"Sisters, O Sisters" as written by and Yoko Ono....
We lost our green land
We lost our clean air
We lost our true wisdom
And we live in despair

Sisters, O sisters
Lets stand up right now
It's never too late
To start from the start

Wisdom, O wisdom
That's what we ask for
And yes, my dear sisters
We must learn to ask

Wisdom, O wisdom
That's what we ask for
That's what we live for now

Wisdom, O wisdom
That's what we ask for
That's what we live for now

Sisters, O sisters
Let's wake up right on
It's never too late
To shout from our hearts

Freedom, O freedom
That's what we fight for
And yes, my dear sisters
We must learn to fight

Freedom, O freedom
That's what we ask for
That's what we live for now

Freedom, O freedom
That's what we ask for
That's what we live for now

Sisters, O sisters
Let's give up no more
It's never too late
To build a new world

New world, O New world
That's what we live for
And yes, my dear sisters
We must learn to live

New world, O New world
That's what we live for
That's what we must now learn to build

New world, O New world
That's what we live for
That's what we must now learn to build

New world, O New world
That's what we live for
That's what we must now learn to build

New world, O New world
That's what we live for
That's what we must learn to build


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"Sisters, O Sisters" as written by Yoko Ono

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    General CommentThis is not by John Lennon. It was Yoko Ono doing vocals and keyboard this should be listed as Yoko Ono
    rooze1992on September 13, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI love how John Lennon and Yoko Ono promoted peace and equality for women and didn't care what people thought of their relationship or the negative media. Darn I wish John Lennon was still alive, we would have heard collaborations, beatles' reunions and more. He was a genius and is really missed.
    GrungyBeatleon July 02, 2010   Link

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