Lyrics: Pig Food

all my thoughts are dead
sunk in the ocean of my head
they kept on crashing
they kept on talking
i can’t remember
much of anything
been eating the pig food
we’re sick to the core
i’m under the influence
i’m under control
my body like coffin
inside, a few dead man’s bones


Thanks Chris Gillis for deciphering these tricky lyrics.

Ps, does anyone know the lyrics at the end?


9 Responses to Lyrics: Pig Food

  1. André Oliveira Brazil says:

    Hey, thanks for the lyrics ’cause that is really tricky. Thanks for the site, is awesome as the band is.

  2. Rafael Mattos Brazil says:

    i really like to know what he says at the end… seems so cool!

  3. evan says:

    Hey! Great great site for a fantastic band.

    I think the lyrics are “I don’t remember anything” not “I can’t remember anything” — it sounds too soft to be a “c”

    also, my idea for the closing line:
    inside, free dead man’s clothes
    there’s definitely an “f” sound after “inside.” it could easily be “inside few dead man’s…”

    clothes makes sense, but i have no idea what he’s saying from listening!!

  4. Anna says:

    It sounds more like “inside, a few dead men’s corpses” to me, but I may be wrong.

  5. Timothy says:

    I think the last lines of the song are my body like coffin….inside, a few dead man’s bones.

  6. glosoli says:

    The vocal vibrato at 3:40 kills me

  7. Upile says:

    The last line is definitely
    “inside a few dead man’s bones”
    When you turn it up you can hear the ‘b’ and ‘n’ sound :)

  8. unklee says:

    The lyric sheet has a few more words over to the side, after “dead man’s bones”, and I presume they are the words sung twice by the choir:

    “I am a resounding noise
    Loveless and lame”

  9. Mike says:

    I think the last line is “There’s nothing left” or “I’m nothing else” or something with “nothing

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