his then-girlfriend now-wife Polly Samson.

The song is a slow ballad. It has a drum roll introduction, and then a guitar solo.

Its subject is a couple who are in a romantic situation, and the man expresses his desire to make the impossible happen, so they can be closer.

The song references the miracle of walking on water.

The solo comes directly from the song "Raise My Rent" on Gilmour's first solo album.


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