Written by: David Gilmour, Roger Waters
Produced by: Bob Ezrin
Released: Dec. '79 on Columbia
Charts: Did not chart
Waters based one of the saddest drug songs ever written on a sleazy Philadelphia doctor who injected him with tranquilizers before a gig when he was suffering from hepatitis. "That was the longest two hours of my life," Waters said. "Trying to do a show when you can hardly lift your arm."
Appears on: The Wall (Capitol)