Beasts of England, Beasts of Ireland, Beasts of every land. First two lines of Beasts of england that the animals sing all the time.
Beasts of England is banned to prevent the animals to revolt against the pigs.
Napoleon bans "Beasts of England" because the song is about freedom and rebellion and so Napoleon does not want them to rebel
Beasts of England
The beasts at the other farms started singing Beasts of England after receiving word of rebellion from Napoleon and Snowball. Pilkington and Frederick began to fear that their animals would also rebel.
It describes to you how the animals are going to take over England.
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assuming this is in reference to the novel 'animal farm', the song that replaces the original anthem 'beasts of england' is 'comrade napoleon', composed by napoleon himself.
The main anthem is the "Beasts of England".
Beasts Of England
It is a song that represents the animals rebellion
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is a fictional book. It was written by J. K. Rowling.