Roger Waters Covers Protest Anthem, Adds Lyrics Directed at Trump


Roger Waters has covered “The Right to Live in Peace,” updating the protest anthem with new lyrics that decry several world leaders, including President Donald Trump.

The Pink Floyd co-founder, who has been a harsh critic of Trump for years, posted his rendition of the song in a homemade music video on his Facebook page. In a message accompanying the track, Waters declared that his cover “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.”

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