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Oct 8, 2001 | 8:49 PM EDT

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I heard Pink Floyd's 'Goodbye Bluesky' and instantly thought about 9-11. So, this is my tribute to America on that infamous day.

Credit Pink Floyd for the music, with some added effects by me, and the slideshow credit the AP, yahoo, CNN.com, & MSNBC.com. I feel the images and music create morbidly eerie mood. I will not grandstand and claim that this is any tremendous work on my part, but simply a montage of images to a fitting musical work.

The file is 1500KB, so if you have a slow internet connection and hate to wait, then don't bother viewing. As it is I destroyed the quality of the music because of it's mono and compressed.

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SgtPycho6ThSgtPycho6Th

Rated 3 / 5 stars September 5, 2010

good bye

your interpretation is interesting 911 is some what like the british bombings i like it



DiamontDiamont

Rated 2 / 5 stars February 17, 2008

Goodbye Blue Sky

um.....that was an incorrect interpretation of the song the song is actually about a kid growing up without a father in post-WWII times. But you get extra points for doing a pink floyd thing.



Connell66Connell66

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars September 22, 2007

The Wall is awesome!

Though most are reminded of WWII when they hear this song, your interpretation of it is rather interesting.



CobraSwordXCobraSwordX

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 3, 2007

and the cycle of war continues....

it doesn't matter what happens to us or them either way our war is just going to continue, so please no matter whom you are or whoever's side you're on it wont matter because it all ends up the same, so don't preach that we're the victims because at some point they were the victims of our wars and all they wanted is the same thing we want....revenge. I personally don't care since the whole point of war is and always has been to make a profit by giving jobs to those who need it so throw away your ideas of war and understand that it's not about peace or killing crazy jihadists its all about money, because money makes us do things that some would consider evil.



aliceinchains0aliceinchains0

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 7, 2007

The Greatest Pink Floyd song.

ever since I was a little kid I had always loved the creepiness of this song.
your video was cool and along with your interpritation, however it was a misinturpritation of the song.
it's really about loss of innocence and going into adulthood.
PINK FLOYD ROCKS!


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