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Pink Floyd

Wish You Were Here


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play So, so you think you can tell Heaven from Hell,
Así, así que crees que puedes distinguir el cielo del infierno
play blue skies from pain.
Los cielos azules del dolor
play Can you tell a green field from a cold steel rail?
¿Puedes distinguir un campo verde de un frío raíl de acero?
play A smile from a veil?
¿Una sonrisa de un velo?
play Do you think you can tell?
¿Crees que puedes diferenciarlos?
 
play Did they get you to trade your heroes for ghosts?
¿Consiguieron que intercambiaras tus héroes por fantasmas?
play Hot ashes for trees?
¿Cenizas calientes por árboles?
play Hot air for a cool breeze?
¿Aire caliente por una fría brisa?
play Cold comfort for change?
¿Una fría comodidad por un cambio?
play Did you exchange a walk on part in the war
¿E intercambiaste un papel de extra en la guerra
play for a lead role in a cage?
por un papel de protagonista dentro de una jaula?
 
play How I wish, how I wish you were here.
Cómo desearía... cómo desearía que estuvieras aquí
play We're just two lost souls swimming in a fish bowl,
Somos solo dos almas perdidas, nadando en una pecera
play year after year,
Año tras año
play Running over the same old ground.
Corriendo sobre el mismo viejo suelo
play What have we found?
¿Qué hemos encontrado?
play The same old fears.
Los mismos viejos miedos
play Wish you were here.
Desearía que estuvieras aquí
Play with the song, fill the gaps

meaningMeaning

Habla sobre trodo de la desconfianza de Roger Waters hacia la industria musical.

vocabulary Vocabulary

can tell

to distinguish; to see (a difference); to know or decide

  1. Can you tell the difference between them?
  2. I can’t tell one from the other

walk on part

Acting role with no spoken lines. Insignificant role in a play or film where I think the actor has no lines to speak. A walk-on part refers to movies or television. Say for example you have a street scene with a lot of people walking around. These people are known as extras and they have walk-on parts, meaning they don't speak or do anything special. They just form part of the background

  1. She asked for a walk-on part so that she wouldn't have to memorize lines
  2. Rembrandt appears in so many of his own paintings in a walk-on part.

lead role

Central acting part, the principal role in a play, film, etc.

  1. I wrote the lead role for him.
  2. My friend had the lead role in a play based on 18th-century love letters

Cold steel rail

The track of a train line.


veil

A length of cloth worn by women over the head, shoulders, and often the face.

  1. Nothing completes your dream wedding dress like a gorgeous veil

trade

To exchange something for another.

  1. Once Spain ran out of gold, people stopped having a reason to trade with Spain