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Martin Garrix - Animals Lyrics

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ArtistMartin Garrix
AlbumGold Skies (EP) [2014], Track 2
100 Dance 2014 [2014]
album from the compilation series 100 Dance 2014, Track 1 Disc 3
Le Son Dancefloor 2014 Vol. 1 [2014]
album from the compilation series Fun Radio, Track 3
NRJ Music Awards 15th Edition [2013]
album from the tv show NRJ Music Awards [2000], Track 16
H1ts 2014 [2013]
album from the compilation series H1ts [2002], Track 6
NRJ Hit List 2013 Volume 2 [2013]
album from the compilation series NRJ Hit List [2009], Track 18
W9 Hits 2014 [2013]
album from the compilation series W9 Hits [2011], Track 2 Disc 2
Tubes Rentrée 2013 [2013]
album from the compilation series Tubes Rentrée, Track 2
Hardwell Presents: Revealed Volume 4 [2013]
album from the compilation series Various Artists, Track 11
Rank1,758 (+3,442) history »
ChartsRanked at #111 in France view all »
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Song lyrics
We're the fuckin' animals

We're the fuckin' animals
submitted by Aisha on July 13th, 2013
corrected by MCSMeister on March 13th, 2015

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0 likes - like | 18-01-2015 16:37 Olivia_Ka 
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I guess this track deserves an explanation. Martijn Garritsen (his real name) is only listed as the composer of the song, not the main performer. The composer, OK, but why didn't he have in mind that it should have been performed by a string orchestra first, instead of a badass dancefloor track? Maybe because as a younger person than me, 'cause he's turning 18 years old this year (he was born in 1997), well, he thought that being played on the dancefloor would sound better than a modern-classical track.

As for the lyrics, short of course... I understood the male shout as
“ Police! Hands on the wall! ”

With the beginning of "police" barely heard. Not as
“ We're the animals! ”

There is no F word, or has it been removed in radio versions?
And a female shout soon after... All I know is that the phrase "Police! Hands on the wall!" is pronounced by police officers, addressing to prostitutes in Washington (the American capital, not the state). There are no effing animals, only hands on the wall. So, according to me, the animals might be the prostitutes arrested by the police!