So, so you think you can tell Heaven from Hell,
blue (skies) from (pain) .
Can you tell a (green) field from a cold (steel) rail?
A (smile) from a (veil) ?
Do you think you can tell?
Did they get you to (trade) your heroes for ghosts?
Hot (ashes) for trees?
Hot air for a cool (breeze) ?
Cold (comfort) for change?
Did you (exchange) a walk on (part) in the war
for a lead (role) in a (cage) ?
How I wish, how I wish you were here.
We're just two lost souls swimming in a fish (bowl) ,
year after year,
Running (over) the same old (ground) .
What have we (found) ?
The same old fears.
Wish you were here.
Its lyrics encompass Roger Waters' feelings of alienation from other people and his distrust for the music industry
to distinguish; to see (a difference); to know or decide
Can you tell the difference between them?
I can’t tell one from the other
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
She asked for a walk-on part so that she wouldn't have to memorize lines
Rembrandt appears in so many of his own paintings in a walk-on part.
Central acting part, the principal role in a play, film, etc.
I wrote the lead role for him.
My friend had the lead role in a play based on 18th-century love letters
The track of a train line.
A length of cloth worn by women over the head, shoulders, and often the face.
Nothing completes your dream wedding dress like a gorgeous veil
To exchange something for another.
Once Spain ran out of gold, people stopped having a reason to trade with Spain