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Published on Sep 15, 2006
"Last Flowers Till the Hospital" performed by Thom Yorke at the Wake Up to Trade Justice vigil, Central Methodist Hall, London, April 16, 2005. I synched this amateur/fan-shot video with a better audio source.
Rare footage of a Radiohead song which has almost never seen the light of day. The title apparently comes from a sign on the way to Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford. This song was part of the OK Computer recording sessions, but was left unfinished. A studio recorded version of this song is found on the Bonus Disk for the 2007 album In Rainbows.
Lyrics: Appliances have gone berserk I cannot keep up Treading on people's toes Snot-nosed little fools
And I can't face the evening straight And you can offer me escape Houses live and houses speak If you take me there you'll get relief Believe, relief, believe
And if I'm gonna talk I just want to talk Please don't interrupt Just sit back and listen
Cause I can't face the evening straight And you can offer me escape Houses live and houses speak If you take me there you'll get relief Believe, relief, believe Relief, believe
It's too much, too bright, too powerful Too much, too bright, too powerful Too much, too bright, too powerful Too much
From an old version of radiohead.com: last flowers till the hospital*is a sign discovered in oxford -my unhealthy obsession with these institutions. analysts may get the connection. ambulances scream past my house at all hours of the day and night like the confessionals of Larkin's "Ambulances."
Thom in 1999: i absolutley love this song. the name will get changed probably to Cogs. (Sarky cogs skwrkinground). jonny and i have rewritten the 2nd verse and we are yet to start recording it. but its not lost.