Wish you were here

"Wish You Were Here" by Pink Floyd is performed in the key of G major. Released in 1975 as the title track of their ninth studio album, "Wish You Were Here," the song serves as a poignant reflection on absence, longing, and the music industry's pitfalls. It was written by Pink Floyd members Roger Waters and David Gilmour. Notably, the song features an iconic guitar solo performed by Gilmour, which is often considered one of the greatest guitar solos in rock music history. The lyrics express feelings of alienation and disillusionment, themes that resonate deeply with many listeners. As with much of Pink Floyd's work, "Wish You Were Here" is characterized by its atmospheric soundscapes, intricate instrumentation, and emotional depth, making it a timeless classic in the realm of progressive rock.