We're All Water

Yoko Ono

There may not be much diff'rence
Between Chairman Mao and Richard Nixon
If we strip them naked

There may not be much diff'rence
Between Marylin Monroe and Lenny Bruce
If we check their coffins

There may not be much diff'rence
Between white house and hall of people
If we count their windows

There may not be much diff'rence
Between Raquel Welch and Jerry Rubin
If we hear their heartbeat

We're all water from diff'rent rivers
That's why it's so easy to meet
We're all water in this vast, vast ocean
Some day we'll evaporate together

There may not be much diff'rence
Between Eldridge Cleaver and the queen of England
If we bottle their tears

There may not be much diff'rence
Between Manson and the Pope
If we press their smile

There may not be much diff'rence
Between Rockefeller and you
If we hear you sing

There may not be much diff'rence
Between you and me
If we show our dreams

We're all water from diff'rent rivers
That's why it's so easy to meet
We're all water in this vast, vast ocean
Some day we'll evaporate together

Hey!

What's the diff'rence?

What's the diff'rence?
What's the diff'rence?
What's, what's oh, what's?

There's no diff'rence!
There's no diff'rence!
What's the diff'rence?

What's the diff'rence?

Written by: Yoko Ono
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