A New Machine

Album: A Momentary Lapse Of Reason (1987)
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Songfacts®:

  • This song is separated into two parts that serve as bookends to the instrumental track "Terminal Frost." The lyrics suggest that the song is about life from a machine's perspective. >>
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    c-o. - the hole, ON

Comments: 2

  • Ricardo from Mexico CityI've always thought this Is a lyric aboutf Syd. About loneliness after the band years, from Syd's perspective
  • Travis from Mission Viejo, Cathis song is referring to some of the thoughts of when on LSD
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