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I was 19 when "The Wall" debuted and "Comfortably Numb" meant something altogether different to me then than it does now. The "fever" is another way of describing my addictive tendencies that began to emerge (in retrospect) when I was just starting elementary school.

I too thought it was about drugs and that was par for the course when it came to my interpretation of the entire album - meaning I got all of it wrong. I was awkward at many things social hence, my hands felt like two balloons. That'll keep you going through the show Come on it's time to go.

Don't tell us what other people are thinking about this.

We are not interested in such hollowed and narrow views. How can anyone bear such heartlessness towards such a beauty.....?

We all hear songs through the prism of your own emotions and experience, which is very important to us as individuals but may be entirely different from another person's perspective. I heard this song in a totally different light this evening.

Having survived a 32 year career of drug and alcohol abuse, I write this opinion as I enter my 101st month clean and ironically, I find the lyrics to this song to be a metaphor which describes my transition from druggie to a recovering addict. Well I can ease your pain Get you on your feet again. That awkwardness comes back to me every once in a blue moon and for the life of me I can never expect when it will actually strike. I've left out the repeated lines to focus on the closing lyrics which basically describes the missed opportunity of growing up a normal kid.

This isn't what I think Pink Floyd was writing about, it's just my way of finding inspiration in the lyrics. There is no pain you are receding A distant ship, smoke on the horizon. Your lips move but I can't hear what you're saying. But now that I'm grown, and having survived three decades of drug and alcohol abuse, my relationship with my Higher Power has been such that my restoration to sanity has made that all just what it is - in my past.

After the antibiotic shot the doctor would meet us at her practice to give me, I'd feel sick, delirious. When they had to rush me for the C-section because that first shot almost killed my son and me, I swear the man said you'll just feel a little prick like a bee sting, I remember because I said "What kind of Bee you been bit by!

"It didn't work the spinal, they then had to knock me out.

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