„My mother told me I said to her, at age three, 'I'm going to go to Italy and get my father in a tractor.' 'You've never seen quite so fierce a little boy as you were,' she told me. She tried to explain that I couldn't get my father in a tractor. Apparently I looked at her and narrowed my eyes and said 'In that case, I'm going in a double-decker bus,' and stomped off. Which is kind of funny, but it's very sad, as well.“
— Roger Waters English songwriter, bassist, and lyricist of Pink Floyd 1943
In an interview in Rolling Stones Magazine, September 30, 2010, talking about his father who was killed in WWII.