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Pigs (Three Different Ones) (17:31)

"Pigs (Three Different Ones)" is a song from Pink Floyd's 1977 album Animals. In the album's three parts, "Dogs," "Pigs," and "Sheep," pigs represent the people whom Roger Waters considers to be at the top of the social ladder, the ones with wealth and power; they also manipulate the rest of society and encourage them to be viciously competitive and cutthroat, so the pigs can remain powerful. Waters suggests that the pigs manipulate the dogs in… read more

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Big man, pig man, ha ha, charade you are, oh
You well heeled big wheel, ha ha, charade you are
And when your hand is on your heart
You're nearly a good laugh

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  • Big man, pig man, HA HAA, charade you aaare [2]
  • I'm sure they read George Orwell's novella, "Animal Farm" | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Animal_Farm
  • Brilliant lyrics and bass playing by Waters and terrific music by the rest of the band. Really one of their better songs.
  • pig man, ha ha charade you are And when your hand is on your heart You're nearly a good laugh
  • Oink Floyd?
  • Great bass on this. Also, that outro!
  • Hell yeah
  • WEEEWW
  • Would love to know who the first two pigs are!
  • Great classic album. Awesome song.

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