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  • dave pen vokalli robin foster şarkısı.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apbkqydmej8

    ı don’t know why she makes me feel alive and leaves me under hypnotised

    ı will go to the end ı won’t fall ı’m not here to let you go

    you will shine forever high above my world you seal the cracks in me

    we eclipse the facts of loosing time

    we unite with our hands holding tight

    but time is running out out time is running out time is running out

    time is running out time is running out ı will wait for her

    ı don’t know how she opens up my soul and leaves me free to breath

    ı will go forever on and through the storm ı won’t say no

    ı feel you from miles away

    ı feel you always

    but time is running out out time is running out time is running out

    time is running out time is running out ı will wait for her

    time is running out out time is running out time is running out

    time is running out time is running out ı will wait for her

    ı will wait for her ı will wait for her ı will wait for her
  • roger waters'ın is this the life we really want albümünde yer alan bir şarkı. smell the roses ile artmış tempoyu albümü kapatmak için düşürmektedir. piyano ve akustik gitarın flört ettiği hoş bir şarkıdır. sözlerinde breathe in the air'e göndermeler de bulunmaktadır. aslında kendisinden sonra gelen oceans apart ile part of me died ona dahil gibidir, ancak roger waters devamına iki ayrı şarkı ismi vererek ayırmıştır.

    şarkının yapısını inceledikten sonra, sözlerini de yazayım tam olsun;

    will a glass inlaid with gemstones
    on a pool around the evening
    among the perfumed roses
    wait for her

    with the patience of a packhorse
    loaded for the mountains
    like a stoic, noble prince
    wait for her

    with seven pillows laid out on the stair
    the scent of womens' incense fills the air
    be calm, and wait for her

    and do not flush the sparrows that are nesting in her braids
    all along the barricades
    wait for her

    and if she comes soon
    wait for her

    and if she comes late
    wait

    let her be still
    as a summer afternoon
    a garden in full bloom

    let her breathe in the air
    that is foreign to her heart
    let her lips part
    wait for her

    take her to the balcony
    see the moon soaked in milk
    hear the rustle of her silk
    wait for her

    don't let your eyes alight upon
    the twin doves of her breast
    lest they take flight
    wait for her

    and if she comes soon
    wait for her

    and if she comes late
    wait, wait

    serve her water before wine
    do not touch her hand
    let your fingertips
    rest at her command

    speak softly as a flute would
    to a fearful violin
    breathe out
    breathe in

    and as the echo fades
    from that final fusillade
    remember the promises you made
  • klibini çok beğendim. arada hiçbir şey olamamış gibi ama çatık kaşlarımla, donuk bakan gözlerle ben de böyle davranıp birden ağlarım, o yüzden etkiledim. roger waters moral bozucu bir şarkı yapmış, içim karardı ama bu güzelliğinin kaynağı.
  • and if she comes soon
    wait for her

    and if she comes late
    wait
    ...

    içinde pink floyd'un geçmişine ait tınılar bulabileceğiniz roger waters şarkısı. hangi şarkılar olduğunu tek tek bulup yazacak kadar sağlam bir konsantrasyona sahip olmak isterdim şu an ama beklemeyi tercih ediyorum.
  • dönüp dolaşıp dinlediğim/izlediğim şarkıdır. mahmoud darwish'in şiirinden etkilenip yazmış roger waters. şiir de aşağıda görülebilir.

    "the lyrics for the song were inspired by “lesson from the kama sutra (wait for her)” by the late palestinian poet mahmoud darwish as well as the tragic death of three-year-old syrian refugee alan kurdi, whose body was discovered on the shores of turkey in 2015. that emotional heft is present in the video, as well, as a flamenco dancer (azzura, who also starred in waters’ “the last refugee” clip) prepares for a performance with the memory of her young daughter weighing down on her.

    “when roger wrote this song, his adaptation of the poem took on a sensual yet melancholy tone, and the video needed to represent that,” director sean evans told rolling stone. “ıt needed to show femininity and sexuality but also needed to have an air of loss and pain, and longing for a time that was.” evans even chose to represent that pain by placing a prominent scar on his star, azzura. “that mark was important to the video – it is a symbol of the physical torment refugees endure.”"

    wait for her with an azure cup.
    wait for her in the evening at the spring, among perfumed roses.
    wait for her with the patience of a horse trained for mountains.
    wait for her with the distinctive, aesthetic taste of a prince.
    wait for her with the seven pillows of cloud.
    wait for her with strands of womanly incense wafting.
    wait for her with the manly scent of sandalwood on horseback.
    wait for her and do not rush.
    ıf she arrives late, wait for her.
    ıf she arrives early, wait for her.
    do not frighten the birds in her braided hair.
    take her to the balcony to watch the moon drowning in milk.
    wait for her and offer her water before wine.
    do not glance at the twin partridges sleeping on her chest.
    wait and gently touch her hand as she sets a cup on marble.
    as if you are carrying the dew for her, wait.
    speak to her as a flute would to a frightened violin string,
    as if you knew what tomorrow would bring.
    wait, and polish the night for her ring by ring.
    wait for her until the night speaks to you thus:
    there is no one alive but the two of you.
    so take her gently to the death you so desire,
    and wait.
  • nasil guzel bir insansin roger waters. pazartesimi aydinlatan parcadir.