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by Albert Hernandez

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Give a Pig a Break

by Michael Pride Young

Songs Lyrics


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Give a Pig a Break

By Michael Pride Young, Navy

Writing Type: Songs Lyrics

By Michael Pride Young
--Fond du Lac, WI

You call me a pig, you call me a hog,
You treat me worse than you do a dog.
You take my life, you eat my meat.
The day will come
No more chops, no more ham.
Give a pig a break, don't eat that steak.
Eat no more swine, let the pig be fine.
You call me a pig, you call me a hog,
Don't build no pigpen for me.
Leave my meat alone.
Eatin' me is wrong, I sing a song,
You say I grunt but you ain't perfect either.
Go to your hog pen, listen to them pigs sing,
You may hear a hit.
Eat no more swine, let the pig be fine.

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