"Meridian Leeward" as written by and Todd Harry Rundgren....
I'm a human being now but I used to be a pig
'Til they shortened up my nose
and they made me wear a wig
I'm afraid the things on piggy farm
will never be the same
Since they picked me for this job
and they stuck me with a name
It's a name, it's name,
who ever heard of a pig with a name like

Meridian Leeward - that's my name
I fly around the sky in a big jet plane
I'm a flash ace pilot, got my name on the wing
I hang around with people
and they don't suspect a thing
You look like a person but you know you're a pig

I'm not afraid of dying
from some mad man's gun or knife
When I was still a piggy, dying was a way of life
I'm not a piggy anymore and I don't share that dread
The other day for breakfast I ate half of Uncle Fred
I wonder who ate the other half of Fred?

I think I'd rather be a cop
I think that's what I'd like to be
I'd show you people a thing or two
If a man in blue starts beating on you
Look out 'cause it might be me
You look like a cop but you know you're a pig



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"Meridian Leeward" as written by Todd Harry Rundgren

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