So Long Frank Lloyd Wright(Simon and Garfunkel) Easter Egg - Paul Gets Tired

At the end of the song while Art is repeating "so long, so long, so long", Paul can be heard in the background saying "So long already, Artie!"

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Contributed By: jeek on 01-26-2000
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don_quixote writes:
No, that's not right! He says "So long already Artie!", because by the time they recorded that song, a breakup was inevitable. Paul doesn't say that line maliciously, they were (and are) fast friends, although their professional relationship was breaking down. Actually, the song is all about Art Garfunkel (he studied architecture before the duo became famous).
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maggie mae writes:
That's true- in fact many songs on "Bridge Over Troubled Water" are supposedly referring to their breakup. Examples are: "Only Living Boy in New York", "Why Don't You Write Me?", and of course "So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright."
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wow! That's exactly what he said!
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