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It appears on their double albumThe Wall. A quiet song, the Prophet-5 analog synthesiser provides the D major chord sequence: D, Goodbye Cruel World - Pink Floyd - The WallD, A, D, while the bass guitar plays the root Medley (Holiday, I Cant See Nobody, I Started A Joke, Massachusetts) - Bee Gees - Here At Last.
B and their octaves. As with all tracks on The Wall"Goodbye Cruel World" relates to the listener a segment of Pink's the album's protagonist story.
More specifically, this song expresses Pink's recognition of the completion of his mental wall, and acknowledgement of his thorough isolation from society. In all performances of The Wallboth by Pink Floyd and in Roger Waters' solo career, the song represents the end of the first half of the show. The wall is built, apart from one brick. Waters appears in this small gap and as he sings the final word, "goodbye", the last brick is put into place, ending the first half of the show.
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