Roger Waters Shares Protest Song Directed at Donald Trump and Other World Leaders

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Roger Waters is still mad as hell, and he's not going to take it anymore. The former Pink Floyd frontman has released a cover of Victor Jara's "The Right to Live in Peace," reworking some of the lyrics to take shots at world leaders, including Donald Trump.

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"A note from Roger and Victor Jara," Waters shared on his Facebook page. "This is for the people of Santiago and Quito and Jaffa and Rio and La Paz and New York and Baghdad and Budapest and everywhere else the man means us harm." Waters also provides his updated lyrics to the tune, including this passage:

"So beware Bolsonaro,
Giuido and Modi and Trump
The Cassarolazo is louder than all of your
guns It’s the beating heart.of the people
And the message is perfectly plain
Our mother earth is just not for sale."

Listen to the song below.

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