"Outside the Wall" is a song by the British progressive rock band Pink Floyd. It was released on The Wall album in 1979. It was written by Roger Waters.
This song is meant as a dénouement to the album and reveals the moral or central point of the story. The story ends with "The Trial", therefore not telling what actually happened to Pink after the wall was torn down.
All alone, or in twos
The ones who really love you
Walk up and down outside the wall
Some hand in hand
Some gathering together in bands
The bleeding hearts and the artists
Make their stand
And when they've given you their all
Some stagger and fall after all it's not easy
banging your heart against some mad buggers