Funny Pink Floyd Email of the Week
Wed., Feb. 8. 2006 10:15pm EST
Our funny Pink Floyd email of the week comes from Chris Kaskoun in Warrington PA:
I love the new CD ("ApologetiX Hits: The Road") I had one question about it though.
In "Kick in the Wall," near the end, there are some spoken lines. I wanted to know what the word is that you say after the first "Ohhh," because no one who has listened to it with me can figure it out. My theory was that it was "Fudgesicle" because it kind of sound like that's what it is, but my brother claims it starts with a J, so his theory is that it's "ju-jitsu."
Can you let us know what that word actually is (since I have a feeling neither of us is right)?
Editor's Note: That's a good question and a hilarious email! We'll let you in on a little secret: J. doesn't know what the word is either, and he wrote the parody lyrics and sings them!
He claims he never could figure out what Pink Floyd was saying at that part of the song in the original album version (the spoken outro wasn't on the original single, just on the album), and he just made up some nonsense sounds. Maybe it was a Floydian slip! :)
J. adds, "I'm ignorant of both what they said and what I said, but I'm O.K. with that. I guess you could say, "I have become ... comfortably dumb."
As Pink Floyd said themselves, "We don't need no education."