"Where The Pigs Don't Fly" as written by Brett Anderson and Bernard Butler....





Out in the sticks out in the stickiness

They're chasing round in stolen ice cream vans

They're sparking up with someone oh

They're covering their jumpers in roses oh



Where the pigs don't fly oh...



Out over there out in the sticky wire fire

Your royal stickiness your highness

I've heard there's someone saying "I do"

And banging out an old piano tune



Where the pigs don't fly I do

Where the pigs don't fly, I do



I do





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"Where the Pigs Don't Fly" as written by Bernard Butler Brett Anderson

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    General Commenti think this is just one of them songs that got written on drugs but the riffs were really good so they stuck it on the album lol. i am glad they did, i love it.
    ukguyon April 26, 2007   Link
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    General CommentPigs flying is an English expression meaning something's impossible. "Where the pigs don't fly I DO", I think Brett's saying he's doing the impossible, or having some kind of fantasy (possibly drug related detachment from reality). Beautiful song all the same.
    chicken1on April 17, 2008   Link
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    General CommentA beautiful, wafting song. Close your eyes and listen - its the musical equivalent of a serene, drug-induced haze..
    kexpseattleon January 15, 2015   Link
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    My InterpretationI agree with chicken1 about Brett meaning he's doing something others think is impossible. He may be meaning that no one believed that he could form a band and become famous.
    lhoggyon May 25, 2015   Link

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