The Revenge of the Farm Animals





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Uploaded on Aug 5, 2011


Everyday we toil and ache,
And what is ours he robs he takes
And if the man pines for a roast
Then say goodbye and watch him go (Because you're toast)

And we cried
"The way things are around here must be changed"
And we screamed
"He must leave and then we'll have our peace."

Sometimes when he calls and says,
"Here, little laddie."
We know the poor fellow's gone for good.

So we rallied up all the hens we knew,
Cows, and pigs, and ducks, too.
"Listen now for we must plan
A way to rid us of the Man."

And we cried
"No we'll never stand for this injustice."
And we screamed
"We'll never be the dinner of man."

A feeling of uneasiness begins to settle all around
We hold our breath for the day has come

So everyone marched ferociously
Hoof to hoof, wing to wing
And while the man screamed and plead
With one swift stroke, off with his head, off went his head.

And we cried
"From this day forth we shall be at ease."
And we screamed
"From this day forth we shall be free."

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