The Song Of The Grateful Duck

Album: Animal Farm (1999)
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  • Alternatively "Song Of The Grateful Duck," this uptempo, mostly unintelligible number from the 1999 film version of the classic 1945 satire Animal Farm (with soundtrack by Richard Harvey) includes a recitation of: "Four legs good, two legs better" - a total inversion of the ideals of the farm from when the animals expelled the farmer. Its performance is credited to Nicole Tibbels/Hannah King/Charlotte Murton-Laight/Budapest Radio Choir. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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