Pink Floyd - Free Four (unofficial)

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"Free Four" is a Pink Floyd song written and sung by Roger Waters, from the album Obscured by Clouds. 

The song begins with a rock and roll count-in, but in this case Pink Floyd decided to play with words and record, "One, Two, FREE FOUR!" The song deals with reflection of one's life, the "evils" of the record industry, and also makes a reference to Roger Waters' father who was killed in World War 2. The music begins in an upbeat manner, while the lyrics tell a very cynical and somewhat depressing story. "Free Four" was released as a single in 1972, which reached FM radio's top 50 list and became the first Pink Floyd song to get significant airplay.

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Artist: Pink Floyd
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