The Final Cut (song)
|"The Final Cut"|
|Song by Pink Floyd from the album The Final Cut|
|Published||Pink Floyd Music Publishers Ltd|
|Released||21 March 1983 (UK)
2 April 1983 (US)
|Genre||Progressive rock, symphonic rock|
|Label||Harvest Records (UK)
Capitol Records (US)
|Producer||Roger Waters, James Guthrie, Michael Kamen|
|The Final Cut track listing|
This song tells of a man's isolation and sexual repression (possibly Pink), at the end of the song he attempts suicide but "never had the nerve to make the final cut."
The words "behind the wall" in the song are obscured by a shotgun blast. It is a reference to the Floyd's 1979 album, The Wall. This song is in the video version of the album The Final Cut Video EP. It also appears in the film Strange Frame.
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