Two Suns in the Sunset" is the final song on Pink Floyd's 1983 concept album, The Final Cut. Partway through the song, the lyric "the sun is in the east, even though the day is done" is a metaphor referring to the glowing fireball of a nuclear explosion.[1] The Final Cut's main proponent was the band's bass player and songwriting frontman, Roger Waters, previously a chair of the youth branch of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament in Cambridge. "Two Suns in the Sunset" was his view on the world's end .

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