|Single by Pink Floyd|
|from the album Relics|
|A-side||"It Would Be So Nice"|
|Released||12 April 1968|
|Recorded||13 February 1968 at Abbey Road Studios, London|
|Label||Columbia (EMI) (UK)|
|Pink Floyd singles chronology|
|Relics track listing|
The song's lyrics include reference to an eiderdown, an item also mentioned in two other known Pink Floyd songs – Syd Barrett's "Flaming" and Gilmour/Waters's "A Pillow of Winds". The phrase "Am I really dying?" will reappear ten years later in the song "Mother" on the LP "The Wall".
- David Gilmour – acoustic guitar, electric guitar processed through delay, double-tracked lead vocals
- Roger Waters – bass guitar, backing vocals
- Rick Wright – Mellotron, Hammond organ, backing vocals
- Nick Mason – percussion
Acid Mothers Temple covers this song on their 2011 live acoustic album Live as a Troubadour.
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