Keep Talking" is a song from Pink Floyd's 1994 album, The Division Bell. Written by David Gilmour, Richard Wright and Polly Samson, it was sung by Gilmour and also features samples of Stephen Hawking's electronic voice, taken from a BT television advertisement (this same commercial would be sampled again in "Talkin' Hawkin'" from Pink Floyd's next and final studio album, The Endless River).
For millions of years mankind lived just like the animals Then something happened which unleashed the power of our imagination We learned to talk. It doesn’t have to be like this All we need to do is make sure we keep talking. Why won’t you talk to me?) I feel like I’m drowning (You never talk to me) You know I can’t breathe now (What are you thinking?)
Album: Pulse (Live), 1995. Title: Keep Talking Track: 09 Artist: Pink Floyd Album: The Division Bell Year: 1994. Has been played on. United States 96. IBNX Radio - RockNX. 9. FX Alternative Radio.
Features Song Lyrics for Pink Floyd's Keep Talking album. Learning to Fly Lyrics. 21. Keep Talking Lyrics. Pink Floyd Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Pink Floyd Lyrics. There's a silence surrounding me I can't seem to think straight I'll sit in the corner No one can bother me I think I should speak now I can't seem to speak now My words won't come out right I feel like I'm drowning I'm feeling weak now But I can't show my weakness I. sometimes wonder Where do we go from here
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Keep Talking Lyrics Pink Floyd. Album The Division Bell. Pink Floyd - Keep Talking Songtext. For millions of years mankind lived just like the animals Then something happened which unleashed the power of our imagination We learned to talk. There's a silence surrounding me I can't seem to think straight I'll sit in the corner No one can bother me I think I should speak now Women: Why won't you talk to me I can't seem to speak now Women: You never talk to me My words won't come out right Women: What are you thinking.
Album: The Division Bell (1994). Fortunately I'm old enough to have seen & heard Gilmour use it on their 1977 tour. Back to Keep Talking, I truely love this song and until reading the notes here, I did not know that was Stephen Hawking's synth voice. Now that I know, I appreciate this song all that much more. Terry from Wickford, RiNo, I'm not talking about the Stephen Hawking voice synth. The actual effect on the guitar at the end of the song (more noticeable on the PULSE version) is called a TalkBox. Watch the video attached here and you hear it around 5:30 and see David using it in closeup at 6:16.