All pigs must die
This ain't August '69
All pigs must die
Seven on seven, sieg heil sublime

Their trotters are in the mud
They're better off with the Son of God
They had no idea
Not even close, not even near

All pigs must die
This ain't August '69
All pigs must die
Seven on seven, sieg heil sublime

All pigs must die
This is August '99
All pigs must die
Their stolen riches are really mine

Cover their faces in blood
They're better off with the Son of God

All pigs must die
This is August '99
All pigs must die
The law of the claw will make them mine


All pigs must die
That was August '99
All pigs must die
Their stolen riches are truly mine



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    General Comment:In 1991, World Serpent Distribution, a cd label, was formed by David Gibson, Alan Trench and Alison Webster with the help of Douglas Pearce (Death In June's main man), and Death In June was signed on. However, World Serpent wasn't giving its bands their agreed share of their album sales, and this eventually caught up with them. In the late 90s, Death In June broke off from World Serpent, and many of World Serpent's bands followed suite. This entire album is pretty much a hate letter against World Serpent, with the pigs in the album being World Serpent, and especially the "three pigs" talked about in the album being the three founders of World Serpent.
    4d5e6fon March 05, 2008   Link
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    General Comment:With that interpretation, this song makes sense. Even though...I don't listen to it.

    I just have one question - what pray tell does August '69 have to do with any of it?
    Pippin the Mercuryon October 28, 2008   Link
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    General Comment:"This ain't August '69" can only be a reference to the Tate-LaBianca murders that happened in August 1969, "Pig" "Piggies" etc. were written on the walls in blood.
    hexcrasson March 28, 2012   Link

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