The Wall Concert Identifications

Compiled and Maintained by Echoes
All statements occur just before 'Run Like Hell'

Los Angeles

February 7, 1980 Good evening. Do you like our pig? This next song is a little song for all you paranoics in the audience. I'm sure there's a lot of you out there; it's called 'Run Like Hell.' Piggy go home!

February 8, 1980 Thank you. This next song is a song for all you paranoids in the audience. I expect there's a few of you out there; it's called 'Run Like Hell.' Piggy home! Do you like our pig? This is it...ugh...ooh!

February 9, 1980 Do you like our pig? Go on, off you go. This next tune is...one for the paranoids in the audience; I'm sure there's a few out there. It's called 'Run Like Hell.'

February 10, 1980 Thank you. Do you like my swine? He doesn't like you very much. This next tune is for all the paranoids in the audience; I expect there's quite a few. It's called 'Run Like Hell.' Swine home, go, ooh, disco...um...um

February 11, 1980 (from ITAOT) Thank you. Are there any paranoids in the audience tonight? Is there anybody who worries about things? Pathetic. This is for all the weak people in the audience. Is there anyone here who's weak? This is for you. It's call 'Run Like Hell'. Let's all have a clap! Come on, I can't hear you! Put your hands together! Have a good time! Enjoy yourselves! That's better!

February 12, 1980 Thank you. Does anybody here like my pig? He'll be glad about that, because he's not a very secure pig. A pig that's not secure. This next song is for the piggy who's not very secure, and for all his fellow paranoids in the audience tonight, it's called 'Run Like Hell.'

February 13, 1980 Thank you. You like our pig? He's not a very good pig, but he's a BIG pig. We're gonna play a tune for you now that I'd like to dedicate to all the paranoids in the audience, of which I'm sure there are many - let's hear it for all the paranoids - called 'Run Like Fuck.' Home piggy home!

Nassau Coliseum

February 24, 1980 Do you like my piggy? He's not too keen on some of you. This next tune is dedicated to all the paranoids in the audience. I'm sure there are a few of you out there, and it's called 'Run Like Hell.' Piggy home...ooh...ooh

February 25, 1980 (from an edited tape) ...it's called 'Run Like Fuck.' Home piggy...bye piggy...(guitar starts) ooh...ooh...disco.

February 26, 1980 Thank you. Do you like our pig? We like him; he hasn't got a lot of class but there's a lot of him. This next song is for all the paranoids in the audience, and it's called Run Like Hell. Home piggy, go home, raus (in German accent) get out -schnell!

February 27, 1980 Thank you. Do you like our pig? He's not a very nice pig, but he's a BIG pig! There's more to our pig than meets the eye. So home pig, go on, fuck off! Puffed up, overblown, pork-eyed garlic fat thing, go on, go. This tune I'd like to dedicate to all the paranoid folk in the audience tonight, of whom I'm sure there are many. It's called 'Run Like Hell.'

February 28, 1980 Do you like our pig? What?! He's not a very nice pig, but he's a BIG pig. This song is a song for all the paranoids in the audience; it's called 'Run Like Hell.' Home piggy, home.

Earl's Court

August 4, 1980 This next tune is one for all the paranoids in the audience. It's called 'Run Like Hell.' It's quite complicated, so you'll have to listen carefully. (guitar starts) Home piggy!

August 5, 1980 Thank you. Do you like our pig? We don't like him very much. Right, that's enough fun; home piggy. This next one is for all you disco fans - got a nice bouncy beat - it's called 'Run Like Hell.'

August 6, 1980 Do you like our pig? I don't like him. Home piggy, home piggy. This is for all the pig lovers in the audience; and for all the discos, disco freaks; and for all the paranoids and psychopaths; it's called 'Run Like Fuck!'

August 7, 1980 Do you like our pig? Seems to be back in tune. We're going to play something for all you disco fans, something you can all clap your hands to. Home piggy home. Here we go, together we can conquer the world. It's for all you paranoids and psychopaths here tonight. It's called 'Run Like Hell.'

August 8, 1980 You get that pig out of here! Have you all seen enough of the pig? Home piggy, go on. Gonna do a song in a minute for all the disco freaks in the audience; also for all the paranoids and psychopaths; also for Alan Jones of the Melody Maker - you stupid shit - winner of the small brain contest 1980. It's called 'Run Like Fuck.'

August 9, 1980 You'd better have the pig. He's a horrible little pig, but he's gotta be eaten. Here's something for all the paranoids in the audience - called 'Run Like Hell,' 'Run Like Hell,' 'Run Like Hell.'

Dortmund

February 13, 1981 Thank you very much. Are you having a good time? Do you like our pig? Yeah, we like him. Go away pig, we've seen enough of you. We're gonna play a song soon for all the clappers in the audience; now you can all have a jolly good clap to this one, and it's called 'Run Like Hell.'

February 14, 1981 You leave our pig alone. (German accent) We have ways of making you clap and this is one of them - called 'Run Like Hell.'

February 15, 1981 Thank you very much. Yeah, wow, wow, get down. Do you like our pig? Home piggy. This next tune is one to clap your hands to, and it's called 'Run Like Hell.'

February 16, 1981 Thank you very much. Welcome to the Westfalenhalle. Do you like our pig? Oh God it's big; he's going...going away, bye bye piggy. We usually have a song sheet for this next one so you can sing along, but unfortunately the mechanism has broken tonight, so only the ones in the audience who know the words will be able to join in; the rest can clap. It's called 'Run Like Hell.' Wait for it...wait for it...wait for it...

February 17, 1981 Thank you. Do you like our pig? Oi! Leave him alone. Now you shouldn't have waved at him, it excites him. Home piggy. All right, all right, wait for it, we ain't started yet. I see you knew when a clapping number comes, and this ones for all the androids in the audience, cause there must be quite a few of you out there tonight. It's called 'Run Like Hell.' You can all have a jolly good clap.

February 18, 1981 Thank you, thank you. Do you like our pig? He doesn't seem to like you very much. Come on, piss off pig. We're not very keen on animals...the only good animal is a dead animal. In a minute we're going to play a number for all you asteroids in the audience. It's called 'Run Like Hell,' and we can all clap our hands - it's gonna be fun.

February 19, 1981 Thank you. Please don't try and touch the pig. He's dangerous to some. Do you like our pig? Right, that's enough of piggy. This next song is to fathom out all the hecklers, not that there seems to be many here this evening. It's called 'Run Like Hell.' You can all clap along, as soon as Dave is ready; we can all have a damn good clap. Wow, get down, disco, wow, clap, clap.

February 20, 1981 Thank you, thank you very much, you're too kind. Do you like our pig? He doesn't seem to like some of you very much, but he's a funny pig. You know he's funny that way. He likes some people and he doesn't like others. Home piggy. This is a little disco tune we can all clap our hands to and whistle. Hey, it's a fun time, any day now, it's called 'Run Like Hell' and let's enjoy ourselves; get down, mmmm.

Earl's Court

June 13, 1981 Good evening. Do you like our pig? Home piggy. This next tune is for all the paranoids in the audience; I'm sure there are many. It's called 'Run Like Hell.' You can all clap you hands to this one. (German accent) Zis is a disco number, jah that's right. Together we can take over the world.

June 14, 1981 Thank you very much. I wish I could say we're sorry for the delay, but we're not that sort of a group. Go home piggy. Do you like our pig? This next tune is one you can all clap your hands to (drowned out by guitar)...is for you and it's called 'Run Like Hell.'

June 15, 1981 Thank you very much. Do you like our pig? He obviously doesn't like some one out there, so in an audience this size there are bound to be a few outsiders. Are there any paranoids in the audience tonight? Is there anyone who worries about things? Pathetic! If we spend too much time worrying about things we won't get on. Together we can rule Earl's Court. Anyway, for those of you undiscovered here, this one's called Run Like Hell; this one we can all clap our hands to. Not yet, wait for it...(start ranting on)

June 16, 1981 Thank you all very much. This next song's for all the whistlers in the audience. Are there any whistlers in the audience? Let's all have a fucking good whistle. Christ, I must learn to do that, it sounds such fun. This is called 'Run Like Hell.' I'd like to see you all getting your hands together and having a good time. Mmmm, disco! Get down!

June 17, 1981 Thank you, welcome. Are you gonna have a good time? Does anyone here like pigs? This one is for all you weak people in the audience. Is there anyone here who's weak? This is for you; it's called Run Like Hell. Let's all have a clap.

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